Viktor Dulguerov

First Violin
Viktor Dulguerov Portrait

Originally from Sofia, Bulgaria, Viktor started playing the violin at age five. After graduating from the National School of Music, Viktor moved to the US where he received his undergraduate degree in violin performance from the Harid Conservatory of Music at Lynn University, studying with Sergiu Schwartz. He continued his studies with Andres Cardenes for his graduate degree in violin performance from Carnegie Mellon University. He has attended the Musicorda Festival, Lancaster Festival, Music at Penn’s Woods, Academia Chigiana in Sienna, Italy, and the National Repertory Orchestra. Viktor has participated in master classes with Yfrah Neaman, Kevork Mardirossian, Conrad Muck, James Buswell, Masuko Ushioda and St. Petersburg String Quartet. He has played with Miami Symphony, Southwest Florida Symphony, Johnstown Symphony, Youngstown Symphony, Pittsburgh Opera, Christchurch Symphony and Auckland Philharmonia. In addition to performing, Viktor is also a dedicated teacher who’s past teaching positions include violin faculty at Musik Innovations School of Music, Noteworthy School of Music, and Washington Music Centre in Pennsylvania. He currently teaches privately, and in the string programs at Dawson Memorial Baptist Church and Christ Church United Methodist Church.

When he isn’t performing or teaching, Viktor enjoys spending time with his family and playing table tennis.

BM in Violin Performance, Lynn University 
MM in Violin Performance, Carnegie Mellon University
Performance Residency Certificate, Carnegie Mellon University
ASO Member Since 2008