Anna Tomowa-Sintow

Doctor Honoris Causa NMA 

Born in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, Anna Tomowa-Sintow began her musical path very early, starting with the piano at the age of six. Ten years later she won her first national singing competition which led to her entering the National Conservatory of Sofia. There, she studied voice with Prof. Zlatev-Tcherkin and the soprano, Katja Spiridonowa. She graduated from the conservatory with a diploma in voice and piano, performing, for her master class finals, on stage for the first time Tatjana in Tchaikowsky's "Eugene Onegin".


Tutors through the years

Prof. Dmitri Bashkirov
Prof. Mincho Minchev
Anna Tomowa-Sintow
Prof. Henri Sigfridsson
Anna Vandi
Cesare Scarton
Santa Cecilia Opera Studio
Prof. Joaquín Clerch
Prof. Michael Roll
Prof. Mie Miki
Prof. Alexander Hülshoff
Prof. Jone Kaliunaite
Prof. Niek de Groot
Prof. Xenia Jankovic
Prof. Nahum Shtarkman
Prof. Catherine Vickers
Prof. Boris Bloch
Prof. Pierre Feit
Prof. Christian Rieger
Prof. Frank Lloyd
Tatiana Koleva
Prof. Manfred Lindner
Prof. Mikhail Voskresensky
Prof. Andras Adorjan
Prof. Robert Cohen

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