• Soirée parisienne, piano duo concert

    Dora Deliyska and Luca Monti play a piano duo programe dedicated to french composers

    Sun, Nov 16, 2014 19:00
    Klassik im Bülach
  • Dora Deliyska and Luca Monti

    Carmen Fantasy and Saint Saens "Danse Macabre" for 2 pianos.

    Mon, Feb 16, 2015 12:00
    Musikverein Vienna
    private event
  • Dora Deliyska at the Qatar National Convention Centre

    As an official Bösendorfer artist, Dora will be presenting a very special Bösendorfer edition: the one and only Opus 50.000 at the Doha Jewelry exhibition.

    Wed, Feb 25, 2015
  • Dora Deliyska and Karl Markovics

    Karl Markovics will be reading from E.T.A. Hoffmanns book "The Life and Opinions of the Tomcat Murr" and Dora Deliyska will be playing Kreisleriana by R. Schumann

    Sun, Mar 22, 2015 20:00
    Musikverein Vienna
  • Liszt Festival, Raiding

    "MaraTöne" is the name of the Piano Cycle IV at the famous Liszt Festival in Austria. Dora will be playing a program with opera transcriptions by Franz Liszt, sharing the evening with Clara Frühstück und Shani Diluka.

    Sat, Jun 20, 2015 18:30
    Franz Liszt Concert hall in Raiding


"The B-A-C-H" project

Fri, Sep 25, 2015
Dora has been developing the "B-A-C-H" project for the last couple of years, paralel to her many other activities. The idea started back in 2010 when she wrote her thesis…

Music school

Sat, Feb 28, 2015
Despite her busy scedule as a concert pianist, Dora is also investing time in teaching children. She recentlybecame an artistic director of the Music School Klangspiele in Vienna, Austria.

Viva la Opera

Sat, Feb 14, 2015
"Viva la Opera" is the name of Dora Deliyska's new project, devoted to Opera Paraphrases by Franz Liszt. A nineteenth century virtuoso pianist and composer, Liszt was considered to be…

About Dora

  • ‘Here, a true musician is playing, one who endeavours to penetrate to the depths of the works… Her interpretations contain strong emotions, but the pianist does not simply unload them, but takes the listener by the hand, so to speak, and leads him with her through her circumspect performance full of wonderful tone culture, subtle nuances and consistent straightforwardness into the depths of Schubert’s music. So, her interpretations emanate an inner calm that becomes a lasting experience in the very case of Schubert’

    Guy Wagner, classical music critic at ICMA