As "Revolutionary" described DIE ZEIT the recent CD of Genova & Dimitrov «Amy Beach • Complete Works for Piano Duo" and DIE WELT am Sonntag raved about this "Box of Noblest Chocolates". BBC Music Magazine concluded its euphoric review about the world premiere recording with "A Must-Hear Album".

At the end of 1995, the two young musicians caused a matchless sensation by winning the four great international piano duo competitions in Munich (ARD), Miami (Dranoff), Tokyo, and in Caltanissetta (Bellini) within the following two years.

Since then, Genova & Dimitrov are one of the most internationally sought-after piano duos. They have been celebrated both, by audiences and the press alike, performing on the most important concert and festival stages on all continents. Under the direction of conductors like Charles Dutoit, Eiji Oue, Hannu Lintu, Stefan Blunier, John Carewe, the Duo has appeared with international leading orchestras and choirs.

Since 2009, the Artists have been appointed Heads of Piano Duo Studies at the Hanover University of Music, the same which they graduated from in the postgraduate class of Vladimir Krainev. They serve regularly as jurors of significant international competitions, give master classes worldwide, and appear in numerous international TV and Radio broadcasts.

Genova & Dimitrov look at an impressive discography - 17 CDs have been released by «cpo» and have been given constantly glowing reviews and awards by the international music media. Besides a number of world premiere recordings, also the Duo's recordings of 11 Concertos with orchestra caused true sensation.

In 2017, the Artists have been awarded the ECHO CLASSIC Prize, numerous albums of the Duo were nominated for the "German Record Critics Award" and for the OPUS CLASSIC Award. The world premiere recording of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Complete Works for Piano Duo reached immediately No.1 in the charts and was celebrated among others by the Frankfurter Allgemeine as "Easter for Four Hands" as well as crowned with the "Star of the Month" of FONO FORUM Magazine.
 

MARTIN SOLER RUIZ

Artists manager

 

martin@berlinklassikartistmanagement.com

+49-15732538324