Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Dmitri Hvorostovsky to make role debut in The Demon

Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who just gets sexier with every passing year, will be making his role debut in Rubinstein’s The Demon from January 30 – February 5 at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall  in Moscow. The performance will be led maestro Mikhail Tatarnikov with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia.

Dmitri Hvorostovsky sings music from the The Demon and Don Giovanni:

Joining him in the semi-staged production will be fellow barihunk Alexander Tsymbalyuk, soprano Asmik Grigoryan, contralto Larisa Kostyuk, countertenor Vadim Volkov, tenor Vasily Yefimov,and bass Dmitry Skorikov. Ticket information is available online.

Alexander Tsymbalyuk can currently be seen at the Bavarian State Opera in Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor. Hvorostovsky is singing Renato in Verdi's Un ballo in maschera at the Royal Opera House in London. He'll return to the opera in May at the Metropolitan Opera in the role of Count Anckarström.

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