|Roberto Tagliavini, Andrei Jilihovschi and Alessio Arduini|
The new staging is set a century from now, “in a future devoid of hope in which love and art become the sole means of transcendence.”
|Paris Opera's La bohème (photo: © Bernd Uhlig/OnP)|
Andrei Jilihovschi, who is new to this site, was born in Moldavia in 1985 and studied music at the Stefan Neaga College in Chisinau, specializing in choral direction while also taking voice lessons. He made his stage performance debut at the Conservatory in the title role of Eugene Onegin.
He was a soloist at the Saint Petersburg’s Theatre Mikhailovsky, where he sang the role of Belcore in L’Elisir d’amore, Schaunard in La bohème, Robert in Iolanta, the Prince in Boris Asafiev’s Cinderella, Silvano in Un ballo in maschera, Baron Douphol in La traviata, and Dancaïre in Carmen. This is his debut role with the Paris Opera.
|Gianluca Margheri, Cody Quattlebaum and Ken Mattice|