Aleksander Teliga

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Aleksander Teliga has gained a reputation as an eminent singer in Poland as well as is reckoned among leading European basses. He graduated from the Vocal and Theatrical Faculty of the Academy of Music in Lvov after having studied in a vocal class under the guidance of the Professor Aleksander Wrabel.

 Since 1989 he has been residing in Poland. The singer cooperates with a great number of Opera Theatres in Argentina, Austria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Oman, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands and USA. He made an appearance in Gran Teatro La Fenice, Venice, Staatsoper Berlin and Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires. He is a frequent guest in Bolshoi Theater in Moscow and La Scala in Milano.

 He takes part in festivals of prestige rank, among others in the Richard Wagner Festival in Bayreuth (Germany), the Opera Festival in St. Margarethen (Austria), Festival Arena di Verona (Italy), the Fiodor Szalapin Festival (Kazan, Russia), the Lorelei Classic Festival (Germany), the Wexford Festival (Ireland).

 Aleksander has co-performed with such singers as: Daniela Dessi, Galina Kalinina, Elena Obraztsowa, Dagmar Schellenberger, Giovanni Bartolini, Kurt Rydl, Paolo Gavanelli, Walter Donati, Dmitrij Hvorostowskij, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Misha Didyk, Vladmir Galuzin under the conductors: Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Jurowski, Daniele Gatti, Daniel Barenboim, Wasilij Synajski, Kazushi Ono, Lukasz Borowicz, Rani Calderon and Gabriel Chmura.

 His artistic attainments cover numerous recordings for the radio and television made in Germany, Italy, Ireland and Poland. The singer has recorded many CDs “The Silesian Philharmonic and its Guests” (Conductor: J. Swoboda and the Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra of Katowice), “Parade of Stars” (Celebrity Symphony Orchestra – Conductor A. Rożbicki, Toronto, Canada) as well as DVDs “Aida” by G. Verdi (Conductor: Giorgio Croci and the Orchestra Stagione d’Opera Italiana), “Nabucco” by G. Verdi (Conductor: Michael Lessky and the Orchestra Junge Philharmoniker Vienna).