Bio: Pupil of the legendary tenor Maestro Carlo Bergonzi, Telman debuted in the role of Rodolfo in La Boheme by Giacomo Puccini at the Royal Albert Hall, London, and at the Anghiari festival in 2006, Italy.
The soundtrack with his voice by Dario Marianelli in the recent film Anna Karenina by Joe Wright was nominated for Oscar Award and received Ivor Novello Award of 2013. Solo concert at the Medals Plaza of Olympic Games 2014, Sochi in front of 20000 spectators and a world wide broadcast to 40 countries received acclaims.
Telman is the first interpreter of the role of Dion in the world premiere of the opera by Eric Sweeney The Invader, Waterford Royal Theatre & Wexford Opera House, Ireland, 2014. At the World Championship of Performing Arts 2015 in Los Angeles, he was made a recipient of 7 medals ‐ Gold (Opera), Silver (Latin Vocal), Bronze (Acting Classical, Broadway vocal, Contemporary, Open) and a Special Judges’ Award.
Telman is the recipient of Ricordi Opera Studies Prize, 2003, Trinity College of Music, London, recipient of Scholarship from the College. He is also a recipient of Scholarship from Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London.
Recently he has recorded for a Hollywood movie - Amre, where he is singing for three great tenors of the past – Georges Thill, Giovanni Martinelli and Leonid Sobinov, to be released in Spring 2017.
2009 ‐ 2011 “Verdiana Academy” , Italy, with Maestro Carlo Bergonzi.
2006 ‐ 2009 private studies with Ms. Sally Burgess, Royal College of Music, London.
2005 - 2006 Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Postgraduate on scholarship.
2001 ‐ 2004 Trinity College of Music, London. PGD (performance) on scholarship.
English (native), Italian (fluent), Russian (native), Hebrew (fluent), Armenian (fluent), French (advanced).