In November 2016 Peter released his debut album with original music – Inspirations. The music was composed and/or arranged on his trips to distant and high-altitude mountains. In 2014 he recorded his original song Summit fever on top of peak Kala Pattar (5550m) in the Everest region of the Himalayas (Nepal):

In 2015 he recorded his arrangement of the popular jazz standart Misty on top of peak Chachani (6057m) in the Peruvian Andes. This video was inspired by the nearby volcano called El Misti (5822m). This is possibly the highest recorded live music video in the world!

On the same trip Peter composed a new song that later became a very important part of his debut album – Cuatrococha’s groove. He even managed to record a video-single of it while still on the road and on a spectacular place – the biggest salt lake in the world – Salar de Uyuni (3656m) in Bolivia.

In spring 2016, Peter recorded his album. This is the final version of Cuatrococha’s groove, captured while recording it live with the band in the studio!

In August 2017 Peter climbed one of the highest peaks in Caucasus mountains – Kazbeg (5047m) in Georgia. The conditions were good so he recorded another music video of his mountaineering song – Summit fever.

You can listen to the music and purchase the album Inspirations here:


2019 – Peter Georgiev & Dimitar Karamfilov – Groovy Jazz

2018 – F-act – Koreni

2018 – Pavel Terziyski & Peter Georgiev – Old City Songs

2016 – F-act – 24

2016 – Peter Georgiev – Inspirations

2016 – Here and now – FlipSide Story