The Third Concert of the 2018-2019 Season

Beethoven Extravaganza

Dr. Zahari Metchkov
Dr. Zahari Metchkov  is both a pianist and an organist performing at such venues as New York's Avery Fisher Hall and Washington's Kennedy Center.  He has concertized in Israel, Bulgaria and the US.  His first CD was released in 2008 - a recording of works for piano and orchestra by Franz Liszt and Cesar Franck and a second recording project featuring solo works for piano and organ was completed in the spring of 2014.  

Zahari places a high priority over the education of young pianists and is the President of the Colorado State Music Teachers association.  He is a frequent guest adjudicator and clinician to numerous piano festivals in Colorado.

Metchkov is the Artistic Director of the Pueblo Keyboards Arts Festival and Piano Conversations Concert Series, Pueblo, as well as Rocky Mountain Music Alliance Concert Series.  He is the music director at Ascension Episcopal church, Pueblo, leading the choir and serving as organist.

Dr. Metchkov is an associate Professor of Music at the Colorado State University, Pueblo, Colorado.  

Second Concert of the Season

Music of Wagner, Liszt, Debussy and Messiaen


-Regard du Père/Vision of the Father
-Regard des Anges/Vision of the Angels
-Premiere communion de la Verge/First Communion of the Virgin
from Vingt Regards sur L’Enfant-Jesus/Twenty Visions of Infant Jesus by Olivier Messiaen
Claire de Lune
from Suite Bergamasque by Claude Debussy
Feux de’ artifisce/Fireworks
from Preludes, book 2 by Claude Debussy
Magic Fire Music
from Die Walkure by Richard Wagner
Angélus! Prière aux anges gardiens (Angelus! Prayer to the Guardian Angles
from Years of Pilgrimage, III by Franz Liszt
Totentanz (solo arrangement by Liszt) by Franz Liszt



Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 7 PM


The Church at Woodmoor
18125 Furrow Road, , Monument, CO 80132

 Reception Follows

Beethoven's  Choral Fantasy

February 23, 2019
Lewis Palmer High School, Monument, CO

Dr. Zahari Methkov will perform
Beethoven's Choral Fantasy, Op. 80 
with chorus and orchestra


About RMMA

Rocky Mountain Music Alliance is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to provide for the enjoyment of classical music in the Pikes Peak region and to support the study of classical music. RMMA brings world-acclaimed musicians to the Tri-Lakes area several times each year to perform chamber music in intimate settings. In conjunction with many of these performances, the visiting musicians provide master classes free of charge to the rising stars of local students studying classical music.  The master classes are always open for the enjoyment and education of the public.  RMMA hopes to motivate all who are involved in these programs to make music and the arts a more significant and enriching part of their lives.

The Executive Board of RMMA is made up of the following:

Coleen Abeyta, President
Dr. Zahari Metchkov, Artistic Director
Patty Edmunds, Vice-President of Finance
Pamela Brunson, Founder and Advisor
Barbara Taylor, Vice-President of Operations
Concert Location:  
The Church at Woodmoor
18125 Furrow Road
Monument, CO 80132