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Maria Bayankina (Soprano)

• Prize-winner at the Festos Moscow Student Art Festival (2004)
• Prize-winner at the International Festival and Competition (Ruza, 2009)
• Prize-winner at the I International Young Opera Singers’ Competition in Memory of Maxim Mikhailov (Cheboksary, 2010)
• Prize-winner at the I All-Russian young vocalists’ competition The Future of Musical Theatre which marked one hundred and ten years since the birth of the composer Vissarion Shebalin (Omsk, 2012)

Born in the Sverdlovsk Region.
Graduated with distinction in 2009 from the vocals faculty of the Russian Gnesins’ Academy of Music (class of Professor Sheveleva).
From 2009 she was a post-graduate student at the Russian Gnesins’ Academy of Music (class of Professor Sheveleva).
From 2007 she was a leading soloist with the Petit Opera Creative Group (Board of the Open Stage project of the City of Moscow Department of Culture).
Since 2010 she has been a soloist with the Mariinsky Academy of Young Singers.

Repertoire at the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Violetta (La traviata)

Events with Maria Bayankina (Soprano)

10
January
Friday
2020
Opera
Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is a radiant example of Russian Lyric Opera. A deeply moving tale packed...Show more
Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is a radiant example of Russian Lyric Opera. A deeply moving tale packed with big tunes, dances and a heart-stopping duel. As with his ballets, Tchaikovsky brings many symphonic elements to the music, plush orchestrations and highly melodic arias. Onegin is a uniquely Russian opera with a universality that has made it globally popular. None of the characters are easy to associate with and yet the events and their actions ring horribly true. Full info
Conductor: Zaurbek Gugkaev
Mezzo soprano: Yekaterina Sergeyeva
Composer: Andrey Petrov
Conductor: Zaurbek Gugkaev
Mezzo soprano: Yekaterina Sergeyeva
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10
May
Sunday
2020
Opera
Le nozze di Figaro had its premiere in 1786 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. Lorenzo da Ponte – with wh...Show more
Le nozze di Figaro had its premiere in 1786 at the Burgtheater in Vienna. Lorenzo da Ponte – with whom Mozart later collaborated on Don Giovanni and Così fan tutte – created the libretto. It was based on Pierre Beaumarchais’ controversial play Le Mariage de Figaro, which was banned in Vienna due to its seditious content. David McVicar’s acclaimed production sets the action in a French chateau in 1830 on the eve of revolution, amplifying the opera’s undercurrents of class tension. The entire household is drawn into the notoriously complex plot, which covers all shades of human emotion: spirited playfulness, such as when Figaro sends Cherubino off to war in ‘Non più andrai’, is combined with heartfelt despair, such as the Countess’s grief at her husband’s infidelity in 'Dove sono i bei momenti'. But affection and fidelity prevail in this most warm-hearted of operas: the Count’s plea for forgiveness in the final act, ‘Contessa, perdono’, is one of the most moving moments in opera. Full info
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