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Kameliya Naydenova, born in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, began studying violin at the age of six. At the age of nine she gave her first solo concert at the Exhibition Hall Rafael Mihailov  in Veliko Tarnovo.
The first stage of her musical education ended at the Music School in Rousse, then she studied at the State Music Academy in Sofia, where she graduated with honors in 2007.She continued her studies in Berlin in 2008 with Marianne Boettcher, a pupil of  Henryk Schering and  Professor at the Universität der Künste (UDK). From 2009 until June 2011 she was in London, where she graduated with Master of Arts from Royal Academy of Music and her leading teacher Lydia Mordkovitch, a former  assistant  of the great Russian violinist David Oistrakh.
She had numerous tours all over Europe with the orchestra of Covent Garden Soloists as co-leader of the first violins (the most recent Granada and Las Palmas, 2011).
In 2007 Kameliya began a solo career in a duet with the pianist Emilio Aversano, playing in many European cities like London: 'B. Britten Theatre ' at the Royal College of Music, 'Dukes Hall' and ' Recital Hall' at the Royal Academy of Music, the Italian Cultural Institute , the Embassy of Bulgaria; in Berlin ' Konzertsaal' of UDK, Netherlands: Middelburg ; in Bulgaria: Sofia, Rousse, Vidin; in Romania: Bacau, Ploiesti ; in Italy :Rome,Firenze, Naples, Salerno, Ravello, and many others.
Kameliya made her debut as a soloist with the Bacau Philarmony Orchestra performing Wieniawski Concerto '' № 2 and with Vidin State Philharmonic with conductor Ovidiu Balan performing Sibelius Concerto in D Minor , Dvoràk  Concerto in A minor and others. Numerous, in fact, are her appearances as soloist with the orchestras: the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Vidin Philharmonic Orch.,Balkan Festival Orchestra, University Simphony Orchestra of Parma, MDT 'K.Kisimov' Orchestra, Mediterranean Philharmonic Orch., Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Udmurtia.
As guest soloist  in Bacau and Ploiesti, Romania she performed  'Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso' and Mozart Concerto N.5 in A Major. For the Association 'Amici del Conservatorio' she performed  'Gypsy Airs' of Sarasate and Sinfonia Concertante  by Mozart with the Orchestra of the University of Parma, in a duo with the violist Iacov Zats of Moscow Soloists and with Balkan Orchestra.
She has participated in concerts as a member of the Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra in London, conducted by world-renowned conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Simon Rattle , Yan Pascal Tortelier , Benjamin Zander . In March 2013 she was invited by Fundasiòn Sinfonia for Santo Domingo Music Festival in  Dominican Republic as member of the first violins, where she played with the renowned soloists  Joshua Bell ,Maria Gulenina ,Gutier Capuçon .
On 9th May 2014 Kamelya was invited from the Bulgarian Embassy in Berlin to give a concert for the President of Republic of Bulgaria, Mr.Rosen Plevnenliev .
Since January 2012 she is a professor of violin at the Music Conservatory 'G.Martucci' in Salerno , Italy.
 
From 2013 Kameliya Naydenova is a president of the cultural association "Carisma Musicale".

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Kameliya Naydenova, born in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, began studying violin at the age of six. At the age of nine she gave her first solo concert at the Exhibition Hall Rafael Mihailov in Veliko Tarnovo.
The first stage of her musical education ended at the Music School in Rousse, then she studied at the State Music Academy in Sofia, where she graduated with honors in 2007.She continued her studies in Berlin in 2008 with Marianne Boettcher, a pupil of Henryk Schering and Professor at the Universität der Künste (UDK). From 2009 until June 2011 she was in London, where she graduated with Master of Arts from Royal Academy of Music and her leading teacher Lydia Mordkovitch, a former assistant of the great Russian violinist David Oistrakh.
She had numerous tours all over Europe with the orchestra of Covent Garden Soloists as co-leader of the first violins (the most recent Granada and Las Palmas, 2011).
In 2007 Kameliya began a solo career in a duet with the pianist Emilio Aversano, playing in many European cities like London: 'B. Britten Theatre ' at the Royal College of Music, 'Dukes Hall' and ' Recital Hall' at the Royal Academy of Music, the Italian Cultural Institute , the Embassy of Bulgaria; in Berlin ' Konzertsaal' of UDK, Netherlands: Middelburg ; in Bulgaria: Sofia, Rousse, Vidin; in Romania: Bacau, Ploiesti ; in Italy :Rome,Firenze, Naples, Salerno, Ravello, and many others.
Kameliya made her debut as a soloist with the Bacau Philarmony Orchestra performing Wieniawski Concerto '' № 2 and with Vidin State Philharmonic with conductor Ovidiu Balan performing Sibelius Concerto in D Minor , Dvoràk Concerto in A minor and others. Numerous, in fact, are her appearances as soloist with the orchestras: the Bacau Philharmonic Orchestra, Ploiesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Vidin Philharmonic Orch.,Balkan Festival Orchestra, University Simphony Orchestra of Parma, MDT 'K.Kisimov' Orchestra, Mediterranean Philharmonic Orch., Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Udmurtia.
As guest soloist in Bacau and Ploiesti, Romania she performed 'Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso' and Mozart Concerto N.5 in A Major. For the Association 'Amici del Conservatorio' she performed 'Gypsy Airs' of Sarasate and Sinfonia Concertante by Mozart with the Orchestra of the University of Parma, in a duo with the violist Iacov Zats of Moscow Soloists and with Balkan Orchestra.
She has participated in concerts as a member of the Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra in London, conducted by world-renowned conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Simon Rattle , Yan Pascal Tortelier , Benjamin Zander . In March 2013 she was invited by Fundasiòn Sinfonia for Santo Domingo Music Festival in Dominican Republic as member of the first violins, where she played with the renowned soloists Joshua Bell ,Maria Gulenina ,Gutier Capuçon .
On 9th May 2014 Kamelya was invited from the Bulgarian Embassy in Berlin to give a concert for the President of Republic of Bulgaria, Mr.Rosen Plevnenliev .
Since January 2012 she is a professor of violin at the Music Conservatory 'G.Martucci' in Salerno , Italy.

From 2013 Kameliya Naydenova is a president of the cultural association "Carisma Musicale".

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