Seljan Nasibli completed her studies at The Royal College of Music, where she graduated with a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance. Previously she completed an International Baccalaureate in Oxford where she received third place in the Oxford Music Festival Competition.
Recent engagements include her debut at King’s Place singing Donde estas hermano? by Luigi Nono as part of the Schönberg Festival, her début at the Barbican Hall (London) as a soloist in a tribute to the Azerbaijani composer Niyazi, Debussy Three Nocturnes for the Lutoslawski Centenary ‘Woven Words’ at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall and the role of second soprano in the opera ARAHNES by Jan Gorjanc at London’s Cadogan Hall. She toured France as Donna Anna DON GIOVANNI with Westminster Opera, sang Violetta LA TRAVIATA with the Oxford Alternative Orchestra, performed in FALSTAFF with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the European Opera Centre, debuted at the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg with the Taurida State Symphonic Orchestra, made her debut as Pamina DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE with the National Opera Center in New York at Carnegie Hall and sang the title role NATAVAN by by Vasif Adigozalov at the Baku Opera House. Recent engagements include Natalia OPRICHNIK with Chelsea Opera Group at Cadogan Hall (London).
Seljan recently released Femmes Fatales – Soprano Heroines from the Orient with the Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra on the Naxos Label, a disc of vocal music including Barber Andromache’s Farewell and Ravel Shéhérazade.