Bulgarian composer and organist (born on July 11 1981 in Sofia, Bulgaria) Alexandra Fol studied composition at Boston University  and the Eastman School of Music . She currently resides in Montreal, Canada, where she pursues a Doctorate in composition with Brian Cherney. Fol has composed more than 40 works in different mediums, including two Requiems, a Symphony, Concerto for Piano and orchestra, Concerto for Violin and orchestra, two concerti for Viola, "A Swan Song for the Impossible Love" - a Bass Clarinet concerto, "Cinderella" - monodrama for narrator and orchestra, and many chamber works. Fol’s Two Songs for Voice and Orchestra were performed by one of the Tokyo Symphony orchestras in 1994 and her Concerto for Violin was premiered on a 16th c. Storioni violin by Leonid Iogansen and the Boston University Orchestra in 2001. In 2005 Fol was one of four composers commissioned to write a children’s work for the 70th anniversary of the Montréal Symphony Orchestra’s Children’s series. Pegasus, op. 37 was performed throughout the 2005-2006 Montréal Symphony Orchestra Children’s Series. Fol’s other commissions include chamber music premiered in Carnegie Hall, two short film scores, choir works and others.