Goran Nachevski (Baritone)
Goran Nachevski was born in Skopje on 17.04.1978. In 2000, he has got MgA. degree of Composition at the Music faculty in Prague in the class of Prof. Dr. Milan Slavicky. In 2001, he has got MgA. degree of Solo singing at the same faculty in the class of Prof. Rene Tuchek. In january 2006 he had successfully defended his doctoral dissertation work at the Music faculty in Prague in the field of Music theory with specialization of Theory of Composition. Since 2006 he is a first role baritone soloist at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet. At the moment, Nachevski works as a full professor of music theory with composition and opera singing at the Music faculty in Skopje. Main works: Ballad for the time, The beginning of autumn, Three religious songs (cycles for baritone and piano), String Trio, Wind Quintet, Scherzo for piano, Fantasy for organ, Elegy for strings (winner of the Gideon Klein prize), Overture Hradebni for orchestra, Like a Prayer – cantata for baritone and orchestra (performed in Rudolfinum Prague with the composer as soloist), Gospodi pomiluj.Amen. for mixed choir, The Decision for orchestra (doctoral artistic work, 2003), Six conversations and Fugue for violin and piano, Five etudes for trumpet and harp, String quartet (2008), Five sketches for violin and cello (2010), the chamber opera “Between dreams and flights” (world premiere at National Opera and Ballet in 2018) etc. Roles: Conte di Luna (Il Trovatore), Germont (Traviata), Amonasro (Aida), Renato (Un Ballo in Maschera), Don Carlo (La forza del destino), Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor), Taddeo (Italiana in Algeri), Belcore (L’elisir d’amore), Marcello (La Boheme), Sharpless (Madama Butterfly), Tonio (Pagliacci), Alfio (Cavalleria Rusticana), Crnoljub (Car Samuil), Estoban (Der Zwerk by Zemlinsky), Silas (Lidia from Macedonia), the baritone solo in Carmina Burana. Significant performances: full evening recital at Ohrid Summer Festival in 2009; guest singer as Marcello in La Boheme at HNK Zagreb in 2010; full evening recital at Composers Tribune 2011 in Belgrade, full evening recital of Dvorak and Rahmaninov songs at Skopje City Museum in 2018.