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"He is sending aficionados the world over into a collective swoon." - VANITY FAIR
2015-16 season return to Carnegie Hall

2015-16 season return to Carnegie Hall


As announced yesterday by Carnegie Hall, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will return to Stern Auditorium as part of the legendary venue’s 125th anniversary season.
Next: Role debut as Rubinstein’s Demon

Next: Role debut as Rubinstein’s Demon


Dmitri Hvorostovsky makes his next operatic appearance in Moscow at the end of this month. The occasion will mark the Siberian baritone’s role debut in Rubinstein’s The Demon.
Celebrating Irina Arkhipova January 20

Celebrating Irina Arkhipova January 20


Dmitri Hvorostovsky will join the greater Russian music community in celebrating what would have been the 90th anniversary of Irina Arkhipova on January 20.

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  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky returns to Carnegie Hall for solo recital in 2015-16 season

    As announced yesterday by Carnegie Hall, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will return to Stern Auditorium as part of the legendary venue’s 125th anniversary season. On February 17, 2016, the Siberian baritone joins longtime recital partner Ivari Ilja for a program that is set to include songs by Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Richard Strauss.

    Dmitri was last heard at Carnegie in 2013 when he gave a recital of Rachmaninoff romances and selections from Sviridov’s St. Petersburg, also with Ivari Ilja.

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  • Dmitri makes his role debut as Rubinstein’s Demon January 30 – February 5

    Following a return to the role of Renato in Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera earlier this season at Covent Garden, Dmitri Hvorostovsky makes his next operatic appearance in Moscow at the end of this month. The occasion will mark the Siberian baritone’s role debut in Rubinstein’s The Demon.

    In semi-staged performances given January 30, February 2, and February 5, Dmitri will sing the haunting and seductive title role under the baton of Mikhail Tatarnikov and with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia accompanying. Also featured in the cast are soprano Asmik Grigorian, contralto Larisa Kostyuk, countertenor Vadim Volkov, tenor Vasily Efimov, and basses Alexander Tsymbalyuk and Dmitry Skorikov. Dmitry Bertman directs.

    Click here to watch Dmitri sing the Demon’s famed romance, “Na vazdushnam akeane.”

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  • Celebrating Irina Arkhipova January 20

    On January 20, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will join the greater Russian music community in celebrating what would have been the 90th anniversary of Irina Arkhipova. In honor of his early mentor and world-renowned mezzo-soprano, the Siberian baritone will give a recital of Russian romances set to texts by Pushkin at the Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire.

    Joined by longtime recital partner Ivari Ilja, Dmitri will sing songs of Glinka, Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninoff, along with a selection from Sviridov’s St. Petersburg: A Vocal Poem in dedication of the composer’s centennial. Click here for tickets.

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