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Alexey Tikhomirov

bass
Winner of International Competitions

Biography

Alexey Tikhomirov graduated from the Kazan State Conservatoire as an academic chorus conductor in 2003 and as a vocalist in 2006. In 20042006, he was a trainee at the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Singing Centre. Since 2005, he has been a soloist of the Helicon Opera in Moscow. Since 2010, he has been a guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre. Since 2015, he has been a soloist of the New Opera in Moscow.

Alexey Tikhomirov regularly performs in Russia and abroad. He performed Boris in Mussorgskys Boris Godunov at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, Santiago Opera, Ekaterinburg Opera, Flemish Opera, Poznań Opera, Krasnoyarsk Opera, Geneva Opera, Marseille Opera, NOVAT and Gewandhaus, Varlaam in Boris Godunov at the Göteborg Opera, Pimen in Boris Godunov at the Monte Carlo Opera, Il Commendatore in Mozarts Don Giovanni at the Latvian Opera, Santiago Opera, Toulouse Capitole Theatre, De Doelen in Rotterdam and at the Orange Festival, Vodník in Dvořáks Rusalka at the Geneva Opera and Monte Carlo Opera, Thoas in Glucks Iphigénie en Tauride in Geneva and Hamburg, Agamemnon in Glucks Iphigénie en Aulide in Roma, Dodon in Rimsky-Korsakovs Golden Cockrel at La Monnaie, Dusseldorf Opera, Madrid Royal Theatre, and Helicon Opera, Sobakin in Rimsky-Korsakovs Tsars Bride at the Paris Philharmonic Society and at the festival Breath of Baikal, Boris in Shostakovichs Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk in Monte Carlo, São Paulo, Santiago, and Mexico, Ramfis in Verdis Aida at the Opera Queensland and German Opera in Berlin, Wurm in Verdis Luisa Miller and the Old Gypsy in Rachmaninoffs Aleko at the Lyon Opera, the Dutchman in Wagners Der fliegende Holländer in Ekaterinburg, Timur in Puccinis Turandot, Sparafucile in Verdis Rigoletto and the bass role in Verdis Requiem in Santiago, Dosifey in Mussorgskys Khovanshchina at the Flemish Opera, Samuel in Verdis Un ballo in maschera with the Tel-Aviv Philharmonic Orchestra, Bottom in Brittens Midsummer Nights Dream, Thibaut in Tchaikovskys Maid of Orleans, Fasolt in Wagners Das Rheingold and Hunding in Wagners Die Walküre at the Geneva Opera, Méphistophélès in Gounods Faust at the New Opera in Moscow, Oroveso in Bellinis Norma at the Dionysia Opera Festival, Massimiliano in Verdis I masnadieri at the Monte Carlo Opera, Don Basilio in Rossinis Il barbiere di Siviglia at the Orange Festival, Osiride in Rossinis Moses and Pharaoh at the Salzburg Festival, Inquisitor in Prokofievs Fiery Angel and Stolnik in Moniuszkos Halka at the Theatre an der Wien, Sparafucile in Verdis Rigoletto in Marseille and Busseto, Gremin in Tchaikovskys Eugene Onegin at the New Opera in Tokyo, bass roles in Shostakovichs 13th Symphony with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Shostakovichs 14th Symphony with the Florence Philharmonic Society, Cherubinis Mass in E major and Rossinis Stabat Mater at the Musikverein, and Mozarts Vesperae solennes de confessore with the Bavarian Radio Orchestra. The singer performed with recitals in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kirov, Irkutsk, and Tulun. He has cooperated with Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Mikhail Pletnev, Vladimir Spivakov, Mikhail Jurowsky, Vladimir Jurowsky, Dmitry Jurowsky, Gennady Dmitryak, Ilmar Lapinsch, Paulo Arrivabene, Michael Güttler, Kent Nagano, Konstantin Tchudovsky, Laurence Foster, Jan Latham-Koenig, Steven Sloane, Petrika Ionesco, Jean-Romain Vesperini, Mariusz Trelinski, Marcelo Lombardero, Paul Curran, Katharina Thalbach, and other conductors and directors.

At the Mikhailovsky Theatre, the singer has performed Gremin in Eugene Onegin, Vodník in Rusalka, and Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte.

Nearest concerts

14
December, 2023
8:00 pm
Grand Hall:
191186, St. Petersburg, Mikhailovskaya st., 2
+7 (812) 240-01-80, +7 (812) 240-01-00
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191011, St. Petersburg, Nevsky av., 30
+7 (812) 240-01-70
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