Among Bulgaria’s most significant 20th-century composers. He was known for his choral, chapel, and orchestra music. He helped expose the thought of using Bulgarian folklore components in compositions towards the country’s musical tradition. He went to the Prague Conservatory from 1903. He led The Seven Saints, a Sofia-based chapel ensemble and choir, from 1911 until 1928. His family members was surviving in Varna when he was created. He was at Prague during Antonin Dvorak’s tenure as movie director.