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Violin performance

Violin performance

I perform as soloist and as an orchestra member at various music shows.

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Violin lessons

Violin lessons

I teach private violin lessons in Los Angeles.

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Live music events

Live music events

I provide musicians for various events, including wedding ceremonies, receptions, private parties, dinners, and fundraisers.

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Boryana Popova, violinist - official website

Violin performance

I perform as soloist and as an orchestra member at various music shows.

Here are some my performance reviews.

Guest artist closes the season with an intense performance

"Her body bends and leans from one side to the other, swaying to the music as she plays the violin, her dark hair falls in her face as her expression emotes the passion she feels for the music."

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Nathanael Pangrazio – Music at All Saints’ Church

"Pangrazio introduced us to violinist Boryana Popova, who had played so well in the Piano Trio and now appeared with Pangrazio at the piano to perform two “Violin Poems.” We heard a lovely tranquility in the first, and some profoundly disturbing agitation in the second. There was a lot of beautiful playing here."

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Review of UCLA Camarades Concert by Walter Arlen

"On this program, Stravinsky was represented by his Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914), a kind of distillation of his magnum opus, "The Rite of Spring" (1913), capturing with four string instruments an essence of elements characterizing his masterpiece.  The four players were Guillaume Sutre and Boryana Popova, violins, Paula Karolak, viola, Christopher Ahn, cello.  I cannot remember hearing a better performance of this jagged music.   The Double Canon for String Quartet (1959):  "Raoul Dufy in Memoriam", played by the same four, is among the forgettable works from Stravinsky's late serial period."

Read the full review at: http://www.schoolofmusic.ucla.edu ...

UCLA quartet shines at Armenian Music Symposium

"With all the modesty, it was commented by many, including Mark Swed, that the Quartet’s performance was a highlight of the event. It was especially poignant since they were performing by far the most complex piece on the program, which also featured professional artists and USC students."

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