"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
Next: Recital in Almaty

Next: Recital in Almaty


Dmitri Hvorostovsky continues his autumn concert season with a recital in Almaty.
Charity concert at State Kremlin Palace this weekend

Charity concert at State Kremlin Palace this weekend


This Saturday, Dmitri Hvorostovsky returns to Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace for a special charity concert. Proceeds from the event will go to support orphans, children with serious illnesses, and families in need.
Now on Instagram and Vkontakte

Now on Instagram and Vkontakte


Announcing two additional social media pages for Dmitri: For the latest photos, follow him on Instagram. For Russian updates, follow him on Vkontakte.

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  • “The Bells of Dawn” named BBC Music Magazine featured recording

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s newest album, The Bells of Dawn, is November’s featured recording for Choral & Song in BBC Music Magazine. Released in September on Ondine, The Bells of Dawn features the Siberian baritone with the Grand Choir “Masters of Choral Singing” and Lev Kontorovich exploring 19th-century religious and folk songs.

    “This richly beautiful music, little known in the West, suits Hvorostovsky’s bass-baritone to a T, its dark creamy texture and plush legato still well preserved,” writes BBC Music’s Michael Scott Rohan. “And he delivers the solos with an appropriately un-operatic authority and intensity of feeling.”

    Click here to add The Bells of Dawn to your album collection and digital library.

    Click here to listen to “I Walk My Path Alone.”

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  • Recital in Almaty

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky continues his autumn concert season with a performance in Almaty (October 21). The Siberian baritone appears in the Kazakh metropolis for a recital with longtime artistic collaborator Ivari Ilja at Almaty’s Palace of the Republic. The program will be a signature mix of opera arias, Russian repertoire, and Neapolitan songs.

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  • Dmitri returns to Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace for charity concert

    This Saturday, Dmitri Hvorostovsky returns to Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace for a special charity concert. Proceeds from the event will go to support orphans, children with serious illnesses, and families in need. The program reunites Dmitri with his frequent artistic collaborator Constantine Orbelian as well as the chorus and orchestra of the Novaya Opera and soloists from the “Creative School” master class. Click here for ticket information.

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