A versatile pianist with an affinity for modern and contemporary music, Elina Christova has been lauded by critics for her "deeply considered interpretations," "facile pianism" and "sure musical instincts." An active performer, she has appeared at Carnegie and Alice Tully Halls in NYC, Ignacio Cervantes Hall in Havana, the Summit Music Festival and Institute at Manhattanville College, the WPTA Conference in Serbia, and the Steinway Gallery and Klein Auditorium in CT among other venues.
Elina has taught at Sacred Heart University, was guest lecturer at Warsaw University and currently maintains a busy piano studio in Norwalk providing expert instruction to students of all ages and levels.
From J. S. Bach's Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue to Philip Glass etudes. Highlights include Scriabin's complete published piano works and Messiaen's Études de rythme. MORE
Classical, romantic and contemporary concerto repertoire from J.S. Bach, Mozart and Beethoven to John Ireland, Scriabin and Stravinsky. MORE
The complete Beethoven violin sonatas, Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, as well as the violin sonatas of Lekeu, Corigliano and Bulgarian jazz pianist Milcho Leviev. MORE