In a special announcement from St. Petersburg, Dmitri Hvorostovsky will headline a free gala concert outside of the Hermitage Museum on historic Palace Square. Conducted by Mikhail Tatarnikov, the opera and ballet gala will feature the orchestra and chorus of the Mikhailovsky Theatre. The event celebrates the Federal City Day of St. Petersburg on May 27 and will hear works by Rossini, Verdi, Gounod, Kalman, Léhar, Strauss, and more. Dmitri is joined by a number of operatic luminaries including Dmitri Korchak, Alexey Dolgov, Anna Aglatova, Valentina Nafornita.
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Victory Day Tour
Rigoletto in Vienna
Following a triumphant concert in celebration of the 70th anniversary of Victory Day in Moscow, Dmitri Hvorostovsky continues his War Songs concert tour with stops in Yerevan, St. Petersburg, and Krasnoyarsk.Read More »
Following a month of performances at the Metropolitan Opera, Dmitri Hvorostovsky returns to his native Russia to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Victory Day with concerts in Tyumen, Ekaterinburg, Moscow, and St. Petersburg. The Siberian baritone is joined by longtime collaborator and conductor Constantine Orbelian as well as the Russian Police Choir for these historic concerts of songs from the war years.Read More »