|Year of Birth:||1988|
Tereza Gevorgyan (Armenian: Թերեզա Գևորգյան; born 1988) is an Armenian soprano.
Tereza Gevorgyan studied in the Yerevan State Conservatoire with Rafael Akopyants. At the moment she studies with Lillian Watson and Jonathan Papp at the Royal Academy of Music, where she finished her Master of Arts with Distinction DipRAM, studied with Diane Forlano, and where she is now part of the opera course. She is grateful for the generous support of the Raffy Manoukian Scholarship. At the age of eight, Gevorgyan entered Alexander Spendiaryan’s junior school of music to study piano. Later she transferred to the senior college, where she began studying classical singing.
Gevorgyan has won several vocal competitions in Armenia. In November 2006 she took part in Tatevik Sazandaryan's solo performers national contest, where she won two prizes: "Special" and "Hope". Two years later in November 2008 she competed in Gohar Gasparyan's solo performers' contest, where she won the Gohar Gasparyan prize. In April 2009 she advanced to the final stage of the Hans Gabor Belvedere auditions in Vienna, Austria. Gevorgyan also won first prize in the Ludmilla Andrew Russian Song Prize at the Royal Academy of Music. At the Royal Academy of Music, Gevorgyan was awarded the Douglas Samuel and Birdie Matthews Award.
In opera she already performed Serafina Il campanello, Serpina in La serva padrona, Fanni in La cambiale di matrimonio (National Opera Studio in Armenia), Maria Bertram in Mansfield Park (Royal Academy of Music). Recently she has sung the title role in the Armenian opera Anoush (The Tabernacle). She also sang in many opera scenes as Elvira in I puritani, Countess Adèle Le comte Ory, Agnes in The Growing Castle, Antonia in The Tales of Hoffmann and Miss Wingrave in Owen Wingrave. Gevorgyan was one of 12 young singers selected for the 2011 season Georg Solti Academy in Tuscany, having intensive training with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Sir Thomas Allen. During the course she had concerts in Tuscany and Florence. In 2011, Gevorgyan recorded an Italian song for the 100th birthday celebration CD of Georg Solti, which was produced by Richard Bonynge.