Fidosi was born in 1998 in Razgrad, Bulgaria. He has been playing the piano since 7 years old in his home town.
Since 2012 he has been a student of Lyubov Shisheva at the National School of Music “Lyubomir Pipkov” in Sofia.
Fidosi is a laureate of the following competitions:
• IX International competition “Albert Russel” Sofia – First Prize (2012)
• VI International competition “Johan Sebastian Bach” Japan – First Prize (2012)
• International competition “The Music and the Earth” – Grand Prix (2016) - Sofia
• International competition ''La musique et la terre" - Grand Prix (2016) - Paris
In 2015, one of his highest recognitions is the “Diplome de Virtuosite” granted from the famous La Schola Cantorum in Paris.
Fidosi Kerchev performed bright piano concerts in the Bulgarian Embassy in Japan, the Bulgarian Cultural Centre (Paris), the National Palace of Culture (Sofia) and the French Institute (Sofia).
He also took part in the following Bulgarian festivals: “Art salon”, “Varna summer” and “Sofia music weeks”.
Fidosi Kerchev has performed a series of concerts of the following works: “Concert for piano and orchestra No. 1” composed by P.I. Tchaikovsky; “Concert No. 2” by Franz Liszt and “Concert No. 1” by Dmitry Shostakovich.
He was the solo performer with Bulgarian National Radio’s Symphony Orchestra and New Symphony Orchestra – Sofia. He has also soloed with the Symphony Orchestras of Ruse, Vidin, Vratsa and Razgrad as well as Symphonietta (Shumen). Some of the conductors he has played with are Rosen Gergov, Stanislav Ushev, Robert Gutter (USA), Deyan Pavlov, Svilen Simeonov and Vladimir Boshnakov.
Fidosi has participated in master classes of prof. Natalia Trull, prof. Chantal Stigliani, prof. Jeni Zaharieva, prof. Fulvio Turissini, prof. Hideko Kobayashi and others. He also took part of multiple musical academies in Bulgaria and abroad.
In 2015 he was nominated for a “Crystal Lyre” in the category “Young artist”. He became a scholar of the Petko Staynov foundation and America for Bulgaria foundation. In 2016 he won a scholarship from the Yordan Kamdzhalov foundation.