Blagoj Nacoski has won several international singing contests such as Spiros Argiris of Sarzana in 2003, Città di Alcamo, Rotary in Pescara, Boris Christoff in Rome, as well as the winner of two national singing competitions in Macedonia in 1995 and 1997.
In February 2003, under the direction of the Maestro Daniel Oren, he debuted in the role of Arthur in Lucia di Lammermoor for the direction of Graham Vick at the “Teatro dell'Opera” of Roma.Since then his career has grown rapidly.
Following this he sings the role of Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni of Mozart at the Miskolc Opera Festival in Hungary with Renato Bruson. He sang in the role of Alfredo in La Traviata at Bunka Kaikan Theatre of Tokyo. October 2004 He obtained great reviews from the public and from critics for the new production of Mozart Così fan tutte at Stadttheater in Klagenfurt.
In February 2005 he was Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni in Cagliari and he made his debut in the role of Ernesto (Don Pasquale)at Festival in Miskolc and the role of Conte D’Almaviva (Il Barbiere di Siviglia) at Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa.
In Season 2005/06 he performed the roles of Don Ottavio and Ferrando at Teatro Carlo Felice of Genoa,Ferrando at Oopernhaus of Zurich, Scipione (Il sogno di Scipione)at Staatheater in Klagenfurt, Ferrando at Staatheater in Stuttgart, and in the role of Scipione at Salisburgo Festival (the execution of this work was out in DVD for Deutsche Grammophon).
He sang Die Entführung aus dem Serail in Bruxelles, Il turco in Italia in Trieste and Il Barbiere di Siviglia in Reggio Calabria. Ariadne aus Naxos in Zurig again, and he sang with a great successful Don Giovanni at Tokyo Suntory Hall under the direction of Nicola Luisotti.
He obtained great success singing Otello at Tokyo National Theatre, and A midsummer night’s dream in Bari and Reggio Emilia, while recently he sang Falstaff in Seattle to great acclaim.
Blagoj Nacoski has worked with Conductors such as: Paul Daniel, Julia Jones, Gerard Korsten Nicola Luisotti, Robin Ticciati and Directors such as Graham Vick, Marco Gandini, Christof Loy, Giorgio Gallione, Michael Sturminger, Klaus Zehelein, Denis Krief, Davide Livermore, Marina Bianchi.