Opera
Olga Obukhova
Valentina Tsygankova
Nadezhda Nesterova
Daria Shuvalova
Julia Shagdurova
Irina Churilova
Irina Novikova
Julia Nikiforova
Olga Kolobova
Veronika Dzhioeva
Lidia Bondarenko
Olga Babkina
Svetlana Tokareva
Ekaterina Marzoeva
Galina Kuznetsova
Olga Egudina
Tatiana Gorbunova
Maria Belokurskaya
Timofey Dubovitsky
Mikhail Agafonov
Roman Zavadsky
Kirill Nifontov
Vladimir Kuchin
Sergey Kuzmin
Jury Komov
Evgeniy Kozyrev
Victor Ditenbir
Oleg Videman
Maksim Golovachyov
Pavel Yankovsky
Karen Movsesyan
Andrey Isakov
Alexey Zelenkov
Sergey Zakharov
Valery Gordeev
Maxim Aniskin
Andrey Triller
Vladimir Ognev
Nikolay Loskutkin
Alexey Laushkin
Shagdar Zonduev
Konstantin Buinov
Lubov Salaeva
Tatiyana Smyslova
Alexey Novikov
Irina Nemova
Ekaterina Misyura
Mikhail Mischenko
Tatiyana Epishina

Baritones

Maxim Aniskin

Laureate of an all-Russian competition

Graduated from the State musical-pedagogical institute named after M. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov (2005, class of professor Y.N. Saveliev).

Mr. Aniskin is a guest soloist with the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, made his debut with the part of Marcello (“La Boheme” by Verdi). He made his first appearance on the stage of Teatro Real (Madrid) performing Robert (“Iolanta” by Tchaikovsky) in the 2011/2012 season.

Debuts in Klagenfurt (Austria) performing Macbeth (“Macbeth” by Verdi) and Metropolitan-opera (New-York) with the part of Sir Riccardo (“Puritans” by Bellini) in the 2013/2014 season.

Mr. Aniskin is with the Novosibirsk opera and ballet theatre since 2006. He has performed parts of Grigory Gryaznoy (“The Tsar’s Bride” by Rimsky-Korsakov), Aleko (“Aleko” by Rachmaninoff), Count (“The Marriage of Figaro” by Mozart), Rodrigo (“Don Carlos” by Verdi), Tadeusz (“The Passenger” by Weinsberg) on the stage of the Novosibirsk opera and ballet theatre. He participated in the performance of the “War Requiem” by Britten together with Royal Northern Simfonia chamber orchestra. Toured in South Korea, Thailand with the company of the theatre.

Repertoire:
Prince Igor (“Prince Igor” by Borodin)
Onegin (“Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky)
Rigoletto (“Rigoletto” by Verdi)
Yeletsky, Tomsky, Zlatogor (“The Queen of Spades” by Tchaikovsky)
Robert (“Iolanta” by Tchaikovsky)
Scarpia (“Tosca” by Puccini)
Giorgio Germont (“La Traviata” by Verdi)
Marcello. Schaunard (“La Boheme” by Puccini)
Sharpless (“Madama Butterfly” by Puccini)
Escamillo. Morales (“Carmen” by Bizet)

The I award laureate of the all-Russian competition named after M. Ippolitov-Ivanov (2005).

Coming soon

The Queen of Spades. The Game
opera in three acts, seven scenes
Tomsky
La traviata
opera in two acts
Giorgio Germont