Originally from Bulgaria, Georgi Sztojanov (1985) grew up in Hungary, and lives and studies currently in The Hague, The Netherlands.
He obtained his first master degree in composition from Liszt Ferenc Music Academy Budapest (2009), and his second from The Royal Conservatory Den Haag (2012), where he is currently studying Classical Singing as Major and Conducting as Minor.
His works exhibit a wide spectrum of genres and styles: from opera to oratorio, vocal to instrumental, songs, choir works, ensembles and solos, music theatre pieces, applied music for theatre and film.
His opera, ‘Sinking’, was premiered by the Dutch National Opera Academy in January 2013.
His pieces were performed by Asko|Schönberg Ensemble, Amadinda, Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra and Children’s Choir, Ensemble Royaal, MAE and many more on festivals such as Dag in de Branding (Den Haag), Greenwhich Early Music Festival, Making New Waves and IKZE.
As a singer his experience is also diverse: from bel canto to alternative, from early music to modern premieres, from baritone and tenor to countertenor and sopranist, as soloist and in ensembles and choirs.
He is also a vocal and instrumental improviser (violin, keyboards, flute, percussion).