...a picture is worth a thousand words...
From crisis and risk management, up to the highest esoteric vibrations and liberal arts, Christo's interests are wide.
His early career jet him to the highest musical stages, such as "Vienna Music Summer" International festival.
He is the first Bulgarian conductor to lead a production at the Wiener Kammeroper (Vienna Chamber Opera).
Christo is the President of the Goce Delchev foundation.
1991 IGOR STAVINSKY special prize Austria
1990 PRAGUE SPRING first class honorary diploma The Czech Republic
1989 YEHUDI MENUHIN Laureate France
2019 Acknowledgement by the government of the republic of North Macedonia for contribution in getting peoples closer.
2019 Honnorary award of the Municipality of Delchevo for contribution in the Bulgarian-Macedonian cultural relations.
1996 TWO WORLDS PRIZE for contribution in the Bulgarian-Italian cultural relations.
International Coloratura Singing Contest Sylvia Geszty, Luxembourg
Dinu Niculescu International Competition for Conductors, Brașov
Perrenoud Foundation International Music Competition, Vienna
Hartauer Gesangswettbewerb, Vienna
Christo believes in the lifelong learning.
His exceptional musical talent became apparent at an early age when he won FIRST PRIZE in THE NATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION at the age of twelve, and FIRST PRIZE in The National Composition Competition “1300 years Bulgaria” at the age of nineteen.
After graduating the National Music School in Sofia Christo served in the Bulgarian Military Construction Corps as an ASSISTANT CONDUCTOR of the Male Choir "Sofia". The magic of singing inspires him always. Vox humana.
1983-88 Christo graduates choir conducting by Prof. Lilia Gyuleva and opera-symphonic conducting with Prof. Vassil Kazandjiev at the National Music Academy in Sofia.
Later he specialized conducting in the VIENNA UNIVERSITY FOR MUSIC & FINE ARTS with prof. Karl Österreicher.
1990 - Winter Music Festival - Prof. Ilya Musin (Russia)
1988 - Bartok Seminar Szombathely - Prof. Péter Eötvös (Hungary)
1988 - Varna Summer - Prof. Karl Österreicher (Austria)
1987 - Weimar - Prof. Kurt Sanderling (DDR)
1986 - Varna Summer - Prof. Karl Österreicher (Austria)