"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
Wait for Me

Wait for Me


Dmitri's new album and the third installment of his songs from the war years, Wait for Me, is released on Delos Records March 10, 2015.
Don Carlo Triumphs

Don Carlo Triumphs


“The splendid Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky brought velvety legato phrasing, virile sound and his distinctive smoky timbre to Rodrigo, Carlo’s loving friend and the king’s troubled adviser.” — The New York Times
New York: Don Carlo and Ballo

New York: Don Carlo and Ballo


Dmitri returns to New York's Metropolitan Opera this spring for performances of Don Carlo (March 30 – April 25) and Un ballo in maschera (April 23 – May 2)

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  • Simon Boccanegra, recorded with Dmitri Hvorostovsky in title role, now available on Delos

    In his second album release of the spring for Delos Music, Dmitri Hvorostovsky headlines a new account of Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra, out today. Recorded with the Kaunas City Symphony Orchestra and Kaunas State Choir under the baton of Constantine Orbelian, this Simon Boccanegra hears Dmitri as the eponymous Doge of Genoa, opposite Barbara Frittoli as Amelia, Ildar Abdrazakov as Fiesco, Stefano Secco as Gabriele, and Kostas Smoriginas as Pietro.

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  • Dmitri triumphs in Met revival of Don Carlo

    Monday night’s season premiere of Don Carlo at the Metropolitan Opera brought Dmitri Hvorostovsky thunderous applause for his signature role of Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa. “A solid cast with no weak links and a probing conductor. That’s what it takes, even more than superlative individual performances, for the profundity of Verdi’s Don Carlo to come through. That’s what the Metropolitan Opera’s revival offered,” wrote the New York Times, which went on to single out Dmitri’s performance: “The splendid Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky brought velvety legato phrasing, virile sound and his distinctive smoky timbre to Rodrigo, Carlo’s loving friend and the king’s troubled adviser.”Read More »

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