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Bulgarian tenor Mihail Mihaylov graduated from the National Music Academy ‘Prof. Pancho Vladigerov’ in Sofia, where he studied under the guidance of Professor Ivanka Ninova. At the age of twenty-two, during his studies, he made his opera debut singing the part of Count Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia. Following his graduation from the Academy, Mihaylov performed Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, Beppe in Rita, Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor, Alfredo in La traviata, Duca di Mantova in Rigoletto, Fenton in Falstaff, Count Camille de Rosillon in Die lustige Witwe, at the most important Bulgarian opera houses as well as at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet in Skopje.
Since 2012 Mr. Mihaylov started gaining his oratorio experience as a regular guest soloist at the Sofia Philharmonic. He also performed with the Mihail Jora Philharmonic Orchestra Bacău, the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra, the Iași Moldova Philharmonic Orchestra as well as with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London. In 2013, Mihaylov took part in a Verdi/Puccini Gala Concert with the Munich Symphony Orchestra.
Between the years 2011-2015 he performed at prestigious German festivals: Klassik auf der Burg, Herrenchiemsee Festspiele and at Klassik am See. In 2018 Mihail Mihaylov appeared at the Laval Opéra Festival (France) and Opernspiele Munot (Switzerland). The same year he was invited to perform tenor part in G. Verdi’s Requiem in Freiburg and Breisach with the Junger Kammerphilharmonie Freiburg. He sang this part also at the Silesian Philharmonic at Katowice and the Krakow Opera in the 2018/2019 season. His further engagements included the parts of Duca di Mantova at the State Opera Stara Zagora in Bulgaria and Lensky with the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra & Choir at the Sofia Philharmonic.
The artist’s engagements for the 2019/2020 season include operatic roles of Alfredo at the Grand Theatre in Poznań, Pinkerton at the Croatian National Theater in Rijeka, Rodolfo at the State Opera Plovdiv, as well as Lensky in the Bulgarian National Radio production of Eugene Onegin opposite Krassimira Stoyanova as Tatyana. The same season, Mihail Mihaylov’s concert appearances include performance alongside the world-renowned soprano Sonya Yoncheva in her Puccini Gala concert with the Sofia Philharmonic, tenor’s part in G. Verdi’s Requiem with the Sofia Philharmonic, the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic and the Grand Theatre in Poznań, as well as A. Scriabin’s Symphony No. 1 with the Krakow Philharmonic.
Mr. Mihaylov has performed at: the Royal Festival Hall, London (UK); the Moscow Kremlin (Russia); the Gasteig (Munich, Germany); the Auditorio Nacional de Música (Madrid, Spain), the Palau de la Música Catalana (Barcelona, Spain), the Théâtre de Vevey (Switzerland), the Osaka Festival Hall (Japan) and the Teatro del Giglio in (Lucca, Italy).
Mihail Mihaylov was awarded the Second Prize from the IV Richard Strauss International Competition for Chamber Music (Sofia, 2015) and the Grand prix at the International Song Competition “Romansiada” (Moscow, 2015).
On his account, the artist has numerous recordings for the Bulgarian National Television and the Bulgarian National Radio.
Updated October 2019
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G. Donizetti, L'elisir d'amore, Nemorino
G. Donizetti, Lucia di Lammermoor, Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood
F. Lehár, Die lustige Witwe, Camille de Rosillon
G. Puccini, La bohème, Rodolfo
G. Puccini, Madama Butterfly, Pinkerton
G. Puccini, Manon Lescaut, Edmondo
R. Strauss, Ariadne auf Naxos, Bacchus
P. Tchaikovsky, Eugene Onegin, Lensky
G. Verdi, Falstaff, Fenton
G. Verdi, La traviata, Alfredo
G. Verdi, Rigoletto, Duca di Mantova
L. v. Beethoven, Missa Solemnis
L. v. Beethoven, Symphony No. 9
A. Dvořák, Requiem
A. Dvořák, Stabat Mater
J. Haydn, Missa in tempore belli
J. Haydn, Missa in Angustiis
F. Mendelssohn, Elias
W. A. Mozart, Coronation Mass
W. A. Mozart, Requiem
G. Puccini, Messa di Gloria
G. Rossini, Stabat Mater
G. Rossini, Petite messe solennelle
C. Saint-Saëns, Requiem
F. Schubert, Mass No. 6 in E-flat major
A. Scriabin, Symphony No. 1
G. Verdi, Requiem