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Intérprete: Svetlina Stoyanova


Svetlina Stoyanova (b. 1991, Bulgaria) is studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She already gained her Master’s degree in music there in 2016 and is now in her second year at the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the RCS. The Bulgarian singer recently acquired experience in the roles of Nerone in Agrippina, Mother in Mavra and Veronique in Il Docteur Miracle. Her repertoire also includes roles such as Rosina (The Barber of Seville), Cherubino (The Marriage of Figaro), Dorabella (Così fan tutte), the title role in The Rape of Lucrezia, Mistress Page (The Merry Wives of Windsor) and Juno (Semele). Svetlina is a member of the organization Live Music Now which was founded by Yehudi Menuhin and performs as a soloist at charity concerts in aid of this organization. She also appears regularly at concerts, singing works by Vivaldi, Haydn and Mozart. The mezzo-soprano has enjoyed success in numerous music competitions.


Nerone, Agrippina (G. F. Händel)
Mutter, Mavra (I. Stravinsky)
Veronique, Le Docteur Miracle (G. Bizet)
Rosina, Il barbiere di Siviglia (G. Rossini)
Cherubino, Le nozze di Figaro (W. A. Mozart)


2010 - 2018, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, United Kingdom

 2017, First Prize winner, Neue Stimmen Competition

2017, Second Prize, Ye Cronies Opera Competition, United Kingdom

2016, Third Prize, Le Grand Prix Opera, Rumania

2016, First Prize, Elgar Spedding Memorial Prize, United Kingdom

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VienaLa Cenerentola

Rossini: La Cenerentola (Cinderella)
Evelino Pidò; Sven-Eric Bechtolf; Wiener Staatsoper; Rolf Glittenberg; Marianne Glittenberg; Antonino Siragusa; Orhan Yildiz
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Wenn Erwartungen übererfüllt werden: Cav & Pag in Wien

Cavalleria rusticana: Elīna Garanča (Santuzza) © Michael Pöhn | Wiener Staatsoper GmbH
Elīna Garanča gibt als Santuzza ein beeindruckend gefühlvolles Wiener Rollendebüt.

Handel’s Agrippina in a swinging 60s production

Agrippina © Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
The early Handel opera Agrippina is given a rare and playful outing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with clear Italian singing, joyous Baroque playing and lively stage production.

Russian Tales delight at RCS Opera Studio

Kenneth Reid ('Mavra') and Victoria Stevens (Parasha) © KK Dundas
Two Russian Tales: Stravinsky’s Mavra and Walton’s The Bear are an unexpected glittering delight at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Opera Studio in Glasgow.