Orchestra
Elena Makarova
Vladimir Sharifullin
Eldar Nagiev
Ekaterina Sivtsova
Ekaterina Moshkova
Tatiana Vostryakova
Anita Marchuk
Evgenia Ivanova
Anna Guryeva
Elena Uskova
Natalia Zhuk
Maya Kusailo
Julia Kuzova
Elena Mikhailova
Svetlana Tarasenko
Natalia Kazarnovskaya
Tatiana Ershova
Olga Fayzullina
Polina Kovalchuk
Evgenia Kolesnikova
Violetta Berestenkova
Tatyana Kuznetsova
Sofia Nekrasova
Yulia Kuzmina
Maria Tyutina
Nurdana Egeshova
Artyom Iyutin
Ekaterina Sibiryakova
Marina Averina
Elvira Abramenko
Olga Fridman
Anna Fomicheva
Ekaterina Lyzhina
Karina Pakharukova
Ekaterina Novgorodova
Nikolay Eryomenko
Anna Abanina
Olga Tarkhanova
Lyubov Surkova
Tatiana Dyndina
Viktoria Fedorova
Olga Yurkina
Julia Guryanova
Valentina Mordvinova
Daria Pack
Elena Ivaschenko
Elmira Kharina
Evgenia Vlasova
Roman Averin
Larisa Levitskaya
Anton Grishkin
Maria Zueva
Vladislava Markova
Irina Filatova
Valery Tolstykh
Ekaterina Artemieva
Ivan Saltikov
Alyona Kartseva
Vera Lazareva
Olga Kitaikina
Valeria Belyakina
Duman Zhamalkozh
Natalia Sokolova
Mikhail Shakirov
Irina Temirbaeva
Natalia Nagibneva
Dmitry Ivantsov
Vladimir Ishunkin
Lyudmila Romanova
Igor Lomatchenko
Darya Maklashova
Vladimir Fridman
Zoya Urakova
Ekaterina Uspenskaya
Aleksandra Onuchak
Vasily Kulagin
Sergey Kamyshev
Kristina Guskova
Roman Stepanov
Evgeny Lyzhin
Andrey Korotchenkov
Evgeny Kuznetsov
Roman Votyakov
Natalia Goncharova
Vladimir Dranitsa
Ilya Kolotovkin
Tatiana Yankovskaya
Sergey Brodsky
Alla Melekhova
Yakov Nagovitsin
Olga Lisovitskaya
Natalia Obogrelova
Daria Mordvinova
Pavel Kozhin
Dmitry Ivanenko
Sergey Zaytsev
Nikolay Levashov
Sophia Afanasieva
Arkady Makarov
Alexander Biryukov
Igor Balobolka
Vladimir Buzhigeev
Konstantin Molodsov
Nikolay Shevchenko
Jury Gukovsky
Valentina Popova
Konstantin Usov
Ilya Karmanov
Natalya Yakimenko
Arsen Sarkazak
Vladislav Filipenko
Igor Koscheev
Andrey Sivtsov
Buyan Baikara
Matvei Filimonchenko
Dmitry Lykhin
Mikhail Sokolov
Nikolai Borisov
Sergey Yakovlev
Pavel Burkov
Vladimir Pavlik
Alexander Teplyuk
Ivan Baklanov
Ivan Lazarev
Anton Masloboev
Beibit Mukhamedin
Anton Ermolovich
Luisa Gimatdinova
Yury Duykov
Dmitry Klyauster
Ivan Kozin
Viktor Ogorodnikov
Alexander Shestakov
Denis Kostin
Svyatoslav Karagedov
Egor Kobelev
Sergey Afonasevich
Vladimir Vysotin
Grigory Eroshkin
Timofei Temirbaev
Stanislav Kosvintsev
Roman Oslopov
Roman Matusevich
Tatiana Kuchina

Guest conductors

Alexey Bogorad

Alexey Bogorad is a rising young resident conductor of Moscow's acclaimed Bolshoi Theatre. His 2011 triumph at the Lovro von Matacic International Conducting Competition in Zagreb pushed him to the front ranks of today's generation of European conducting talent.

Born to a family of musicians, Maestro Bogorad started studying music at the age of three. After completing Moscow's prestigious Central Music School, he first studied clarinet and then studied conducting with Maestro Gennady Rozhdestvensky at the Moscow State Conservatory. In 2009 he completed his conducting studies with honors, including master classes with Mikhail Jurowsky and Colin Metters.

In 2010, Bogorad was awarded a fellowship by the American Academy of Conducting to study and perform at the Aspen Music Festival under Music Director Robert Spano. In the same year, he won second prize and special recognition from the Ukraine National Symphony in the Stefan Turchak International Conducting Competition in Kiev. Also in 2010, he was selected by Maestro Vladimir Jurowsky to be assistant conductor of the Svetlanov State Symphony Orchestra.

An experienced solo clarinetist and chamber musician, Bogorad was a principal player of the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra from 1997 to 2011. In addition, he was a soloist of Mikhail Pletnev's Russian National Orchestra from 2001 to 2012.

Recognized for his mastery in conducting opera and ballet repertoire, Maestro Bogorad leads a wide range of programs at the Bolshoi. His opera experience includes Glinkas Ruslan and Ludmila; Rimsky-Korsakovs May Night and The Tsars Bride; Tchaikovskys Iolanta, Evgeny Onegin and The Queen of Spades; Prokofievs The Fiery Angel; Mozarts Don Giovanni; Wagners The Flying Dutchman; Puccinis Madame Butterfly, Tosca and La Boheme; Ravels LEnfant et les Sortileges; and Alban Bergs Wozzeck.

Of the ballet repertoire, he has conducted Giselle, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Raymonda, Cinderella, Don Quixote, Bayadere, Jewels, La Sylphide and Marco Spada, which among other Bolshoi productions led by Bogorad, was widely broadcast by Bel Air Classiques. He has worked with such artists as Svetlana Zakharova, Albina Shagimuratova, and Natalia Gutman.

Regularly invited to conduct the Svetlanov State Symphony Orchestra, Bogorad has mastered an extensive symphonic repertoire. With Moscows Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra he has recorded a double CD of classical ballet music for Columbia Records label.

Maestro Bogorad performs as guest conductor at various Russian opera companies and symphony orchestras including the Russian National Orchestra, the St. Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra, and Perm Opera Theatre. In 2013 he substituted for Valery Gergiev conducting the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra during the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg. In 2015 he was honored with an invitation to conduct the piano finals of the XV Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow, live-streamed by Medici TV with more ten millions viewers worldwide.

Outside Russia Bogorad has achieved debuts with the Arctic Philharmonic Orchestra (Norway), Oita Symphony (Japan), Teatro di San Carlo (Naples, Italy), Craiova Opera Theatre (Romania), Belgrade and Prague National Theater.