"He is sending aficionados the world over into a collective swoon." - VANITY FAIR

"He is sending aficionados the world over into a collective swoon." - VANITY FAIR
Fall with Verdi in Paris, concerts in Russia, recital in London

Fall with Verdi in Paris, concerts in Russia, recital in London


Dmitri Hvorostovsky begins his 2014-15 performance season in Paris with a performance of La traviata before touring Russia with Constantine Orbelian and giving a recital with Ivari Ilja in London. A new CD also comes out this September.
Final concert of the summer in Tobolsk

Final concert of the summer in Tobolsk


This weekend, Dmitri Hvorostovsky gives his final concert at the Tobolsk Kremlin, reprising his new program of “Songs by Soviet Composers."
Songs by Soviet Composers at the Novaya Opera

Songs by Soviet Composers at the Novaya Opera


Continuing his summer concert performances in his native Russia, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will appear at the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow on July 16.

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  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky spends fall with Verdi in Paris, concerts in Russia, and recital in London

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky begins his 2014-15 performance season in Paris when he sings Giorgio Germont in Verdi’s La traviata. The Siberian baritone was described as “touching in the extreme” by The Guardian for his recent account of this signature role in London. At the Opéra National de Paris, Dmitri stars opposite Ermonela Jaho as Violetta and Francesco Meli as Alfredo. Dan Ettinger conducts performances that run from September 8 to 24.

    The beginning of September also sees the release of Dmitri’s new album, The Bells of Dawn, a collection of Russian sacred and folk songs, on Ondine. The Bells of Dawn is released in the United Kingdom on September 1, in Germany on September 8, and in the United States on September 9.Read More »

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  • Dmitri reprises Songs of Soviet Composers in Tobolsk

    This weekend, Dmitri Hvorostovsky gives his final concert at the Tobolsk Kremlin. Reprising his new program of “Songs by Soviet Composers,” the Siberian baritone is joined by the Novaya Opera Orchestra and St. Petersburg’s Style of Five folk ensemble under the direction of Constantine Orbelian. Presented as part of the Tyumen Philharmonic’s summer season, the concert takes place on Saturday. Click here for tickets.

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  • Songs by Soviet Composers at the Novaya Opera

    Continuing his summer concert performances in his native Russia, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will appear at the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow on July 16. Performing with the theatre’s eponymous orchestra under conductor Constantine Orbelian, the Siberian baritone offers a concert program titled “Songs by Soviet Composers.” Among the represented composers are Aleksandra Pakhmutova (“Tenderness”), Tikhon Khrennikov (“Moscow Windows”), Vasily Solovyov-Sedoi (the iconic “Moscow Nights”), Yan Frenkel (“Russian Field”), Kirill Molchanov (“Wait for Me”), and Arno Babadzhanyan (“Don’t Hurry”). For ticket information, click here.

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