Vladislav Kupriyanov

Upcoming performances:
4 November 2019
10 November 2019
17 November 2019
20 November 2019
5 December 2019
11 December 2019
17 December 2019
8 January 2020
10 January 2020
14 January 2020
18 January 2020
6 February 2020
19 February 2020
21 February 2020
13 April 2020

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

Kupriyanov is a recipient of the Russian President’s prize (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013), and the prize Young Talents of Russia (2012, 2015). He was a prize-winner at the International Singing Competition Bella voce in Moscow (2012), the Academia International Singing Competition in Perm (2014), and the Youth Delphic Games of Russia in Moscow (Gold Medal, 2012, 2013).

Recipient of the special Dmitri Hvorostovsky Memorial Prize at the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition (2019).

The singer’s repertory includes the roles of Onegin (Eugene Onegin), Eletsky and Tomsky (The Queen of Spades), Igor (Prince Igor), Shchelkalov (Boris Godunov), Mizgir (The Snow Maiden), Gryaznoy (The Tsar’s Bride), Robert (Iolanta), Sharpless (Madama Butterfly), Valentin (Faust), Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro), Escamillo (Carmen), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), and Marcello (La bohème).

Kupriyanov has been a fellow of the Atkins Young Artists Program at the Mariinsky Theatre since 2017. He made his Mariinsky Theatre debut as Grigory Gryaznoy in The Tsar’s Bride.

His repertoire at the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Eugene Onegin (Eugene Onegin)
Gryaznoy (The Tsar’s Bride)
High Priest of Radegast (Mlada in concert)
Venetian guest (Sadko)
Ivan-Korolevich (Kashchey the Immortal)
Don Ferdinand (Betrothal in a Monastery)
Guglielmo (Così fan tutte)
Silvio (Pagliacci)
Wolfram von Eschinbach (Tannhäuser)
Solo part in Carmina Burana by Orff, Symphony No. 8 by Gustav Mahler

The singer’s repertory also includes the roles of Don Ferdinand (Betrothal in a Monastery), Sonora (La fanciulla del West), Eletsky and Tomsky (The Queen of Spades), Shchelkalov (Boris Godunov), Mizgir (The Snow Maiden), Escamillo (Carmen), Marcello (La bohème) among others.
Information for June 2019

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