Ayla Dobreva

Ayla Dobreva


Ayla Dobreva was born on December 17, 1990 in Moscow, Russia.

In 2005 graduated from the Scriabin School of Music with a major in piano. In 2012 graduated from the "Scriabin" and "Beethoven" music schools, majoring in classical singing.

In 2017 obtained a bachelor's degree in the specialty "Artist of the musical theater" in the class of V. Mirzoev, in the vocal faculty of the Russian Institute of Theater Art GITIS.

Works and participates in master classes of vocal teachers and conductors:

Olga Mironova - associate professor from RITI GITIS;

Tatiana Yatsenko - soloist of Arbat Opera and Moscow Academic Chamber Theatre;

With the great opera singer Anna Tomova-Sintova, she prepared the parts of Naiad and Zerbinetta from the opera "Ariadne on Naxos" by Strauss.

Stanislav Milashev - docent and conductor at the Moscow Conservatory.

Roles and participations

In 2016, she debuted in the role of Pamina in Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute" at the KUB Theater.

In 2017, she made her debut in the role of Zerlina in Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" at the RITI GITIS theater.

In 2018, he participated and received a diploma at the First Open Festival dedicated to Aida Isakova in Rachmaninov's home, Moscow.

In July 2019, she made her debut at Sofia Opera and Ballet in the role of Seductress in Wagner's opera Parsifal. Then she performed the role of Voglinda from Wagner's opera "Rhine Gold". In the same year, he became a laureate of the 1st degree in the contest of Russian romances "Balkan Romance".

In 2021, she performed the role of Maid in Strauss's opera "Electra".

In April 2022 debuted in the role of Naiad in the opera "Ariadne on Naxos" by Strauss at the Sofia Opera and Ballet. In November 2022 performed the roles of Masha and Prilepa in Tchaikovsky's opera The Lady of Spades.

In February 2023 debuted in the role of Clorinda in the opera "Cinderella" at Sofia Opera and Ballet.

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