Dimitar Ivanov hails from Silistra, Bulgaria, where he has taken part in regional and national guitar competitions. In 2005 he began his musical studies at the New Bulgarian University in Sofia. In 2006 he began his Bachelor followed by his Master of performance in 2012 and finished with his Master of pedagogy in 2014 at the Conservatory of Sion (Switzerland), with the guitarist and pedagogue George Vassilev. He has performed or participated in masterclasses with Dusan Bogdanovic, Zoran Dukic, Kaltchev Duo, Francis Coletta among others and has written arrangements of contemporary works by Leo Brouwer, Dusan Bogdanovic and many others. Dimitar is a member of various groups, performing at prestigious Swiss festivals including Cully Classique and Forum Wallis in Sion. His participation as leader, co- leader and sideman in different musical formations led him to tour widely throughout Bulgaria, Switzerland and Canada in addition to giving solo recitals in France, England and Germany. Since 2014 his concert repertoire features contemporary composers inspired by Balkan music. He recorded and produced the album "Beyond Borders" for guitar/violin/cello trio in 2015 and in 2017 Dimitar recorded the album “Balkan Fragments“ with the cellist Noémy Braun. Between 2015 and 2018 Dimitar studied in sound recording program at Zurich University of the Arts where he developed his work entitled “Through the right translation” exposing the relation between the musical performance and the sound recording processes. This project brings him a DAS (Diploma of Advanced Studies). For several years his parallel interests to the Brazilian music and polyrhythmic lead Dimitar to develop a new repertory and in 2018 to a record of a new album in a quartet formation "Quatro Vozes" with music from the Brazilian multi-instrumentist and composer Egberto Gismonti. Between September 2018 and July 2019 Dimitar studied in HEM Geneva with Dusan Bogdanovic where he developed a new repertory with his arrangements of music based on original compositions and arrangements by Avishai Cohen performed with his 10- strings guitar. As a result in September 2019 Dimitar recorded his new album "Solo Ten".