National Academy of Music (Bulgaria)
The Pancho Vladigerov National Academy of Music (Bulgarian: Национална музикална академия „Панчо Владигеров“, Natsionalna muzikalna akademia „Pancho Vladigerov“), also known under its former name, the Bulgarian State Conservatoire (Българска държавна консерватория, Balgarska darzhavna konservatoria), is a university of music in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
Founded in 1921 through a royal decree of Tsar Boris III, it is named after influential Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov (1899–1978). Two buildings house the academy. It offers 30 programmes divided into three faculties: the Faculty of Theory, Composition and Conducting, the Instrumental Faculty and the Vocal Faculty.
- Ghena Dimitrova
- Milen E. Ivanov
- Raina Kabaivanska
- Kiril Manolov
- Alexander Raichev
- Stefan Remenkov
- Alexander Yossifov
- Anna-Maria Ravnopolska-Dean
- Victor Chuchkov
- Official website (Bulgarian) (English)
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