SVILEN NIKOLOV
Baritons

 

Svilen Nikolov is Bulgarian baritone ,born in the beautiful city on the Black Sea coast - Varna. He graduated The National Music School in 1997 with both violin and opera singing. In 2002 he had a Master degree in opera singing with professor Konstantsa Vachkova in the National Academy of Music – Sofia / Bulgaria. He is laureate of the International Music Competition "Hopes, Talents, Masters" (Bulgaria) ; laureate of the National Voice Competition "Katya Popova" (renamed on “Ghena Dimitrova – National Competition”) ; and also he is a finalist in the International Singing Competition "Montserrat Caballe" in Zaragoza, Spain.


Repertoire:

    “Die Lustige Witwe“ – F. Lechar – Danilo, Kromon

    “La Scala Di Seta“ – G.Rossini – Germano, Blansac

    “La Cambiale di Matrimonio“ – G. Rossini – Slook

    “Il Barbiere Di Siviglia“ – G.Paisielo – Figaro

    “Rigoletto“ – G. Verdi – Marullo

    “Un Ballo in Maschera“ – G. Verdi – Silvano

    "Don Giovanni“ – W. A. Mozart – Mazetto

    “La Forza del Destino“ – G. Verdi – Melitone

    “Orfeo ed Euridice“ – J. Haydn – Creonte

    “Dido and Aeneas“ – H. Purcell – Aeneas

    “Die Zauberfloete“ – W. A. Mozart – Papageno

    “Le Nozze Di Figaro“ – W. A. Mozart – Almaviva

    “Boris Godunov“ – лю. Mussorgsky – Shchelkalov

    “Lud Gidia“ – P. Hadzhiev – Bay Osman, Mecho, Matey

    “Carmen“ – G. Bizet – Escamillo ; Le Dancaire ; Morales

    “L’Elisir D’Amore“ – G. Donizetti – Belcore

    “Don Pasquale“ – G. Donizetti – Malatesta

    “Lucia di Lammermoor“ – G. Donizetti – Enrico Aston

    “Turandot“ – G. Puccini – Ping ; Il Mandarino

    “La Boheme“ – G. Puccini – Marcello

    Madame Butterfly“ – G. Puccini – Sharples 

    “I Pagliacci“ – R. Leoncavallo – Silvio

    “Cavalleria Rusticana“ – P. Mascagni – Alfi

    “Jesus Christ Superstar“ – A. L. Weber – Herod

    “Joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat “ – A. L. Weber – Pharao

    “Count of Monte Cristo“ – Y. Dessca – Gerard De Villefort

    “Il Barbiere Di Siviglia“ – G. Rossini – Figaro

    “Le Comte Ory“ – G. Rossini – Raimbaud  

    “La Cenerentola“ – G. Rossini – Dandini

    “Samson et Dalila“ – C. Saint-Saens – Le Grand Pretre de Dagon

    “Die Goetterdaemmerung“  (The Ring of the Nibelungs) – R. Wagner – Gunter

    “Don Carlo“ – G. Verdi – Posa (Rodrigo)

    “La Traviata“ – G. Verdi – G. Germont

    “Falstaff“ – G. Verdi – Ford

    “Macbeth“ – G. Verdi – Macbeth

    “Ernani“ – G. Verdi – Don Carlo 

    “Aida“ – G. Verdi – Amonasro

    “Attila“ – G. Verdi – Ezio