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The young and extremely talented professor of piano Dimcho Velichkov delighted the audience at the Ohrid Summer Festival. With great technical ease and high professionalism he presented the works from the concert program – Rachmaninov, Skryabin, Liszt, Mussorgsky, Vladigerov. The enthusiastic audience applauded the young pianist for a long time.

Press News
Ohrid Summer Festival – 18 August 2019


   The big final of the third festival „Poland welcomes the future of Bulgarian art“ was the piano of the extremely talented pianist Dimcho Velichkov. The admired audience has long applauded his performances. Prolonged „Bravo“ was not enough for the final of the concert.
    The audience asked the artist for Biss.

Press Information,
Bulgarian Cultural Institute – Warsaw, 31 May 2019


    „Our Musicians Obey Creative Peaks“
   Young, talented, dedicated 100% of classical music Dimcho Velichkov will record in his biography the conquest of another creative peak because the works of Rachmaninov are in the repertoire of the greatest musicians. For one of his brightest piano pieces – Rhapsody on a Paganini theme, Rahmaninov chooses the 24th whims of solo violin by Italian virtuoso Nicolo Paganini. Established in the distant 1934, Rhapsody became extremely popular and entered the repertoire of the great pianists, but it does not sound often on the Pleven scene. But here she met with the pianist Dimcho Velichkov, a 31-year-old musician with a rich professional biography who has many awards from national and international competitions, festivals in Bulgaria and abroad, concerts in the country, Italy, France, Austria, Russia, Canada, the Republic of Korea, Slovakia. During his debut performance in Pleven, he impressed the audience with his enviable technical capabilities, the rich sound palette characteristic of Rahmaninov’s style and the courage to recreate this work.”

Augustina Serafimova – „Posoki“ newspaper
Pleven, March 8 2019


    Congratulations to the exceptional concert of the distinguished Bulgarian pianist Dimcho Velichkov at the international festival Skopje summer.

Panda Zografska – Belinchanec
Skopje – Skopje, July 12 2018


    On 25 May, the hall of the Bratislava Cultural Institute in Bratislava was overcrowded by connoisseurs of musical art at the closing event, which ended the series of events celebrated on 24 May – the Day of Bulgarian Education, Culture and Slavonic Literature. The guest was the young and extremely talented pianist Dimcho Velichkov.
    His performance was distinguished by masterly precision, perfect technique, Slavonic dramaticness and expressiveness, with which the Bulgarian and Russian composers Stoyanov, Vladigerov, Skryabin and Musorgsky were offered significant works. The event was attended by many music specialists, who presented their admirations to the young Bulgarian performer.

Press Center BCI,
Bratislava, Slovakia, May 2017


    Among the participants – open 47 International Festival „Sofia Music Weeks“ is a recital of Dimcho Velichkov on June 17 in Hall 9 of the National Palace of Culture. Pianist presented an extremely difficult program. From the very first etude  op.2, №1 of Al.  Scrjabin he impressed us with a   very strong and convincing  performance .
    Dimcho Velichkov has  no technical problems with the intricate texture of the writings not only with  Scrjabin, but Liszt, Mussorgsky, Alexander Vladigerov and Vesselin Stoyanov included in the program.
    In the emblematic work of Mussorgsky „Pictures at an Exhibition“ Dimcho Velichkov  “painted” each of the pictures with the brightest and finest nuances of sound palette.

Nevena Koralova
June 2016


    Dimcho Velichkov represents a new generation pianists. His technique as a musician does not end in itself but  it is also a basic device for the construction of musical-shaped architecture, visual suggestions and philosophical adjustments  of the composers.

    In the Ballade № 2 by Chopin and in “Nocturne” № 2 his left hand seems to cover with sheer all the images that were born from the music and strengthens  the romantic character of the compositions.

    Velichkov is able to achieve harmonious expressiveness with the music of Alexander Skrjabin and his Etudes (№ 1, № 3, № 7, № 12). Here we also see complexity of images, abstract structures, but again directed towards their harmonic implication within the whole stream of music.

    Variations of the song by Krasimir Kurkchijski  “ Polegnala e Tudora” sounded with the authentic Bulgarian melodic expression. In the ritual dream of the protagonist the melody moves in other dimensions with the death and resurrection of one Orpheus formula.

    The piano cycle “Pictures at the Exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky has also its own magic. Probably it was modified and occurred during the period when Mussorgsky participated in the study circle “ The Great Five” in the XX century in Russia. The philosophical idea of the cycle was skillfully expressed  by Velichkov. The echo of the hall, this time, was transformed in suitable resonance space, which strengthened the impression and the influence of the musical images depicted in the author’s philosophical point of view about the powerful birth of the matter. And all that is achieved with impressive skills by the pianist Dimcho Velichkov.

Donka Yotova
Stara Zagora, 2013


    Dimcho Velichkov is a real gift from Heaven. His delicate , flexible, fast and soft hands touch the keyboard with inimitable mastery, which is so huge that even the Angels enjoy it and it enchants us- the humans.

Sabina Veneranda,
Peskara Italy, 15.08.2012





    With the first sounds from the music from the genius masterpiece by Mussorgsky Dimcho Velichkov succeeds in involving the listeners into his magical space full of images and pictures by Hartman. For each play he finds his unique colour with the corresponding timbre and gradually leads to the culminations of all cycles.

    Dimcho Velichkov is able to feel the music and with his  performance he carries to the listener different images from the play. His sound is full of vividness and timbre. The Bulgarian pianist sensitively listens to the intonation of the musical aspects of the tissue. His pianistic equipment gives him the opportunity to perform with an easiness plays from every composer with no matter of the level of the difficulty. Moreover one of the most important advantage is the ability to understand and perform clearly the musical teks, which is a sign of a good learner. We must add that the big temperament  on the stage which is valid nowadays the performer is focused and self-contamination.

Valeria Fedotova – “Musical Life”
issue 9 2013 Moscow