In his next concert, Symphonieta – Shumen puts the musical and the operetta under the spotlight. The November 9 program includes arias from these crowd favorites. We will hear them performed by two singers who started their musical journey from Shumen – Yana Vasileva and Madeleine Tsankov. Both are natives of our city, but their path takes them to the capital, where they are successfully realized.
Yana Vasileva began her training in classical singing with Nedka Telbizova at the Anastas Stoyanov Art School in Shumen. Then he continued his education at the National Academy of Music “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov” and is currently a full-time doctoral student. She was a soloist with the Sofia Philharmonic, the Sofia Symphony, the Shumen Symphony and the Svetoslav Obretenov Symphony Orchestra. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Svetoslav Obretenov National Philharmonic Choir.
Madeleine Tsankov’s musical journey began during her school years as part of the ensembles of the Bodra Pesen Choir and the Simeonis Mixed Choir in Shumen. Logically, he then continued his education at the National Academy of Music “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov”, where he is currently a doctoral student. For 5 years now, Madeleine has been part of the composition of the National Musical Theater “Stefan Makedonski” and takes part in various performances and concerts of the theater. The role of the businesswoman in the musical “The Little Prince – The Journey of the Rose” is an example of one of them, and on Thursday we will be able to see her on stage in the “Prof. Veneta Vicheva”.
The concert “Musical and Operetta” will be led by the chief conductor of the Symphony Lubomir Denev-sin. You will immerse yourself in the fascinating melodies of both famous international composers and contemporary Bulgarian authors. You will hear familiar compositions by authors such as Strauss, Kalman, Bernstein, Weber, while discovering works by the likes of Emelina Gorcheva-Dimova and Lyubomir Denev. The performance starts at 18:35, hall “Prof. Veneta Vicheva”. Tickets will be sold at the venue one hour before the concert.