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Mikhail Naumov
Bass

BIOGRAPHY

Graduated from the vocal department of the Cheboksary Music School named after F. P. Pavlov (class of professor S. Kondratyev) in 2000, and from the voice faculty of the Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory named after M. I. Glinka (class of professor A. Sedov and A. Sakulin) in 2005. Worked as a soloist at the Pushkin State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre (Nizhny Novgorod, 2005—2011), the Astrakhan State Theatre of Opera and Ballet (Astrakhan, 2011), the National Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania (Vladikavkaz, 2011—2012) and the Buryat Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after G. T. Tsydynzhapov (Ulan-Ude, 2012—2013). In 2013 joined the opera troupe of the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre.

Took part in such festivals as the Baikal Christmas Festival (Ulan-Ude, 2013), the International Vocal Festival named after Valeria Barsova and Maria Maksakova (Astrakhan, 2012), the International Opera Festival named after Irina Arkhipova (Samara, 2012) and the International Theatre Festival of One-Man Productions «ART-SOLO» (Vladikavkaz, 2011).

Repertoire: Vasily Sobakin (The Tsar’s Bride) and Chub (Christmas Eve) by Rimsky-Korsakov; King René (Iolanta), Prince Gremin (Eugene Onegin), Surin, Narumov (The Queen of Spades) and Kochubey (Mazepa) by Tchaikovsky; Don Basilio (Rossini’s The Barber of Seville), Zuniga (Bizet’s Carmen), Ivan Susanin, Sigizmund (Glinka’s Ivan Susanin/A Life for the Tsar), Boris Godunov, Varlaam, Pimen (Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov), Galitsky (Borodin’s Prince Igor), the Miller (Dargomyzhsky’s Rusalka), Aleko, The Old Man (Rachmaninoff’s Aleko); Annibale (Il campanello) and Don Pasquale (Don Pasquale) by Donizetti; Lodovico (Otello), Silvano (Un ballo in maschera) and Count Ceprano (Rigoletto) by Giuseppe Verdi; The Bonze (Madama Butterfly), Angelotti (Tosca) and Benoît (La bohème) by Giacomo Puccini, and others.

Prize winner at the 10th All-Russian Student Vocal Competition «Bella Voce» (Moscow, 2002) and the First Youth Delphic Games of Russia (1999).

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