Roman Burdenko

Upcoming performances:
10 April 2020
11 April 2020
25 April 2020
28 April 2020
4 May 2020
18 May 2020
28 May 2020
30 May 2020
30 June 2020
27 September 2020
1 October 2020
29 October 2020
26 November 2020
9 December 2020

• Prize-winner at the All-Russian Open Opera Singers’ Competition (St Petersburg, 2007, Grand-prix)
• Prize-winner at the I International Pavel Lisitsian Baritone Competition (Moscow, 2008, Grand-prix)
• Prize-winner at the II International Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Singers Competition (Moscow, 2008, 1st prize)
• Prize-winner at the International Competition Villa de Colmenar Viejo (Colmenar Viejo, 2009, 2nd prize)
• Prize-winner at the VII International Elena Obraztsova Competition (St Petersburg, 2009, 1st prize)
• Prize-winner at the International Francesc Viñas Competition (Barcelona, 2011, 3rd prize)
• Prize-winner at the International Long – Thibaud – Crespin Competition (Paris, 2011, 2nd Grand-prix, Prize of the Long – Thibaud – Crespin Foundation and Prize of the Orchestre national de France)
• Prize-winner at the International Competition Monte Carlo Voice Masters (Monaco, 2011, Grand-prix)
• Prize-winner at the International Competition Competizione dell’opera (Moscow, 2011, 1st prize)
• Prize-winner at the International Competition Operalia (Beijing, 2012, 3rd prize)
• Prize-winner at the at the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition (Amsterdam, 2013, 2nd prize)

Roman Burdenko studied at the Novosibirsk Glinka Conservatoire (class of Vladimir Prudnik) before transferring to the St Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire from which he graduated in 2008 (class of Vladimir Vaneyev). In 2009 he trained on the Young Opera Singers programme at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.

From 2006 to 2011 Roman Burdenko was a soloist at the Mikhailovsky Theatre, then was a soloist at the Novosibirsk Opera.

He made his Mariinsky Theatre debut in 2013, appearing as Belcore in the premiere of a new production of L’elisir d’amore. Roman Burdenko joined the Mariinsky Opera Company in 2017.

Repertoire at the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Eugene Onegin (Eugene Onegin)
Prince Yeletsky, Count Tomsky (The Queen of Spades)
Robert, Ibn-Hakia (Iolanta)
Rangoni (Boris Godunov)
Shaklovity (Khovanshchina)
Igor Svyatoslavich (Prince Igor)
Grigory Gryaznoy (The Tsar's Bride)
Venetian Guest (Sadko)
Aleko (Aleko)
Don Ferdinand (Betrothal in a Monastery)
Tsarev (Semyon Kotko)
Belcore (L’elisir d’amore)
Enrico (Lucia di Lammermoor)
Ezio (Attila)
Nabucco (Nabucco)
Rodrigo (Don Carlo)
Count di Luna (Il trovatore)
Giorgio Germont (La traviata)
Amonasro (Aida)
Renato (Un ballo in maschera)
Don Carlo (La forza del destino)
Simon Boccanegra, Paolo Albiani (Simon Boccanegra)
Iago (Otello)
Ford (Falstaff)
Marcello (La bohème)
Gianni Schicchi (Gianni Schicchi)
Silvio, Tonio (Pagliacci)
Michonnet (Adriana Lecouvreur)
Valentin (Faust)
Escamillo (Carmen)
High Priest of Dagon (Samson et Dalila)
Alberich (Das Rheingold, Siegfried, Götterdämmerung)

Repertoire also includes: Enrico Ashton (Lucia di Lammermoor), Alfio (Cavalleria rusticana), Stankar (Stiffelio), Dunois (The Maid of Orleans), Shchelkalov (Boris Godunov), Fyodor Poyarok (The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia), Aegisthus (The Oresteia).

He has appeared as a guest soloist at the Bolshoi Theatre, Bayerische Staatsoper, Zürich Opera, Royal Danish Opera, Grand-Théâtre de Genève, Glyndebourne Festival.

For the role of Igor Svyatoslavich he was nominated for Russia’s national Golden Mask theatre award in the category “Best Male Role in Opera” (Novosibirsk Theatre of Opera and Ballet, 2010).

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