“Phosphorus” 2011 is a CD album with Stanislav’s arrangements of classical music master pieces from Bach, Barrios, Paganini, Schubert and others. The album was recoded between in the second half of 2010 at St. Mary Magdalene church, London by Nikolay Georgiev.
Since December 2011 Nikolay is a full member of the Executive Committee of the Audio Engineering Society, UK. If you would like to know more about Nikolay’s latest activity and what he’s up to, please visit: www.georgievsound.com
Mama would like to say “thank you” to Valentina Markovska for the magnificent artwork on our CD cover and all illustrations used on this website. If you want to see more of Valia’s works just click on her name above.
The whole “Future Hill” album is now available to listen for free.
You can also buy the “Future Hill” CD.
Monday 23th November 2009, 7pm.
J S Bach • Violin Partita in D minor (transc. S. Hvartchilkov)
Paganini • Grand Sonata for Guitar (arr. S. Hvartchilkov)
For more information please visit the 1901 Arts Club website.
In August 2009 Stanislav Hvartchilkov released his self-produced CD album “First Fruits”, which consists of 8 original compositions for classical guitar written by him.
The album was recoded between April and July 2009 at St. Mary Magdalene church, London by Nikolay Georgiev.
For more information visit Stanislav Hvartchilkov’s website.
The album encompasses music recorded and composed between 2001 – 2006 that has been influenced by huge variety of styles including: classical music, jazz, rock, traditional bulgarian folklore music, art rock, progressive metal, blues…
Most tracks were remixed in July 2008, using the original material.
Hear the Future Hill album.
Buy the Future Hill CD.