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The tenor Nedialko Penev Peev
learned from Michaela Krämer and studied for three years under Prof. Henner Leyhe.
In 2017 he completed his master's degree in the class of Prof. Mechthild Georg
at the Cologne University of Music and Dance.
He participated in master classes with Johannes Martin Kränzle, Thomas Johannes Meyer,
Kai Wessel, Thomas Piffka, Arthur Janzen, Denette Whitter, Thomas Heyer and Judith Lindenbaum.

Among his performed works are W.A. Mozart's "Magic Flute",
B. Britten's "Rejoice in the Lamb" and "Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings."
"Missa Criolla" by A. Ramirez, "Missa Brevis" by Z. Kodaly
or also J.V. Meder's "St. Matthew Passion".
The works of J.S. Bach constitute an important part of his repertoire.

Important places of performance were for example the Cologne and Altenberg Cathedrals,
as well as the Paul's Church in Frankfurt.

The filmmaker Itay Marom has presented a documentary film about his education at festivals
and exhibitions in Tel Aviv, Leipzig, Düsseldorf and New York (MoMA).

Collaborations with conductors such as Eberhard Metternich, Daniel Barenboim, Kornelia Kupski,
Markus Stenz, Horst Meinardus and François-Xavier Roth and directors such as Paul Carr,
Oliver Kloeter, Paul Esterhazy and Michael Hampe enrich his career.
© Nedialko Peev 2017-2021
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