Avigea Delivicheva

All prize winners
1st prize, EMCY prize, national winner of the category IV plus
Nationality: Austrian
Instrument: Flute
Date of birth 2004/07/12

Avigea Delivicheva was born in 2004 in Vienna. She had her first music lessons at age three. In 2019 she enrolled in the Special Classes in the Johann Sebastian Bach Musikschule with professor Sonja Korak, who is a flutist in the Camerata Salzburg and the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. In 2023 she started her Bachelor degree at the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna with professor Sonja Korak. Furthermore, she is a student at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Graz with professor Matthieu Gauci-Ancelin, who is a renowned solo flutist and former principal flute in the Komische Oper Berlin.
Avigea has participated in numerous national and international competitions such as the Youth Competition prima la musica where she has been awarded first prize as a soloist six times in a row – her last two performances scored 100 out of 100 points. Three times she has been given first prize as a member of two ensembles. Avigea is also two times winner of the International Flute Competition in Varna, Bulgaria. In 2023 she has been awarded the first prize at the Leonard Bernstein Institute Competition in Vienna.
Avigea has gained significant stage experience and has performed concerts in Austria, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria and Kosovo. As the principal flute (2019-2023) in the Musikgymnasium in Vienna, she has worked with grammy awarded conductor Manfred Honeck and performed in the Golden Hall in the Musikverein Vienna.
Currently, she is member of the windwood quintet Take5.

If you are interested in working with Avigea Delivicheva, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.



  • E. Bozza,  Image 
  • I. Clarke,  The great train race 
  • R. Dick,  Lookout 
  • P. Ferroud,  3 Pièces 
  • S. Karg-Elert,  Chaconne 
  • A. Piazolla,  Tango – Etude no. 3

With piano: 

  • J. S. Bach,  Sonate in E-Dur, BWV 1035
  • F. Borne,  Carmen Fantasy
  • E. Burton,  Sonatina 
  • C. Chaminade,  Concertino op. 107
  • F. Doppler,  Hungarian Fantasy op. 26 
  • G. Enescu,  Cantabile et Presto  
  • G. Fauré,  Fantaisie op. 79 
  • P. Gaubert,  Fantaisie for flute and piano 
  • P. Gaubert,  Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando
  • G. Verdi/ P. Génin,  Fantaisie sur la Traviata
  • B. Godard,  Suite des trois morceaux op. 116
  • G. Hüe,  Fantaisie
  • B. Martinu,  Sonata for flute and piano
  • W. A. Mozart,  Concerto in D major, KV.314
  • F. Schubert,  Sonate a minor „Arpeggione“
  • G. Telemann,  Fantasie no. 2, TWV 40:3
  • G. Telemann,  Fantasie no. 3, TWV 40:4
  • G. Telemann,  Fantasie no. 8, TWV 40:9 
  • M. Valchanov,  Fantasy for flute and piano 

Chamber music: 

  • G. Gershwin/ R. Gutschy,  Rhapsody in blue
  • J. Ibert,  Deux Interludes for flute, violin, piano 
  • J. Ibert,  Trois pièces brèves
  • A. Klughardt,  Quintet op. 79
  • G. Ligeti,  Six Bagatelles
  • A. Malando,  Olé Guapa
  • F. Poulenc,  Sextet for piano and winds
  • A. Zemlinsky,  Humoreske

With orchestra:

  • F. Borne,  Carmen Fantasy
  • C. Chaminade,  Concertino op. 107
  • F. Doppler,  Hungarian Fantasie op. 26 
  • P. Génin,  Fantaisie sur la Traviata 
  • G. Hüe,  Fantasie  
  • W. A. Mozart,  Concerto in D major, KV.314
  • W. A. Mozart,  Concerto in C major for flute, harp and orchestra, KV.299


Trois Pièces Brèves, 1. Allegro - Jacques Ibert
P. Gaubert, Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando | Avigea Delivicheva

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