Andrian Pervazov (born 1963 in Sofia, Bulgaria) is a graduate of the Bulgarian Academy of Music
Pantcho Vladigueroff where he studied composition with Alexander Tanev and musicology with Dimiter Hristov. He received his Ph.D. in music composition from the University of Pennsylvania, where his principal teachers included George Crumb, Richard Wernick and Jay Reise. He has been active as musicologist at the Institute for Art Studies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, independent composer scoring music for film, theater and advertising, and as web, multimedia and software developer. Since 1998 Pervazov has been living in Saint Petersburg, Florida, where he is the chief computer whiz of TrueFire, Inc. – an interactive media company and music-centric video broadcasting network.
Among his works are Bardo for seven players after the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Ziggurat – Sumerian Temple Music from the Age before the Flood for three amplified flutes and tape, Zed for orchestra, Dreamscapes for chamber orchestra, On Fractals and Mirrors for clarinet, contrabass and sound processor and the electroacoustic cycles Mother of All Nights and [Post]modern Night Music.