Boiko Tsvetanov is one of the greatest and most successful tenors of all times, born in Bulgaria.
He is the first, most famous, favorite, and beloved student of Boris Christoff. Maestro Christoff, who did not have children, wanted to make him his heir. With tears in his eyes, Boiko Zvetanov refuses with the words, that his heir is the entire world and his native Bulgaria.
Since 1991 as a member of the Zurich Opera, he has performed every solo part of the standard repertoire for a tenor singer. His debut as a soloist with the National Opera and Ballet in Sofia is in the role of Lindoro in the “The Italian Girl in Algiers”. After he had won the competition for opera singers in Bilbao and Sofia, in 1988 he was invited in Vienna Staatsoper for the roles of the Italian singer in “Capriccio”and “Der Rosenkavalier” by Richard Straus. So was his international career initiated. In 1991, he was already soloist of the prestigious Zurich Opera House. As a guest singer, he has performed in the Opera stages in Munich, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, “Deutsche Oper” Berlin, Vienna, Salzburg, Verona, Barcelona, Valencia, Las Palmas, “Opera de Basti” Paris, Edinburgh, America, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, etc. He has performed in over sixty leading roles more famous among which are: Cavaradossi (Tosca), Calaf (Turandot), Manrico (Troubadour), Radames (Aida), Canio (Pagliacci), Arnoldo (William Tell). He has performed with Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras, Nikolay Gyaurov, Juan Ponce, Samuel Remy, Ruggero Raimondi, Mirella Freni, Katia Ricciarelli, Leo Nucci, Renato Bruson, Gena Dimitrova and under the baton of conductors like Ricardo Shay, Zubin Meta, Nicolas Reskinyo, Carlo Franchi, Lamberto Gardelli, Carlo Franchi, Marcello Viotti, Paolo Carignan, Velzer-Myost, Nello Santini and others.
Boiko Zvetanov sings "Guardate pazzo son" from "Manon Lescaut"
Boiko Zvetanov performs Lenski’s aria “Kuda, Kuda…”(Where, where…) from the opera Evgeni Onegin
Boiko Zvetanov, „Porquoi me reveiller” - Werther, Jules Massenet
Boiko Zvetanov - „Nessun Dorma”
Boiko Zvetanov performs “Let your vision”
Music, arrangement, orchestration and soloist on the grand piano – Alex Zografov