“… an outstanding violinist…a player to watch” – this is how the British music journal The Strad, presents Jassen Todorov. We can add that he is a player we should hear. He began performing in Bulgaria, continued his music career in the U.S. and has given concerts in many countries of Europe, Asia, North America and Australia. His art has been highly appreciated and Jassen Todorov is the recipient of prestigious awards including the Eastman award (USA, 2002) and the Crystal Lyre (Bulgaria, 2006).

With a repertoire including works from all styles and epochs, Jassen Todorov has recorded the complete sonatas of Brahms and Ysaye, as well as Beethoven’s Sonatas Nos. 6 and 10. He has recently recorded Three Solo Sonatas for Violin by Johann Sebastian Bach, which form part of a more extended collection of solo pieces Six Solos for Violin without Bass accompaniment, which the composer finished in 1720, but which were published in 1802. In a review of this edition it was noted that these pieces represent “perhaps the greatest example in any art of the freedom and certainty with which a great master can move…”