«The uniqueness and personality of each Bösendorfer piano enhances the enjoyment of making music and makes the moments on stage truly special."
The Bulgarian pianist Simeon Goshev attracted a lot of attention especially for his interpretations of works of the Viennese Classicism as well as the different styles of the 20th century. The young pianist has already won several prizes in national and international competitions: In 2019 he won first prize at the Bösendorfer Competition in Vienna and second prize at the Pantcho Vladigerov Competition in Shumen, Bulgaria, as well as two prizes at the Leoš Janáček Competition in Brno, Czech Republic, in 2017. Concert invitations have already taken Simeon Goshev to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Munich, Burghausen, Vienna and Salzburg. Upcoming highlights of his pianistic career will include concerts at the Wiener Musikverein and the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa. After Simen Goshev's regular appearances on Bulgarian National Radio and Television as well as on Bavarian Radio, his first debut CD with works by the Bulgarian composer Yordan Goshev will soon be released.
He lives and works mainly in Vienna, where he also performs regularly as a soloist and in chamber music formations. Simeon Goshev completed his Bachelor and Master's degree with distinction at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in the classes of Prof. Stefan Vladar, Oleg Maisenberg and the renowned pianist Lilya Zilberstein, with whom he continues to work. Simeon Goshev perfected his piano playing in various master classes with Michel Beroff, Arie Vardi, Boris Berman, Klaus Helwig and Pascal Devoyon, among others. He also completed an Erasmus year with Prof. Alan Weiss in Belgium. At the National Music Academy in Sofia he is currently completing a doctoral program with Borislava Taneva.
Since 2019 Simeon Goshev has been a Bösendorfer-Artist.