Gitarrenunterricht in München


"The Granada" by Albeniz is in Moravsky's interpretation
the best transcription and interpretation of this piece,
I have ever heard in
a concert or on a CD."
Rheiner Volksblatt
Georgy Moravsky began his study of classical guitar at the age of twelve with Simeon Simov. In 1992 he graduated from the National Academy of Music "Pantcho Vladigerov" - Sofia with Alexander Pumpalov, and since 1994 was a teacher there for two years. He participated in masterclasses with Pinero Nagy, Costas Cotsiolis, Olivier Chassain, Carlos Barbosa-Lima and Eliot Fisk.

G. Moravsky has received a number of national and international prizes - First prize from the national guitar competition "Apolonia" in Sozopol (1985), second prize (the first was not awarded) from the International guitar competition in Gotze Delchev (1986) and the prize for a transcription of Bulgarian piece.

In 1995 he recorded three CDs for "Delta Music" - Santa Monica, USA. His piece "Rachenitsa" was presented in "GFA Contemporary Music Series" of "Soundboard" magazine (USA) in 1995. His compositions have been published by "Mel Bay" (USA), "Carrara" (Italy) and "Balkanota"  (Bulgaria).

In 1996 Georgy Moravsky moved to Germany, where he studied with Dale Kavanagh and Reinbert Evers.

As a soloist or in chamber ensembles he had concerts in Bulgaria, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Cyprus, Netherlands, Portugal etc. Georgy Moravsky has recorded for Bulgarian national radio and TV.

He is a member of juries on national and international competitions. From 2002 he teaches at the music school in Waldkraiburg (Germany).