This had studied with F. Busoni pupil Gottfried Galston and Leonid Kreutzer. Upon completion of the music school in Sofia Baynov continued to study with Prof. Konstantin Ganev Neuhaus students and Julia Ganeva at the Music Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Besides, he also studied composition. While studying a brisk Korrepetitionstätigkeit reinforced Duch the concert activities of the chamber music class (lieder and opera singing) his mother, the pianist Liliana Baynova revealed. His artistic contacts and studies took him with famous Bulgarian musicians and composers such as Pancho Wladigeroff, Ljubomir Pipkov, Lazar Nikolov, Alexis Weissenberg, Paraschker Hadschiev together among others. 1981 left his home without permission Baynov towards Vienna and Paris in order to realize his artistic ideas in freedom can. In subsequent years, there were frequent public performances in various Western countries.
He guested in the period 1981-1986 as a soloist 29 times in the West Berlin Philharmonic. The end of 1981 moved to Germany Baynov. At the State School of Music in Trossingen he studied in the piano class Prof. Johan van Beeks.
According to the basic business studies, music teacher, he completed his postgraduate studies (Artistic Education and concert level), which he graduated with honors degree in 1991 consistently. Master classes with Prof. Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Prof. Viktor Merzhanov among others rounded off his education. In 1982 he started music teaching activities at various German music schools, and later with several years Korrepetitions activity among others at the Musikhochschule Trossingen. He also took over 1988 and 1993 representation, the piano class of Prof.
J. van Beeks. 1992-1997 Baynov was a lecturer at the Hohner Conservatory in Trossingen. Numerous prizes and awards at international piano competitions won Baynov in Bulgaria, Italy, Germany, Portugal and Czechoslovakia. He is also a winner of the "S.
Rachmaninov Competition" in 1990 in Morcone, Italy. 1998 Baynov is as ord. Professor at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen appointed. He regularly gives master classes in Germany, Italy, Greece, Bulgaria and Slovakia. Was a jury member and Professor Baynov invited to international competitions in Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Canada and the Czech Republic. His students have won prizes at national and international levels. In 2002 he awarded the Chinese universities in Quing Dao Chu Fu each title Prof.hc In 1989, T. Baynov the unique Baynov piano ensemble rarely performed works for multiple pianos dedicated. 1997 launched a project Baynov with courses and workshops for piano six and eight hands.
His scientific works and lectures seek the ancient traditions of mehrhändigen piano playing to obtain and revive. In the field of piano music he can currently Demonstrated 400 works that were composed for six hands. He is president of the hitherto single "International Piano Competition to six hands" in Germany. Tomislav Baynov is founder and chairman of the "Association for the Promotion of mehrhändigen piano playing eV" Through his initiative are regular radio broadcasts, primarily with six- and mehrhändiger piano music, interviews and / or business meetings in Germany, Bulgaria, Canada, Japan and Slovakia instead. Baynovs artistic activities extend to all five continents and include numerous solo, chamber music and orchestra concerts (with a repertoire of 42 piano concertos), 20 CD recordings, and radio and television recordings in Germany (ZDF, SDR, SWF, BR, HR ), in Italy, Bulgaria, Greece, Austria, South Africa, Australia, Canada, Korea and Chile. Tomislav Baynovs charisma as a global and recognized sensitive interpreter very divergent musical works is characterized by the high virtuosity and brilliant piano technique.
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