"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
Ready for 2016

Ready for 2016


Dmitri looks forward to a 2016 calendar that includes Verdi at the Wiener Staatsoper, a European concert tour with Dmitri Liss, and North American recitals with Ivari Ilja.
“A hero’s welcome” in Eugene Onegin

“A hero’s welcome” in Eugene Onegin


Dmitri's return to Covent Garden was met with acclaim, adding to praise for his recordings and performances of 2015.
New Album

New Album


Ondine releases Dmitri's recordings of Shostakovich's Suite on Poems by Michelangelo and Liszt's Petrarca Sonnets, recorded with pianist Ivari Ilja, November 13.

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  • Tallinn Recital with Ivari Ilja

    On January 24, Dmitri Hvorostovsky reunites with Ivari Ilja in his longtime collaborator’s hometown of Tallinn. The pair give a recital at the Estonian capital’s Nordea Kontserdimaja with works by Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, and Richard Strauss.

    Dmitri and Ivari take their recital program to the United States in February with appearances at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Koerner Hall in Toronto, and Lyric Opera of Chicago. The pair also recently released a new album on Ondine with works by Liszt and Shostakovich.Read More »

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  • In concert at Royal Opera House Muscat

    Following his run in London in Eugene Onegin, Dmitri Hvorostovsky turns to Oman for a special concert at another Royal Opera House — the ROH Muscat. Joined by the Orchestra of Teatro Carlo Felice Genoa and conductor Constantine Orbelian, Dmitri offers a program of arias with selections from The Demon, The Queen of Spades, Aleko, and Prince Igor in the first half. In the second part of the program, Dmitri journeys from Russia to Italy for selections from William Tell, Un ballo in maschera, Il trovatore, and Rigoletto.

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  • A “hero’s welcome” at Covent Garden

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s return to the Royal Opera House was met with resounding acclaim as the Siberian baritone continues his run in Eugene Onegin.

    “The hero’s reception Hvorostovsky received when it was over was richly deserved,” wrote The Guardian. “His voice remains terrific in its warmth, technical assurance and expressive range, and his performance as Tchaikovsky’s tragically deluded hero is exceptional even by his own high standards. His Onegin is charismatic and provocative, yet frightened of his own and other people’s emotions until realisation dawns too late.”Read More »

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