Anna Denisova

Upcoming performances:
30 October 2018

Prize-winner at international competitions.

Born in the Amur Region. In 2006 she entered the Khabarovsk Region Arts College (vocals department, class of A. A. Lesnikh). During her four-year study on several occasions she performed at various theatres throughout the city and the region, including appearances with the Far East Symphony Orchestra (conducted by I. N. Derbilov) at the Khabarovsk Region Philharmonic and the Concert Hall in Birobidzhan (2009-2010). In 2010 she took first place at the New Names regional festival and competition of children’s and youth art in addition to winning the Denis Matsuev Prize. That same year, she was a category-II prize-winner at the VI International Competition of Young Musicians and Performers in Vladivostok. Has received grants from the mayor of Khabarovsk and the Khabarovsk Region.

In 2011 Anna Denisova entered the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire (vocals department, class of S. V. Gorenkova, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation). As a second-year student she took 2nd prize at the VIII International Klaudia Taev Competition in Pärnu (Estonia, 2013). In 2014 she took 1st prize at the International Jakub Pustina Vocal Competition (Czech Republic), as part of which she undertook a tour of Czech cities. Diploma-recipient at the Gatchina Romansiade open international competition and also a frequent participant in concert projects in Russia and Estonia (conducted by Erki Pehk). Took part in a concert commemorating two hundred years since the birth of Mikhail Lermontov at the Bolshoi Theatre (conducted by Alexander Titov). Performed the soprano role in Johann Sebastian Bach’s Magnificat at the Small Hall of the St Petersburg State Conservatoire (conducted by Johannes Skudlik from Germany).

Participant at the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition.

At the St Petersburg Conservatoire Theatre she has performed the role of Barbarina in the opera Le nozze di Figaro.

In 2015 at the Stars of the White Nights festival she made her debut as Prilepa in the premiere of a new production of Tchaikovsky’s opera The Queen of Spades (conducted by Valery Gergiev and directed by Alexei Stepanyuk). In 2016 at the Mariinsky Theatre she performed the role of the Grubby Child in the opera A Christmas Tale, and the role of the Woodbird in the opera Siegfried and the soprano role in Haydn's Creation.

Her repertoire also includes the roles of Marfa (The Tsar’s Bride), Mimì (La bohème), Micaëla (Carmen), Tatiana (Eugene Onegin), Sophie (Werther), Louisa (Betrothal in a Monastery), Ilia (Idomeneo), Euridice (Orfeo ed Euridice) and Despina (Così fan tutte).

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