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Andrei Jilihovschi (Baritone)

Born in 1985 in Moldova. In 2006 he completed his studies in choral conducting at the Єtefan Neaga Music College in Chisinau. While there, he simultaneously studied as a vocalist in the opera studio. Following his graduation, he continued his studies at the Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatoire. At the Conservatoire Opera Studio he made his debut in the title role in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin.

In 2010-12 Andrei was a soloist with the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg where he appeared as Belcore (L’elisir d’amore), Schaunard (La Boheme), Robert (Iolanta), Prince (Asafiev’s Cinderella), Silvano (Un ballo in maschera), Baron Douphol (La Traviata) and Dancairo (Carmen). In 2011 he made his debut at the Latvian National Opera as Figaro in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia.

In October 2012 he joined the Bolshoi Theatre Young Artist Program.

Repertoire

At the Bolshoi:
Baritone
(performance Be in the Mood for Opera)
Marcello (La Boheme)
Flemish deputy (Don Carlo)
Dr. Falke (Die Fledermaus)

Events with Andrei Jilihovschi (Baritone)

19
July
Friday
Opera
The romance of Tchaikovsky’s Yevgeny Onegin is an evergreen staple of the repertoire today, but rare...Show more
The romance of Tchaikovsky’s Yevgeny Onegin is an evergreen staple of the repertoire today, but rarely did his genius find better expression than in this psychological melodrama of breathtaking intensity and beauty.Many theories exist as to the motivations behind The Queen of Spades, of how it perhaps charts the composer’s own personal turmoil, but whatever lies behind the opera’s magnificent narrative, it provides the operatic stage with one if the greatest musical dramas of all time and a collection of deeply flawed and haunting characters.Hermann is seeking the secret of the winning cards and it is such an obsession that all before him – his love for Liza, (herself betrothed to another), comradeship, life itself, becomes secondary. The result of his slow descent into madness is death and suicide.Tchaikovsky’s beautiful music is febrile and inspired, his characters acutely drawn and the opera remains one of the great masterpieces of all Russian opera. Full info
Bass: Vladimir Komovich
Conductor: Tugan Sokhiev
Tenor: Stanislav Mostovoy
From US$215
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21
July
Sunday
Opera
The romance of Tchaikovsky’s Yevgeny Onegin is an evergreen staple of the repertoire today, but rare...Show more
The romance of Tchaikovsky’s Yevgeny Onegin is an evergreen staple of the repertoire today, but rarely did his genius find better expression than in this psychological melodrama of breathtaking intensity and beauty.Many theories exist as to the motivations behind The Queen of Spades, of how it perhaps charts the composer’s own personal turmoil, but whatever lies behind the opera’s magnificent narrative, it provides the operatic stage with one if the greatest musical dramas of all time and a collection of deeply flawed and haunting characters.Hermann is seeking the secret of the winning cards and it is such an obsession that all before him – his love for Liza, (herself betrothed to another), comradeship, life itself, becomes secondary. The result of his slow descent into madness is death and suicide.Tchaikovsky’s beautiful music is febrile and inspired, his characters acutely drawn and the opera remains one of the great masterpieces of all Russian opera. Full info
Bass: Vladimir Komovich
Conductor: Tugan Sokhiev
Tenor: Stanislav Mostovoy
From US$275
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