Dr. Kirova is an active soloist, collaborative artist and chamber music performer. She participated in numerous concerts, both in Bulgaria and in the USA, including a concert at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.

In addition to her development as a professional pianist, Dr. Kirova has always been interested in the theoretical part of musical studies and music research. She conducted researches on different topics, concerning piano teaching and piano performance problems. A passionate admirer of Liszt’s piano music, Dr. Kirova devoted her Doctoral Dissertation to his works and particularly to “The Devil’s Theme in Liszt’s Piano Music”.

For her achievements as a pianist and scholar in 2002 Dr. Kirova was awarded a membership in the Pi Kappa Lambda, the National Music Honors Society in the United States.

Devoted piano teacher and accompanist, Dr. Kirova has served as faculty at Brooklyn College Preparatory Center for the Arts, “Encore” Music Lessons and Lucy Moses Music School in Manhattan. Her outstanding accompanist skills led her to be affiliated as a rehearsal pianist at the American Classical Orchestra, New York’s premiere period instrument orchestra. Since 2013 Dr. Kirova is also serving as a faculty at “Art of  Piano Playing” Music School and Winston Preparatory School.

Dr. Kirova holds a Bachelor and a Master of Music degrees in Piano Performance from the Bulgarian Music Academy in Sofia, Master of Music degree from the University of South Florida and Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Piano Performance from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.