"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
Live from Vienna

Live from Vienna


Two of Dmitri's upcoming Verdi performances will be streamed live from the Wiener Staatsoper: Watch him in Un ballo in maschera April 26, and as Simon Boccanegra on June 4.
Featured Playlist: Verdi

Featured Playlist: Verdi


As he prepares to revisit two of his signature roles, watch some of Dmitri's greatest performances in the composer's repertoire in this YouTube playlist.
New Album

New Album


Now available from Ondine: Dmitri's recordings of Shostakovich's Suite on Poems by Michelangelo and Liszt's Petrarca Sonnets, recorded with pianist Ivari Ilja.

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  • Discover Dmitri’s 2016-17 season

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky looks forward to a 2016-17 performance season that includes three engagements with the Wiener Staatsoper, the return of Hvorostovsky and Friends in Moscow and St. Petersburg, his operatic debut with the Bolshoi, a new production of Il trovatore at the Royal Opera House, and a revival of Eugene Onegin at the Metropolitan Opera that will be broadcast worldwide in HD.

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  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky honored with Österreichischer Musiktheaterpreis in Vienna

    Held at Vienna’s Ronacher Theatre, yesterday’s Österreichischer Musiktheaterpreis ceremonies included special honors for Dmitri Hvorostovsky. The Siberian baritone was awarded with the “Golden Papageno” in the ORF III Media category, one of the three special prizes presented annually. The awards, honoring the best of music and theater, are open to all artists who have appeared in an Austrian city, state, or federal theater and are subject to nomination by the theaters themselves.Read More »

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  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Dinara Alieva reunite for Prague gala

    On June 18, Dmitri Hvorostovsky reunites with soprano Dinara Alieva at Smetana Hall in Prague for the pair’s first joint-concert. This follows Dinara’s guest appearance at the latest installment of Hvorostovsky and Friends for Children, held earlier this month at the Bolshoi Theater (which also saw the pair on the same lineup for 2014’s Elena Obraztsova gala).

    Conducted by Constantine Orbelian, the evening will hear arias and duets by Verdi, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and Rubinstein. Click here for ticket information.

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