TRIO Grekow / Peev / Tsvyatkov is a Polish-Bulgarian instrumental fusion of accordion,
gadulka and guitar creating the original sound of ethno-jazz music.
The band is inspired by Balkan music, classical and jazz, creating a new mix of styles and colors.
Jacek Grekow – accordion
Peyo Peev – gadulka
Hristiyan Tsvyatkov – guitar
Jacek Grekow is an accordionist, who has been fascinated by Balkan culture for many years.
He’s a graduate of the Vienna Conservatory and Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw, a multi-instrumentalist who also plays folk instruments such as the kaval and bagpipes. He’s the author of eight albums in which he took part as composer, arranger and performer.
Peyo Peev is one of the most renowned gadulka players in Bulgaria.
He graduated from the Academy of Music and Dance Art in Plovdiv, played in the world famous show Riverdance, and currently is a soloist for the Bulgarian National Radio Folk Music Orchestra.
He participates in different projects with the world-famous musician Theodosii Spassov and virtuoso players Ivo Papazov, Petar Ralchev, Stoyan Yankulov, etc. He has performed with different groups throughout Europe, the USA, and Japan.
Hristiyan Tsvyatkov is one of the best guitar and tambura players in Bulgaria. He graduated Sofia Univeristy "St Kliment Ohridski".
In 2019, he won a competition with the Folklore Ensemble “Philip Koutev,” where he continues to play today with talented fellow musicians.
Over the years, he has performed with famous artists such as Theodossi Spassov, Stoyan Yankoulov, Juan Sebastian Garcia-Herreros, and many more.
He has performed in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Holland, the UK, and the USA.