The 22 year-old Romanian Tenor, Silviu Alexandru Mihaila was born in Bucharest, Romania. He is a prodigiously gifted young singer who embarked on his career as a soloist at the age of nine. From early childhood there was clear that his destiny was the music. Before he received the Entrance Award at the prestigious institution Royal Northern College of Music, where he is currently pursuing a course within the Vocal and Opera Performance department, he attended the «George Enescu» Music High-School, in Bucharest, Romania, where he was vocally trained by the lyric soprano Liliana Dumitrache. Silviu is currently studying under the tutelage of the international acclaimed dramatic tenor David Maxwell Anderson who is at the moment dedicated to the development of the careers of young singers. Childhood had brought Silviu the sign of success. Silviu has released over 100 recordings and has more than 120 stage performances. He won an important number of prizes at national and international vocal competitions, including the «Victor Giuleanu» and «George Georgescu» and has a notable professional experience as a soloist, experience proven on the many European high-profile concert platforms including the Bridgewater Hall, the Romanian Athenaeum, Mihail Jora Concert Hall or the Musical Salon of the Royal Peles Castle in Sinaia, Romania. He also debuted as an opera singer at the RNCM Opera Theatre, performing significant musical moments in operas by Mozart, Piccini and Massenet. He also participated in Masterclasses given by internationally renowned musicians such as Sir John Thomlinson, Christopher Purves, Julius Drake, Anthony Spiri, and David Owen Norris. Silviu Mihaila has made frequent appearances on Radio and Television stations including «Televiziunea Romana» (TVR 1, 2, TVR International), Radio Romania Muzical, TRM-Cultural and NationalTV. His concert diary also includes performances at musical festivals, churches, charity musical events and vocal workshops. He has recently given a pre-concert workshop at the Bridgewater Concert Hall, in Manchester, with Julian Gregory, first violin in the BBC Philharmonic. Silviu’s future engagements include recitals and opera performances in various countries around the globe.