Vladimir Stoyanov

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Vladimir Stoyanov (Bulgarian: Владимир Стоянов) (born 1969) is a Bulgarian operatic baritone. He graduated from Lyubomir Pipkov Music High-School in 1989 and the Pancho Vladigerov State Music Academy, in 1995.

He made his debut on the stage of the Bourgas Opera House in 1993. In 1994 he took a specialization course at the Boris Hristov Academy in Rome with Nicola Ghiuselev. That same year he also specialized at the Academy of the La Scala in Milan with Magda Olivero. Following three successful seasons with the Plovdiv Opera House, since 1999 he has been an independent soloist. Same year, he made his debut in Thracia Summer Music Festival with Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra.

Vladimir Stoyanov has guest-performed at the Deutsche Oper (Berlin), Teatro San Carlo (Naples), La Scala (Milan), Teatro Regio (Parma), as well as at the Metropolitan Opera. He has also taken part in numerous concerts and performances in Bulgaria and abroad (Germany, Spain, Austria, Italy). Vladimir Stoyanov’s most notable roles in the baritone repertoire include: Don Carlos, La traviata, La forza del destino, Ernani, Un ballo in maschera, I vespri siciliani; Madama Butterfly, La bohème; Carmen, Prince Igor, L'elisir d'amore, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, Otello, Nabucco, among others.

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Biography on OperaArt Management (in Italian)