Lilia Kirilova is an international musician educated and playing in Austria, Germany and Bulgaria
Lilia has taken parts in numerous orchestral and chamber music concerts, festivals, recordings and tours.
The orchestras, in which Lilia has participated, include Webern Orchester (2018), Junge Deutsche Philharmonie (2019), Norden Orkester (2015, 2016, 2018), Vienna Ensamble, Moonlight Symphony orchestra, Austrian-Korean Orchestra, Junge Philharmonie Wien, “Pro Arte” Orchestra. She has played in music festivals and programs such as Academia Sighisoara – Romania (2014, 2015), Music Campus Balchik – Bulgaria (2014, 2016, 2017), ‘’Euopean Traditions and young Talents’’ – Bulgaria (2015)
Lilia has taken part in concerts and tours in Musikverein (Vienna), Berliner Philharmonie, Kölner Philharmonie, Danish National Radio Hall (Copenhagen), Royal Concert Hall (Stockholm), Concertgebow (Brugge), Sibelius Hall (Helsinki), Harpa Hall (Reykjavik) and many other halls in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and China.
Lilia also plays the piano and speaks German, English and Bulgarian.
Lilia teaches viola and violin both children and adults. She has experience already 5 years in which she has been teaching more than 40 students at age from 4 to 66 years. The goal of the lessons is to provide high quality education in a pleasant and welcoming way and to help students of any age to play, enjoy and learn about music.
For each student Lilia creates an individual development plan, using an effective variety of musical teaching techniques to make the violin lesson productive, fun and enjoyable.
The lessons are mostly focused on building good violin technique and include also music theory and basics of solfeggio and music harmony, as Lilia believes this knowledge improves the quality of playing and the understanding of music.
The violin / viola lessons take place in Vienna’s first district (near Schwedenplatz) or conveniently at the home of the student.