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Eugenia Radoslava gave her first solo piano recital at the age of ten and her first performance with orchestra a year later. She studied piano at the Music High School and concert piano and music pedagogy at the Music Academy "Pancho Vladigerov" in Sofia in the class of Prof. A. Dikov. She finished her studies with gold medal and distinction and received the honorary scholarship "Pancho Vladigerov". She also studied concert piano with Prof. N. Flores and chamber music with Prof. A. Kouyoumdjian at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and music pedagogy at the Vienna Conservatory/Private University. At the master classes of Prof. V. Nosina, Prof.V. Gornostajewa, Prof. E. Tkach and Prof. O. Meisenberg she received valuable artistic impulses.

At the age of twelve she became a prize-winner at the international "Piano Competition for Young Virtuosos" in Czechoslovakia, at the Bulgarian National Music Competition as well as at the competitions "Svetoslav Obretenov" in Bulgaria, "Senigalia" in Italy and "Usti nad Labem" in the Czech Republic. She has also given numerous concerts as a soloist, chamber musician and with orchestra. Her CD recordings in the series "Piano-Piano" were among the ten best-selling classical CDs in Germany in 2009. In addition to her teaching activities in various music teaching institutions in Austria and at the MDW Vienna, she has participated as a juror and lecturer in master classes and international competitions in Austria, Denmark, Ukraine, Portugal, Italy, Finland, Russia and Bulgaria. Among her students are numerous prize winners of national and international competitions.

She is the Austrian representative of the international pedagogical organization "Art & Education in the 21st Century", honorary and jury member of the international competition "Viva Piano" in Bulgaria, artistic director of the concert series "Sommerklänge aus dem Stift" in Klosterneuburg, organizes charity events and is involved in charitable projects. Her activities also include video recordings, radio and television performances, and premiere recordings of works by contemporary composers, such as the CD "Ways," which she recorded with Luxembourgian flutist Maria Miteva in 2021 and presented internationally at concerts, radio and television broadcasts.

In 2014, she formed a chamber music duo with Austrian saxophonist Michael Krenn, with whom she also released their first joint CD, "Fantastia," featuring works by French composers as premiere recordings. This was received with enthusiasm by critics and was broadcast several times by various international radio stations. The duo experienced great success and participated in various international festivals such as "Varna Summer", "Apollonia", "Salon of Arts", "Music Academy Apollonia", "Weeks of Austrian Music" and "Sofia musikweeks" in Bulgaria "Trencin Autumn" in Slovakia, "Les Concerts du Foyer européen" in Luxembourg, "Gnesina Music Academy" in Moscow and "Alpen Classica SaxFest" in Innsbruck. Also participated several times in the International Music Forums in Stavropol, Trencin, Madeira and Lonigo and gave numerous concerts in Italy, Turkey, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Finland and Austria. In 2021, cellist Matthias Gredler joined the duo and thus the Ensemble Sapiache was born. This unusual instrumentation inspired composers such as R. Bischof, M. Gredler and A. Petrovic who dedicated their works to the trio.

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