Vladimir Gromov

Vladimir Gromov graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Music in 2002 (class of the Honoured Artist of the Republic Belarus and Ukraine M. Zhiliuk). The following year, he earned his master's degree in voice from the Academy.

He joined the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus in 2000.


REPERTOIRE

Rigoletto                         Rigoletto
Amonasro                       Aida
Renato                           Un ballo in maschera
Macbeth                         Macbeth
Scarpia                           Tosca
Marcello, Shaunard           La bohème
Ping                                Turandot
Ibn-Hakia                        Iolanta
Figaro                             Il barbiere di Siviglia
The Count                       The Marriage of Figaro
Silvio                              Pagliacci
Morales, Escamillo            Carmen
Alfio                                Cavalleria rusticana
Onegin                            Eugene Onegin
Tomsky                           The Queen of Spades
Grayznoy                         The Tsar's Bride
Salieri                             Mozart and Salieri
Prince Ivan                      Kashchey the Immortal
Mizgir                             The Snow Maiden
Aleko                              Aleko
Belaretsky                       King Stakh’s Wild Hunt
Bluebeard                        Bluebeard and His Wives
Poprishchin                      The Diary of a Madman
Gaspar                             Rita, ou Le mari battu
Sharpless                         Madama Butterfly
Kizgaila                           The Grey Legend
Lead tenor                       Carmina Burana


CONCERT TOUR

In 2013 Vladimir Gromov was engaged by the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater as the Count in the premiere performance of Le nozze di Figaro conducted by Ayyub Guliyev.

The same year, he performed the solo part in Ein deutsches Requiem by Johannes Brahms at the Gdańsk Music Festival (conductor Ernst van Tiel).

He was on the jury of the LYRE National Theatre Prize in the field of pop music in 2014.

With Belarusian and Russian orchestras he has performed in Germany, Spain, Iran, North Korea, Luxemburg, France, Poland, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan.

As a member of the theatre company Vladimir Gromov has toured Germany, Thailand, and the UK.

With the orchestra and the chorus of the Belarusian State Academy of Music, he took part in Minsk’s first ever performance of Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor at the Belarusian State Philharmonic. With the State Chamber Orchestra and the State Chamber Choir of the Republic of Belarus he performed Gioachino Rossini’s Stabat Mater at the Big Hall of the Belarusian State Philharmonic.

His concert repertoire comprises solo baritone parts in cantatas, oratorios, as well as art songs, vocal cycles by Dmitry Smolsky, Georgy Sviridov, Ralph Vaughan Williams, etc.