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Die Glocke 17.01.2017
It is a pleasure to serve In Ahlen
The New Year's reception of Dr. Alexander Berger in Ahlen

During the New Year's reception in the town hall, arranged jointly for the first time by the local City Council and the Reconnaissance Battalion, the mayor honoured eight dedicated citizens from Ahlen, for their involvement over decades to promote the cooperation and friendship with the ‚ÄěWestfalen - Kaserne‚Äú (Westphalia Barracks).¬†Dr. Berger pointed out the support the Bundeswehr (Federal Armed Forces) had given in accommodating and helping refugees and thanked the soldiers for their humanitarian commitment. During the New Year's reception, classical concert guitarist Tania Pentcheva entertained the guests musically.

Westfälischer Anzeiger 22.03.2016
Stories  Potpourri
"Ladies Parlour" is dedicated to Springtime
For this year's "Ladies Parlour" in the Counselling centre of the women's refuge of the deacon services Ruhr-Hellweg last Friday, Springtime was the centre of attraction. With the slogan "Everything in Vibration" the women's refuge invited to person, the chief of the women's refuge Brigitte Dittrich and the women's representative of the Protestant church Rev. Ute Böning to a literary evening with music.
The lounge was completely filled with an appreciative audience. Hildegard Offele-Aden, a writer from Ahlen and Tania Pentcheva, a concert guitarist from M√ľnster presented a potpourri of poems and stories to their audience. These were accompanied by exquisite guitar music. The performance ranged from contemplative and relaxed, to romantic and cheerful right up to religious and reflective¬† ¬†¬†

Ahlener Zeitung (Westfälische Nachrichten) 04.11.2014:
Die Gitarre als ein eigenes Orchester 
Tania Pentcheva plays Spanish and South American music.
Ahlen. Tania Pentcheva skillfully took her audience to the soundscape of Latin America. "I am always looking for something new, something that the people haven't heard before", says Tania. She retunes the strings to make the instrument more multifaceted. "This way, the guitar creates a variety of different sounds which the audience likes very much."    

Westfälische Nachrichten 28.07.2014:
"Crossover" by Tania Pentcheva
Witty and Cozy    
One will realize that the classic guitar can rock at the latest when listening to "Jumping". The composer Roberto Fabbri brought the theme of Van Halen's "Jump" to the six strings and Tania Pentcheva is having a blast...    

Westfälische Nachrichten 18.12.2012:
Melodies transport zest for life (online article)    
Ladbergen. On Sunday December 16th, the visitors of the St.Christopherus Church experienced a special highlight. The guitarist Tania Pentcheva paid a visit and filled the church with a great sound richness and zest for life.    

Soft Christmas Sounds    
Ladbergen. Anyone who wanted to escape from the pre-Christmas hustle and bustle, was well advised to visit the  St.Christopherus Church on the 3rd Sunday of Advent...
In the second part of the concert, the musician convinced her audience as brilliant interpreter of contemporary guitar literature ‚Äď up to ‚ÄúSunflowers‚ÄĚ, a piece that the famous composer Roberto Fabbri has dedicated to Tania Pentcheva.¬† ¬†¬†

Westfälische Nachrichten 21.07.2011:
Tender Sound
This is a CD for quiet evenings. Far away from the usual musical "roar", the guitar leads us into a world of sound one has to get used to first...

Westfälische Nachrichten 23.11.2009:
Italian Flair in the Front of the Fireplace
Tania Pentcheva started the concert ‚ÄěChitarra Italiana‚Äú with quiet, delicate compositions by Mario Gangi. The audience was enchanted almost immediately by this delightful Italian guitar music. Following this came oriental - sounding music by Carlo Domeniconi and passionate works composed by Roberto Fabbri and Nicollo‚Äô Paganini. Many in the audience were fascinated by the ease with which the enthusiastic guitarist plucked the strings at breathtaking speed, producing thereby the most beautiful sound effects. Not only the artist was ‚Äúfirst class‚ÄĚ on this evening, but also the programme, which consisted mainly of works that were unknown, but worth hearing. The audience applauded generously for a splendid concert.¬† ¬†¬†

M√ľnstersche Zeitung 08.11.2008:
Nimble Fingers    
During the concert one could have heard a needle fall to the floor, for the audience listened trance-like to the soft rhythmic melodies and followed Pentcheva's nimble fingers with fascination.    

Westfälische Nachrichten 11.03.2008:
Nimble Fingers and a Well Selected Repertoire    
The Guitarist Tania Pentcheva as Guest in the Mecklenbeck Gallery Flos C.
Tania Pentcheva gave a brilliant performance of contemporary works seldom heard, including a premiere.
The audience enjoyed a selection of exquisite music which she played effortlessly and at breathtaking speed. The guitarist won the hearts of the public thanks to her masterly performance and choice of music of good taste.
The programme included works by: M. Gangi, R.Dyens, R.Fabbri, L.Brouwer.    

M√ľnstersche Zeitung 30.08.2007:
Like a Revelation    
Musical reading: merriment in the atmospheric surroundings of the old railway station.
Anja Rohlf, completely in white, sat on a table in front of heavily symbolic pictures which readily evoked associations familiar to everybody in the audience. She virtually blended with the pictures in view, becoming part of the work of art she created herself. She told stories, wise sayings and aphorisms in a very articulate voice.
Anja was accompanied by the Bulgarian guitarist Tania Pentcheva, who played fully in accord with the atmosphere of both word and picture. The chosen works by Villa-Lobos, Joaquin Turina, and Paco Pena created a South American flair and so opened the way to a picturesque world of sound. Tania’s style of playing enabled her to symbiotically continue from where Anja left off.    

M√ľnstersche Zeitung 26.10.2006:
Legal Escape by Prisoners    
Cultural programme on library day in the prison: reading, music and get together
The prisoners enjoyed a welcome change from everyday life through reading done by Christoph Baumanns, an author from Kassel, and music provided by the Bulgarian guitarist Tania Pentcheva and Korean percussionist Jie-Goo Lee.