Valentin Vatev

VALENTIN VATEV completed his master’s degree in classical singing at the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov National Academy of Music  (2015), then specialized in Baroque singing at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany (2015-2017). During his studies he also studied with Alexandrina Milcheva and Roberto Scandiuzzi, and currently works with Krassimira Stoyanova and Sherman Lowe. While still a student she took part in numerous international competitions, where he became a prize winner. From 2017 to 2020 he was a soloist of the Sofia Opera and Ballet House and participated in the productions of Lubomir Pipkov’s Yana’s Nine Brothers, presented on the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Marin Goleminov’s Zachary the Painter, Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Medium, Maurice Ravel’s The Child and the Magicians, Paul Hindemith’s The Long Christmas Dinner, Giuseppe Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra, Don Carlos and La Traviata, Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Vincenzo Bellini’s Capuleti e Montecchi, Richard Wagner’s Das Rheingold, Claude-Michel Schoenberg’s musical Les Misérables and others. On the international opera stage, he appeared in productions of Franco Donatoni’s Alfred, Alfred and Giacomo Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi at the Tearto Lirico Sperimentale in Spoleto, Italy, as well as in Richard Strauss’s Salome, Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s The Passenger and Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata at the Tyrolean State Theatre in Innsbruck, Austria. Vatev received particular critical acclaim for his portrayal of Judge Turpin in Stephen Sondheim’s musical Sweeney Todd at the Innsbruck Opera House. Valentin Vatev has a marked interest in Baroque and Cantata-oratorio music, in which he has partnered such notable musicians as Konrad Junghänel, Andreas Scholl, Dame Emma Kirkby, Zefira Valova, and toured in Metz, Frankfurt, Venice, Sittard, and Merzig. He is soloist of the Neumeyer Consort, an early music ensemble in Mainz, with which he recorded the oratorio Israel in Egypt for the German record company Flexaton. He is a frequent guest soloist of the Sofia Philharmonic with the Renaissance and Baroque ensemble Tutti Soli.

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