guest soloist Mariinsky (Kirov) theatre (St.Petersburg, Russia)
and Czech National Opera
IGOR GAVRILOV was born in Odessa (USSR) in 1965 and graduated
from the Saint-Petersburg Conservatory
in 1994 with diploma in Opera Vocal (Prof. Alekseev). He completed his
postgraduate study in Opera Solo Vocal with leading professors of that
Participation in premiere of the opera "War and Peace"
by Sergei Prokofiev (parts Dolohov and Denisov), co-production
between Mariinsky theatre and Metropolitan Opera, Musical Director
and Conductor: Valery Gergiev, Director: Andrei Konchalovsky.
Concert tour with program of the project "Two centuries of Russian
Classical Romance" in Switzerland.
Performs Eskamolio (Bizet, "Carmen") in Japan Tour
of National Theatre Prague: Oita, Tokyo (Tokyo Bunka Kaikan),
Nagoya, Nagasaki, Fukushima.
Performs in The Grand Theatre (National Opera in Warsaw) - Mefistofel
Performs in Mariinsky (Kirov) theater, where Igor Gavrilov
took part in a premieres of operas: Verdi “La Traviata” (Baron)
- conductor D. Nozeda, Prokofiev "Semen Kotko" - conductor V.Gergiev,
Mozart "Le nozze di Figaro" (Bartolo) - conductor D. Nozeda.
Soloist of the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named
Soloist of the State Musical Theater “Rimsky-Korsakov”
Soloist of the State Musical Theater “Saint-Petersburg opera”.
Besides work at opera theaters Igor Gavrilov concertizes,
and this activity is intensive and diversified. He performs with enowned
Petersburg musicians. In the 1994/1995 concert season alone he interpreted
part Colline in “La Boheme” with conductor Maris Yansons and part bass
in “Messia” Händel with conductor Ravil Martinov and appeared in
any concerts in prestigious concert halls.
Igor Gavrilov interpreted vocal works by contemporary
composers (Gavrilin, Slonimsky) and often is their premier performer.
Igor Gavrilov has recordings on the Russian Radio and TV.
West European operas
Mefistofel (Gounod, “Faust”)
Scarpia (Puccini, “Tosca”)
Eskamilio (Bizet, "Karmen")
Don Giovanni (Mozart, “Don Giovanni”)
Leporello (Mozart, “Don Giovanni”)
Figaro (Mozart, “Le Nozze di Figaro”)
Zaccaria (Verdi, "Nabucco")
Basilio (Rossini, "Il barbiere di Siviglia")
Colline (Puccini, "La Boheme")
Bartolo (Mozart, “Le Nozze di Figaro”)
Il Conte (Mozart, “Le Nozze di Figaro”)
Don Alfonso (Mozart, “Cosi fan tutti”)
Mazetto (Mozart, “Don Giovanni”)
Ferrando (Verdi, "Il Trovatore")
Bartolo (Rossini, "Il barbiere di Siviglia")
Klingsor (Wagner, "Parsifal")
Tomsky (Tchaikovsky, “Pikovaya dama”)
Rene (Tchaikovsky, “Iolanta”)
Gremin (Tchaikovsky, “Eugene Onegin”)
Dolohov and Denisov (Sergei Prokofiev, "War
Varlaam (Mussorgsky, "Boris Godunov")
Maluta-Skuratov (Rimsky-Korsakov, “The Tchar’s
Sobakin (Rimsky-Korsakov, “The Tchar’s Bride”)
Tsar Dodon (Rimsky-Korsakov, "Gold Cock")
Atamansha (Bunevich, "The story of Kay and Gerda")
Melnik (Dargomyzhsky, "Rusalka")
Cantatas and oratorios
Haydn "Creation of the world"
Bah "Die Schopfung"
Vocal chamber music
Solos programs of Russian composers (Tchaikovsky,
Solos programs of contemporary Russian composers (Shostakovich,