Stephanie Atanasov

Stephanie Atanasov

Biographie / biography

Stephanie Atanasov was born in Vienna, on June 4th in 1983 and graduated from the Vienna Conservatory in 2004. An outstanding talent and prize winner in several music competitions, she was awarded a scholarship by the Académie Musicale de Villecroze during the 04/05 season.

Continuing her vocal training in several master classes, she is currently coached by Christa Ludwig and Elisabeth Wilke.

After first engagements as Sandmann in "Hänsel und Gretel" at the Volksoper Wien, Don Ramiro in "La Finta Giardiniera" at Schloss Schönbrunn and Mercedes in "Carmen" at the St. Marghareten Festival, she became a member of the ensemble of the Saxon State Opera “Semperoper” in Dresden in 2005.

At the Semperoper, she made her stage debut in the role of Annio in Mozart’s "La clemenza di Tito". During the past seasons, she sang many other roles, including Meg Page/"Falstaff", Page der Herodias/"Salome", 2. Dame/"Die Zauberflöte", Mercedes/"Carmen", Cherubino/"Le nozze di Figaro", Hänsel/ "Hänsel und Gretel", Orlofsky/"Die Fledermaus", Tebaldo/"Don Carlo", Meroe/"Penthesilea", Dryade/"Ariadne auf Naxos", Valencienne/"Die Lustige Witwe" and Dorabella/"Cosi fan tutte".
She was also heard as Cherubino in "Le nozze di Figaro" at the Opéra National de Montpellier, and made her debut at the 2008 edition of the Salzburg Festival as 2nd Waldnymphe in "Rusalka".
In September 2008, she won the third prize at the Dresden “Competizione dell’ Opera”.
In January 2009 she successfully gave her debute as Octavian/Rosenkavalier at the Opera Kiel. She was also seen as Octavian at the Deutsche Oper Berlin under the baton of Donald Runnicles in February 2010.
She performed Rosina in a new production of “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” by Michael Hampe at the theater of Bremen in March 2010. Also in March 2010 she debuted at Vienna Musikverein as Marguerithe in Berlioz´ “La Damnation de Faust” under the baton of Fabio Luisi.
In May 2010 she interpreted the role of Cherubino at the Staatsoper Berlin.
In June 2010 she sang the part of Siebel in Gounod´s “Faust” in a new production by Keith Warner at Dresden Semperoper.
In Summer 2010 she appeared again at the Salzburg Festival where she sang the Mezzo part in Mozart´s Missa in c-minor for the Festival Opening conducted by Ivor Bolton, and furtheron sang the 3rd Maid Servant in Strauss´ “Elektra”, conducted by Daniele Gatti.
In October 2010 she sang Sesto in Handel´s “Giulio Cesare” at Dresden Semperoper. Her recent debutes in Dresden were Dido in Purcell´s “Dido and Aneas” in December, and Smeton in “Anna Bolena” in June 2011.
In September 2011 she sang Rosina at Dresden Semperoper, followed by her debute as Zerlina in Don Giovanni at the Brucknerfest Linz 2011.
In 2012 her debutes were Rosina at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf in March 2012, and in November 2012 she sang Ramiro in Hans Neuenfels´ new production of Mozart´s La Finta Giardiniera at the Staatsoper Berlin. There she sang also Rosina (Barbier) in 2013.
In the season 2013/14 she sang Ramiro (La Finta Giardiniera) in Staatsoper Berlin, where she also sings in Salome (Page) and Le vin herbe. In the same season she sings Octavian (Rosenkavalier) in Riga and Klagenfurt and Komponist (Ariadne auf Naxos) in Kiel.

Stephanie Atanasov

Stephanie Atanasov

Newsletter vom 10.04.2015 um 10:41

Stephanie Atanasov singt die Partie der Heswin aus Emma und Eginhard an der Staatsoper Berlin unter dem Dirigat von René Jacobs mit Vorstellungen am 26. und 29.April, sowie am 2., 8. und 10. Mai 2015 Änderungen vorbehalten


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