Kamen Tchanev

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Kamen Tchanev (Bulgarian: Камен Чанев) (27 August 1964 – 26 November 2020) was a Bulgarian operatic tenor. He was born in Sliven, Bulgaria. He won the Jussi Björling International Competition for Tenors in 1994.

Tchanev made recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio, RAI-2, Italy and in 1999 he recorded with Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra, Nayden Todorov conducting a CD production for the American label MMO.[1] His career began in 1993.

Tchanev died on 26 November 2020 in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria from COVID-19, aged 56.[2]

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  1. "Italian Tenor Arias with Orchestra". Music Minus One. Retrieved 26 July 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. Bulgarian international opera star Kamen Chanev dies of Covid-19