While a student in Sofia's State Conservatory (where he was later a teacher) he won the 1982 National Composition Competition, and was awarded 3rd prizes in the XXXIII Concorso Busoni and the X Queen Elisabeth competition. After finishing his studies he began an international concert career.
In 1991 Vodenitcharov settled in Belgium. He is a teacher at Brussels' Koninklijk Conservatorium.
In addition to classical works, he has released two albums with Belgian saxophone player Steve Houben that mix classical music and jazz: Les Valses (2003 on the Mogno label) and Darker Scales (2011 on Igloo Records).
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