Andreya Mirchev Tenor

Andreya Mirchev was born in 1999 in Plovdiv, in a family of long-time artists at the Plovdiv State Opera. He completed his secondary education at PGMT "Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov" in the city of Plovdiv. His vocal teacher is the internationally renowned baritone Petar Danailov - director of the Sofia Opera Performing Seminars and the Youth Opera Theater. In November 2018, Andreya Mirchev was the winner of the prestigious international singing competition "Balkan Romance" and was the winner of the special prize "Grand Prix" of the competition. In December of the same year, he participated in the finals of the international competition "Romansiada" in Moscow. In 2018 and 2020, he is an active participant in the international Sofia Opera Performing Seminars, whose Gala concerts are performed in prestigious concert halls and opera houses in Bulgaria. Since October 2019, Andreya Mirchev is a full-time student of classical singing at the National Academy of Music "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" - Sofia, in the class of Prof. Elitsa Neshevska.

He has an active concert activity in Sofia, Varna, and Plovdiv.

In the fall of 2019, he was engaged in a professional opera troupe and participated as a soloist in a number of performances of the troupe in dozens of cultural centers in Germany, some of which: Kevelaer Konzerthaus, Schwetzingen Theater, Spain Auditorio Nacional de Música Madrid Palacio de la Opera Coruña, Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones de Galicia Auditorio de Zaragoza PUENTE KURSAAL – Kursaal, San Sebastian Coliseu dos Recreios Lisbon and others. etc.

In Bulgaria, Andreya Mirchev develops an active concert activity in Sofia, Plovdiv, Sliven, Varna, etc.

His operatic repertoire includes the complete parts of:

Alfredo from "La Traviata" - Giuseppe Verdi,

Nemorino from "Love Elixir" - Gaetano Donizetti,

Rodolfo from "Bohemia" - Giacomo Puccini,

Lo sposo deluso -Don Azdrubale -V. A. Mozart

Vestas Feuer - Small - Ludwig van Beethoven

In the chamber and cantata-oratorio genre, he successfully performs works by Rossini, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Pancho Vladigerov, Parashkev Hadjiev, and Italian canzonets.

Andreya Mirchev has recordings for Bulgarian National Television.