Vladislav Kupriyanov

Upcoming performances:
2 March 2024
9 March 2024

Mariinsky Theatre Guest Soloist

• Recipient of the special Dmitri Hvorostovsky Memorial Prize at the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow – St Petersburg, 2019)
• Prize-winner at the 44th All-Russian Review Competition of Graduate Vocalists of Higher Institutes of Music (St Petersburg, 2016)
• Prize-winner at the 18th Lydia Abramova Bella voce International Student Vocalists’ Competition (Moscow, 2012; 1st prize)

Vladislav Kupriyanov was born in Perm Krai (Perm Region) in 1993. In 2016 he graduated from the Perm State Institute of Culture. From 2014 to 2017 Kupriyanov was a soloist with the Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. He has interned at the Crescendo Summer Institute in Hungary. Kupriyanov has toured Germany and Hungary. He has also taken part in the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg festival (Germany).

Kupriyanov is a recipient of the Russian Presidential Prize (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) and the prize Young Talents of Russia (2012, 2015), he was a prize-winner at the Youth Delphic Games of Russia (Moscow, 2012: Gold Medal; Novosibirsk, 2013: Silver Medal).

Kupriyanov was a fellow of the Atkins Young Artists Program at the Mariinsky Theatre (2017–2021). In the summer of 2018 he made his debut at the theatre as Grigory Gryaznoy in The Tsar’s Bride.

Repertoire at the Mariinsky Theatre:
Eugene Onegin (Eugene Onegin)
Dunois (The Maid of Orleans)
Robert (Iolanta)
Mizgir (The Snow Maiden)
Grigory Gryaznoy (The Tsar’s Bride)
High Priest of Radegast (Mlada, concert performance)
A Venetian Merchant (Sadko)
Prince Ivan-Korolevich (Kashchey the Immortal)
Ferdinand (Betrothal in a Monastery)
Andrei Bolkonsky (War and Peace)
Count Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro)
Don Giovanni (Don Giovanni)
Guglielmo (Così fan tutte)
Richard Forth (I puritani)
Lord Henry Ashton (Lucia di Lammermoor)
Giorgio Germont (La traviata)
Paolo Albiani (Simon Boccanegra)
Wolfram von Eschenbach (Tannhäuser)
Valentin (Gounod’s Faust)
Silvio (Pagliacci)
Alfio (Cavalleria rusticana)
Lescaut (Manon Lescaut)
Marcello (La Bohème)
Dr Falke (Die Fledermaus)
Barnaba (La Gioconda, concert performance)
Solo parts in Orff’s Carmina Burana, Mahler’s Ninth Symphony

Has sung in the premiere performance of production of The Snow Maiden (2020).

The singer’s repertoire also includes the roles of Sonora (La fanciulla del West), Prince Yeletsky and Count Tomsky (The Queen of Spades), Andrei Shchelkalov (Boris Godunov), Sharpless (Madama Butterfly), Escamillo (Carmen) among others.
Information for February 2024

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