Kaludi Kaludov was born in Bulgaria. He graduated from the Academy of Music in Sofia in Ass. Prof. Liljana Zhablenska`s class. Later he perfected his voice with the well-known Bulgarian tenor Nikol Nikolov. His opera debut took place as Traviata’s Alfredo in Plovdiv and immediateli he was praised for his effortless "high C’s" and his magnetic stage presence. In December of 1978 he was appointed as soloist of the Sofia National Opera. There followed a serie of roles wich formed the repertoire of the singer: The Duke of Mantua from “Rigoletto” by Verdi, Nadir from “The Pearl Fishers” by Bizet, Rudolf from “La Boheme” by Puccini, Nemorino from “The elixir of love” by Donizetti, Tamino from “The Magic Flute” by Mozart; Don Carlos from the opera of the same title and many others. Kaludi Kaludov`s international career started in 1983 with “Requiem” by Verdi in London and the role of Foresto from “Attila” by Verdi in the Vienna State Opera. He was invited to perform with major opera companies on the international stages including appearances in both Berlin houses, Munich, the Vienna State Opera, France, Belgium, London, Madrid and La Scala in Milan. He has sung in South America and Japan and has appeared with the Houston Grand and Chicago Lyric Operas. Iin 1985 he sang the role of Dimitri (Boris Godunov) at the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the same role in Houston in 1996. He also appeared in Houston under Christoph Eschenbach in 1992 (VERDI/Requiem) and also, in 1992, in Philadelphia (RACHMANINOFF’s "The Bells") under Charles Dutoit. In November 1994 he appeared in San Francisco under the baton of Vance George ("The Bells"). In 1991 he sang in Montréal (Glagolithic Mass).
Zubin Mehta invited him as Radames for concert performances of Aida with the Israel Philharmonic.
Since 1994 Kaludi Kaludov is a regular guest and leading tenor in the program of the Savonlinna Opera Festival, Finland. To the already mastered roles of the singer are added new ones wich enlarge the scope of his repertoire, such as Radames, Turiddu, Cavaradossi, Andrea Chenier, Eric, Canio and others.

He has collaborated in various performances with worldfamous artists as Mirella Freni, Cheryl Studer, Placido Domingo, Piero Capuccili, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Renato Bruson, and Sherill Milnes under the baton of Maestros such as Claudio Abbado, Ricardo Muti and Fabio Luisi.
Since 1992, he is the artistic director of the Cieszyn Festival "Viva il Canto" in Poland.
From that time on the great Bulgarian singer was also engaged in training activities. His records include Mussorgsky’s Khovanshchina and Borodin’s Prince Igor on the Sony Classic Label, Puccini’s Manon Lescaut for Naxos and Janacek’s Glagolithic Mass for Decca, videotapes of Verdi’s Attila with Samuel Ramey and Cheryl Studer on the Videorai Video Label are distributed with the participation of Kaludi Kaludov..