"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
New Release: Rigoletto

New Release: Rigoletto


Discover Dmitri's latest album
Dmitri Hvorostovsky Sings of War, Peace, Love and Sorrow

Dmitri Hvorostovsky Sings of War, Peace, Love and Sorrow


Now available: Dmitri's latest album for Delos Music featuring selections from The Queen of Spades, War and Peace, Mazeppa, Iolanta, and The Demon.
Stay in Touch

Stay in Touch


Get the latest from Dmitri Hvorostovsky including exclusive media, updates on new recordings, and info on webcasts. Sign up for his e-newsletter by clicking the link below.

Features

  • BBC Music Magazine

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky

    The Russian baritone talks about his new recording of Rachmaninov Romances


    Read full article
  • Opera News

    Elements of Style

    “Dmitri Hvorostovsky has looks, brains, charisma — and what might just be the most beautiful baritone voice in the world.”


    Read full article
  • Wall Street Journal

    "I Have to Fly in Order to Sing"

    A Cultural Conversation with Dmitri Hvorostovsky


    Read full article
  • New York Times

    The Power of a Russian Birthright

    “The older I become, the closer I feel to Russia.”


    Read full article
  • Venice

    The Ardent Ambassador of Opera

    “Opera tells those stories that ‘desperately’ long to be heard.”


    Read full article
  • Los Angeles Times

    Straight out of Siberia

    Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky has taken a long road to fame, but he’s sure not out of breath.


    Read full article
  • WEYE

    Deep Impact

    Dmitri Hvorostovksy takes his glorious voice — and some serious sex appeal — to the concert hall.


    Read full article
  • The Baltimore Sun

    Baritone Embraces "Death"

    “The Siberian-born baritone… has a way of lighting up a concert hall just by walking onstage.”


    Read full article
  • Toronto Star

    The Hunk with the Sexy Voice

    “Dmitri Hvorostovsky gets the adulation.”


    Read full article