Bulgarian-born pianist Nadejda Vlaeva used the piano at age 5. Her instructors included Anton Dikov, Jan Wijn, Ruth Laredo, and Lazar Berman. At 15, Vlaeva gained the silver medal on the International Liszt Competition in Lucca, and she continued to earn third prize on the International Liszt Competition in Budapest, and received the Yamaha Award to discover the best interpretation of Brahms on the Franz Liszt Competition in Weimar. She’s performed across European countries and THE UNITED STATES, and appeared being a concerto soloist using the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Capella Istropolitana in Slovakia, the Edinburgh Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra. An expert in Intimate piano music, Vlaeva provides documented functions by Franz Liszt, Frédéric Chopin, and Sergei Bortkiewicz, aswell as the next level of piano music by Dimiter Christoff on Concord. Lowell Liebermann constructed his Nocturne No. 9 and Variants of a style of Schubert on her behalf. She is located in NY, and has provided recitals at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall, Rose Hall at Lincoln Middle, as well as the Merkin Recital Hall. She’s documented for Hyperion, Concord, Music artists Display, and Gega.