Aleksan Chobanov

Aleksan Chobanov
Counter-tenor , Singers


Aleksan begins his musical journey in a children choir in Bulgaria when he is only six years old. Everything develops rather fast, going through the music high school and eventually finishing with double bachelor - violoncello and singing at the academy in his home-city – Plovdiv, Bulgaria. In the mean-time he performs as singer soloist with some of the most acclaimed Bulgarian orchestras, amongst which the Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio and the Orchestra of Plovdiv’s Opera.

In 2016 he finishes his bachelor study in the field of vocal early music at The Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where he studies with Rita Dams, Michael Chance, Jill Feldman, Peter Kooij, Pascal Bertin, Robin Blaze and Dorotheé Mields.

Currently the young counter-tenor continues his education at the master vocal early music program in The Hague and is engaged with various projects including both early and contemporary, sacred and secular music. Recently he performed as soloist in Bach’s B-minor Mass under direction of Ton Koopman in a tour to USA and Netherlands. Soon he will debut in the role of Oberon in Benjamin Britten’s “Midsummer night’s dream” in Helsinki.

During his study Aleksan has the possibility to work and has appeared in performances under the guidance of musicians such as Michael Chance, Kenneth Montgomery, Patrick Ayrton, Peter van Heyghen, Hidemi Suzuki, Charles Toet, Peter Coin, Frans Brüggen, Gilles Michels, Gerard de Wit, Jacques vd Meer and others.

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