Education and achievements
Stanislava Vazharova graduated classical singing at the Music Academy "P. Vladigerov ", Sofia and received a master's degree in opera singing from the Guidhall School of Music and Drama, London, where she received a full scholarship. Stanislava focused her dissertation on Visual artistic stimuli in the composition and performance. In 2004-2005, she studied at the prestigious Kidzana Academy in Siena, Italy, with opera singer Raina Kabaivanska, where she received an Emma Contestible Emmy. Stanislava was awarded the first prize at the international contest "Emmy Desert" 2004 London and was the finalist of Susan Longfield and Villar Young Artist in Covent Garden, London.
Stanislava has had recitals at Saint John Smith's Square in London, Osaka Grand Hall and Suntory Hall (Japan), National Palace of Culture and Bulgaria Hall at Sofia Musical Weeks and so on. In 2003, Stanislava presented a series of Italian recitals in Beirut on the occasion of the Euro-Arab conference. In 2012 she and pianist Christopher Pitas recorded a CD for the Bulgarian National Radio.
As a vocal pedagogue
Stanislava has been teaching for 13 years and hundreds of students, children and adults have passed through her hands. It uses a system to help the student free his voice and gain vocal confidence and self-confidence as a performer. She trained as a Vocal Nosh and Brain gym system pedagogue. She has taught in the prestigious Ethniko Odio, Athens, Greece and often traveled to London to teach and teach master classes at First Musical Académy. In 2008, Stanislava was invited to run a series of opera workshops for the Glow Theater, which ended with opera performances.
Recently, Stanislava was invited to run a series of penny seminars for children and adults at Casa Del Teatro in Thessaloniki, Greece.
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