Christo Bajew

15 August 1922 Dobromirka, North Bulgria – 26 August 1983 Koblenz

Picture of Christo Bajew
After school, Bajew studied theology. Just before the end of his studies, when he sang a solo during a choir concert, his voice was discovered by the director of the Tobis-Filmgesellschaft Berlin, Graf Moln. Bajew moved to Germany and studied singing at the Musikhochschule Dresden. After singing in Dresden, München und Wiesbaden, Bajew was engaged at the Stadttheater Koblenz from 1949 on. He made guest appearances in German and foreign opera houses. Bajew also sang for the German radio in opera programs. For the radio, he sang in a total of 24 complete operas and operettas. Until 1971, Bajew was each year the focal point of a operetta performance at the Freilichtbühne im Rhein in Koblenz. He had a large repertoire. Since 1962, Bajew was the director of a singing school in Koblenz.
Christo Bajew sings Turandot: Keiner schlafe
In RA format
Reference for the biographical notes: Kutsch-Riemens.

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