Alexei Tatarintsev (Tenor)|
In 1998-2003 he studied choral conducting at the Derzhavin State University of
Tambov. While still a student, he was a soloist of the Rachmaninov Chamber
Choir. In 2003, he continued his studies at the Moscow Academy of Choral Art,
and in 2006 he graduated from the Academy with honors.
Currently he is a
post-graduate student and a soloist of the Academy of Choral Art’s choir.
joined the Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre in 2008.
participated in projects led by renowned conductors such as Vladimir Fedoseev,
Vlaimir Spivakov, Saulus Sondetskis, John Nelson and others. He took part in
numerous international festivals in Germany, France, Belgium, Switzerland, and
Triquet (Eugene Onegin)
(Tchaikovsky's The Maid of Orleans)
Count Almaviva (Il Barbiere di
Tenor part in Puccini's Messa di Gloria
3rd prize-winner at the
2nd Vishnevskaya International Opera Singing Competition (Moscow,
1st prize-winner at the International Tenor Competition in
memory of Luciano Pavarotti (Saint-Petersburg, 2008)
prize-winner at the Glinka International Singing Competition (Moscow, 2009)
He also won the Ivan Kozlovsky Foundation Award as the Best Tenor
and the Listeners' Choice Award by the Orpheus Classical Music