Despite his young age Teo is already a laureate of numerous major competitions in the region as well as of number of international competitions abroad. He is a triple laureate of the competition "Paganini of Pressburg", where he has been awarded with Grand Prix in 2017. In spring 2018, Teo has also been awarded a first prize at the International Competition of Bohdan Warchal "Talents for Europe", a second prize at the Grumiaux Competition in Brussels, Belgium and also at the International Violin Competition of Jaroslav Kocian in Usti nad Orlici, Czech republic. Teo is also a winner of several other competitions: Feher Ilona Competition in Budapest, Hungary or Schneider Competition in Trnava, Slovakia among others.
Two accomplishments however stand out. The second prize in the 17th International Competition od Young Violinists "Nutcracker" in Moscow, Russia, which gathered musicians of up to 13 years of age, was the first large encounter for than 8 years old Teo on the global level as well as performing solo with symphonic orchestra (Moscow Philharmonic) after advancing to the final stage. Undoubtedly, the top accomplishment came in September 2018, when Teo has been awarded Grand Prix at the XIV. International Competition of Young Violinists in Honour of Karol Lipinski and Henryk Wieniawski in Lublin, Poland. This prestigious competition adjourning every 3 years gathered world elite violinists in two categories, where Teo in his 10 years of age mastered the junior category with the age limit of 17.
Teo was lucky to participate in number of masterclasses with world renowned professors and virtuosos and always engaged their attention by his approach, energy and passion for music and its interpretation. Despite his age, Teo has already performed solo with several high standing orchestras in Russia, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. Among them, he played with the Budapest Festival Orchestra, following an invitation and conducted by Ivan Fisher, as well as with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Brno, conducted by Marian Lejava or with the Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra, directed by Adam Medveczky. Teo has also performed at large number of other occasions on other great stages domestically or abroad.
Teo has been awarded with the prize "Talented Youth" from the hands of the mayor of Bratislava in 2016 and 2018 as well an award "Old Town Talents" from the Head of the Old Town in 2017.
The latest achievements of Bohdan: are the first place, the Gold medal and the EMCY Prize at the International Competition for Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Horowitz and the first place at the International Competition for Young Pianists in Memory of Vladimir Krainev.
Bohdan is a member of such festivals as "LvivMozArt" and "Opening of Paderewski". The favourite composers of Bohdan are Chopin, Rachmaninov, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Chaikovskyi, Grieg.