Todor Stoykov

composer, conductor, pianist

24.06.1932 - 19.05.1993Sofia - Bulgaria

Todor Stoykov graduated from the State Academy of Music majoring in Piano and Composition under Professor Pancho Vladigerov and Conducting under Professor Assen Dimitrov. He conducted the Gusla Choir (1960), the Opera of Stara Zagora (1961); the Burgas Philharmonic (1962-77). As a conductor, composer and pianist he took part in over 500 concerts in Bulgaria and abroad. He toured the former Czechoslovakia, Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, former Yugoslavia, etc.

He composed symphony, chamber and choral music. Among the most performed works are his concertos (for piano and orchestra, bassoon and orchestra), his piano works and choral songs.


Works for symphony orchestra:
Symphonies: N1 (1965); N2 (1967); N3 (1968).

Four Symphonic Miniatures (1967).

Festival Overture (1969).

Concertos: Concerto for clarinet (1967); Concerto for violin (1971); Concerto for piano N1 (1972); Concerto for piano N2; Concerto for trumpet; Concerto for violoncello (1982).

Chamber Music:
Sonatas: Sonata for oboe and piano; Sonata for viola and piano.

For piano:

Folklore Dialogues for two pianos;
Toccata and Humoresque;
Childrens pieces.