Classical, Experimental, Contemporary, Electro-acoustic, New Age, Rock, Metal
Described by the music critics as "exceptional, entrancing, fun!" (Harry Rolnick, ConcertoNet.com), "a fully formed and fearsomely talented pianist" (Steve Holtje, CultureCatch.com) and "bold, dynamic, magnificent" (Harris Goldsmith, NY Concert Review"), "Bulgarian-born piano dynamo" (Steve Smith, Time Out NY) Tania Stavreva "has taken solo piano to rare heights" (Classicalite News). She is "a unique pianist, combining genuine quality with a refreshing approach to programing." (Bachtrack.com UK), "extraordinary, intoxicating, superb" (Performing Arts Review), "a sensuous, dramatically aware keyboardist, fascinating to watch, in her finger work, as well as to hear." (John Osburn, Osburnt.com) and "one of a new breed of self-sufficient young classical musicians... hands of great skill and power, electric flair and colorful musicality" (Jon Sobel, BlogCritics.com). She is recognized as one of the most versatile young artists of her generation, renowned internationally for having “some of the most precise fingering of any of the twenty-something generation of pianists, bar none” (Mark Greenfest, SoundWordSight Arts Magazine), for her "fiery pianism" (The Arts Desk), "unique contemporary style" (AXS), "superior technical abilities", "unlimited virtuosity", "personal sensitivity difficult to find elsewhere", and "huge dynamic range" combined with "demanding and diversified programs”. Her "masterfully delivered" (San Francisco Chronicle) performance of the "White Lies for Lomax" (Winner of the 3rd Van Cliburn American Composers International Competition) by Mason Bates, released on Innova Recordings “is a stunning display of intricate blues playing and a highlight of the recording” (Karl Ackermann, All About Jazz CD Review), where Ms. Stavreva is among artists such as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Her "edgy and knockout" (The Huffington Post) solo album Rhythmic Movement released on January 7th, 2017 on Tania Stavreva Music LLC, reached immediately BILLBOARD Classical Top 10 (at #8) and it is the winner of the Clouzine International Music Awards 2017 in Best Classical Album, the winner of 3 Global Music Awards for Outstanding Achievement (for emerging artist, album, classical) and the winner of 4 Radio Music Awards 2017, Indie Music Channel (for Best Classical Record, Best Classical Female Artist, Best Classical Song and Best Classical Duo, with Living Colour drummer Will Calhoun on drums).
Tania Stavreva has performed at top venues such as Carnegie Hall's main stage Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Grammy Museum Theater to name a few. She is very versatile and she has opened for Amanda Palmer from the Dresden Dolls at Webster Hall (NY) and the Paradise Rock Club (Boston), performed body painted at Galapagos Art Space, collaborated with Dave Lombardo (Slayer), Will Calhoun (Living Colour), electronica artist Jon Ososki (Filter Label) and did her acting debut on off-off Broadway in Shakespeare's The Tempest. More about Tania Stavreva: http://www.TaniaStavreva.com