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Rozyev Ruslan

Rozyev Ruslan


Born in 1984.
A graduate of S. Dyagterev Belgorod Musical College (piano department) of 2002. 2002-2007 – a student of Belgorod branch of Voronezh State Academy of Arts (solo singing department).

A second prize winner of the competition “Orpheus” (Volgograd, 2006).

A diploma holder for participation in the Gala of XXXV Show of Singers-Graduates of Russian Musical Colleges (2007).

Since 2007 been studying at the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre where he made his début as Monterone in G. Verdi’s “Rigoletto”. At the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre he participates “Eugene Onegin” by P. Tchaikovsky (Zaretsky, Gremin, Company commander), “Carmen” by G. Bizet (Zuniga), phantasmagoria “Marriage and the other horrors” by M. Mussorgsky (Stepan).

In 2008 participated in the II International Art festival «Russian music at the Baltic» (Kaliningrad), Festival of music and theatre “Novoye Peredvizhnichestvo” (“New Movement”) – 2008 (Krasnoyarsk, Zelenogorsk, Russia) and in the guest tour in Mexico.

In December 2009 performed very successful and splendid as Mephistopheles in Ch. Gounod’s «Faust».

In June 2010 performed as Varlaam  in M. Mussorgsky’s  «Boris Godunov» at the Opera Royal de Wallonie, Liege, Belgium, and in July – August 2010 – at the International Festival in Santander, Spain

Repertoire: Grandfather Frost (N. Rimsky-Korsakov’s “The Snow Maiden”), Tsar Saltan ( N. Rimsky-Korsakov “A Tale About Tsar Saltan”), Gremin, Zaretsky (“Eugene Onegin” by P. Tchaikovsky), Sparafuccile, Ceprano, Monterone (G. Verdi’s “Rigoletto”), Zuniga (G. Bizet’s “Carmen”), Bertran, King Rene (“Iolanta” by P. Tchaikovsky), Wagner (Ch. Gounod’s “Faust”), Mephistopheles (C. Gounaud “Faust”), Malyuta (N. Rimsky-Korsakov “Tsar’s Bride”), Varlaam (M. Mussorgsky “Boris Godunov”), Mister Gobino (G. Menotti “Medium”). Rehearsing: Philippe (G. Verdi “Don Carlos”), Don Pasquale (G. Donizetti “Don Pasquale”), Galitsky (A. Borodin “Prince Igor”), Aleko (S. Rakhmaninov “Aleko”).