aleksandar stefanoski


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One of the leading Macedonian basses, Aleksandar Stefanoski was born in Skopje in 1982. He finished his studies at the National Academy of Music Pancho Vladigerov in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2005, where he also obtained a Masters in Opera. He has worked with Renata Scotto, Bonaldo Giaiotti, Vito Brunetti, Antonio Boyer, Mirella Parutto and won several scholarships for studying opera singing in both Vienna and Rome.

Winner of the international competition in Spoleto (2007), Grand Opera Paris (2007), world proven contest Arena di Verona (2009), State competition in Bitola (1997), Macedonian State competition chamber ensembles (1999), international singing competition for young classical music talents in Sofia (2000), an Order Cyril and Methodius for best foreign performer of classical opera music in Sofia (2003), special award Hristo Brmbarov at the first academic competition for opera singing in Sofia (2004), Award of Merit from Municipality of Kisela Voda, Macedonia (2007), Aleksandar Stefanoski is regarded as one of the most successful basses of his generation.

He was the first Macedonian to have the honour of singing at the prestigious Teatro alla Scala in Milan where in 2010 he made his debut, with the role of Priest in Janacek’s Z mrtvého domu.


Macedonian opera singer Aleksandar Stefanoski is preparing for the premiere of the first major Saudi opera “Zarqa Al-Yamama” on April 25




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