Bulgarian Pianist Doriana Tchakarova

By: Azad Karimi

I would call any kind of music shaped by human beings as musical culture. There is certainly a specific logic in music, especially in very densely wrought compositions like those of Bach, Beethoven or Schönberg.



Bulgarian Pianist Doriana Tchakarova

By Azad Karimi


Dear Doriana writes that due to an accidental encounter with a master, the way to progress and advancement in the field of music was opened for him. This is an auspicious event.

Of course, many people never face these kinds of events and chances ... These may be related to human destiny, but if you believe in the law of cause and effect, you can not believe in this dogmatic destiny.

The truth is that human beings are the creators of causes, although as a creature they are disabled, but when they have the authority and power to perform deeds and the responsibility for these deeds are given to them by the system of punishment and reward, so we can not say oh this fate is your destiny and accept it! and with this argument, let us shirk the responsibility for our actions.

In short, I would like to say that jealous, stingy, and wicked people create obstacles for successful, talented, and diligent people and prevent them from progressing by creating obstacles and barriers. Unfortunately, a lot of talented and creative people are often eliminated from the competition, because of this type of negative people.

This is very unfair. So jealous and wicked people are like weeds that grow and use and grow energy resources and push society backward with their behaviors and disrupt the regular process of healthy competition.

Fighting this type of negative humans is a moral duty. They must first be sent to courses in psychotherapy and psychopathology to know and treat the causes of their dangerous behaviors, and then return to the community to participate in the process of social production and construction.

This healthy partnership is manifested in helping talented and hard-working people like dear Doriana and the aim is to recognize them to other people to serve human society.

I wish more success and progress, to my dear friend Doriana.


Thank you!




1- Please present yourself: (Name, education, Civil status and...)

.My name is Doriana Tchakarova, I am a pianist and was born in Bulgaria. I have been living in Germany for a very long time now, in a town near the Swabian Alps together with my partner. We live in a house surrounded by orchards and woods. I studied at the Stuttgart School of Music and Performing Arts where I graduated with both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree.


2-What is your artistic specialize?

.I have been working with singers for many years and performing in numerous concerts internationally.


3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art?

.This happened during my studies. One day I was sitting on the stairs in front of the Music School when a professor from the Vocal Department walked by and asked me, what instrument I played. On learning that I was a pianist he asked me if I could spontaneously accompany a song in his lesson. I had to sightread it of course. I agreed, it was a song by Clara Schumann. I had never made music with a singer before and that was my awakening experience.


4- Who was your motivator?

.Dieser Gesangsprofessor: It was this professor, the baritone Thomas Pfeiffer.


5- What was your parent’s reaction?

.My parents are not musicians. My father loved classical music but not particularly interested in singers.


6- When started you such as professional musician and pianist?

.I started playing professionally already during my studies.


7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as musician and pianist?

.Of course! I love making music with singers and adapting to different voices, to develop a common interpretive perspective and concepts and to present them on stage. I consider myself incredibly lucky to be able to work as a musician.


8- What is music culture? What is music logic?

.I would call any kind of music shaped by human beings as musical culture. There is certainly a specific logic in music, especially in very densely wrought compositions like those of Bach, Beethoven or Schönberg.


9- Why does some melody become immortal?

.Combining simplicity and originality with emotional expression turns some music into a „hit“.


10- How you see the Music, art and culture in your perspective?

.I mean your prediction for the future of music! The arts and music in particular will always belong to the essential core of humanity.


11- Can you become one part of the cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

.I very much hope so! Culture is extremely important for our society. I work so much with young people and try to transmit my enthusiasm for music in every way I can.


12- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

.I am always happy when I can touch people through my art and give them a heightened access and experience of their own emotions. Music from the heart to other people’s hearts!


13- Have you more word to say or suggest for our readers?

.What is close to my heart, quite apart from my love for art and with all due respect for the hard work that goes into building a career: we should never forget to act with kindness towards our fellow human beings.