Exquisite Vienna classical music streams from the compact disc of Maria Prinz. It features Haydn's most famous concerto for piano in D major, and two popular piano concertos by Mozart - in F major and in A major. Maria Prinz is the daughter of the renowned Bulgarian composer and conductor Konstantin Iliev. She graduated from the Hanns Eisler University of Music in Berlin having studied in Prof. Rudolf Dunckel's class. Ms Prinz furthered her education with Jörg Demus in Vienna and with Yvonne Lefébure in Paris. Currently she lives in Vienna and gives lectures at the Vienna University of Music. Along with her teaching career, Maria Prinz is also a concretizing artist with appearances in Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Italy), Japan, the USA. During the past few years the pianist renewed her extensive concert activities in Bulgaria as soloist at concerts of the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, giving solo concerts at the March Music Days - Rousse, and the Pianissimo international music festivals. She has made a number of recordings in Europe and has released for Gega New a CD together with clarinetist Petko Radev.


Recorded in Bulgaria Concert Hall, Sofia, March 2001


  • Track Listing


    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in D major (H. ХVІІІ: 11)

    [1] Vivace 8'12''

    [2] Un poco adagio 7'15''

    [3] Rondo all'Ungharese 4'47''


    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F major KV 413

    [4] Allegro 10'17''

    [5] Larghetto 7'59''

    [6] Tempo di Menuetto 5'52''


    Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A major KV 488

    [7] Allegro 11'36''

    [8] Adagio 7'15''

    [9] Allegro assai 8'19''

    DDD 71'32''

  • Participating

    Maria Prinz, piano

    Sofia Symphony Orchestra
    Vassil Kazandjiev, conductor