How long have you been involved in music and how did you decide to start?
From 5 years of age. My parents are musicians. My mother put the piano and the violin in front of me and I chose the violin.
Which song do you remember most vividly from your childhood?
During my school years, I was a crazy Abba fan. And from an earlier age - Sweet-singing lark.
Who are the artists you have listened to and played the most?
I grew up with the concerts of Mincho Minchev, Perman, Anne Sophie Mutter, Oistrakh, Kogan.
In which musical style are you most advanced?
What does music give you?
Everything! Light. Joy.
Why did you decide to start teaching music?
That's what I learned - as a teacher and as an orchestrator. Because it is a challenge and because you see the result of your work more clearly. A child, playing thanks to you, the joy is very great.
What is the most important thing to learn in music?
Learn the different styles and interpret them correctly.
What is your most valuable teaching skill?
What is RockSchool for you?
A place where I realized that classical music is not dead yet and that there are still people who want to play.
Which music is valuable to you?
There is no unworthy music, in my opinion.
What's the most extravagant thing you've heard lately?
A concert by Anne Sophie Mutter.
Do you have a dream related to music?
I really like Vivaldi's seasons in a chamber orchestra. Mahler with a symphony orchestra or Wagner opera. I play a lot in general.