Большой театр Беларуси

 

27 February 19:00

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

IOLANTA

opera in two acts

Большой театр Беларуси

 

29 February 19:00

Giacomo Puccini

LA BOHÈME

opera in four acts (performed with one interval)

Большой театр Беларуси

 

5 March 19:00

Pyotr Tchaikovsky

EUGENE ONEGIN

opera in three acts

Большой театр Беларуси

 

Большой театр Беларуси

 

14 March 19:00

Richard Wagner

DER FLIEGENDE HOLLÄNDER

opera in three acts

Большой театр Беларуси

 

26 March 19:00

Giuseppe Verdi

MACBETH

оpera in three acts

Ruslan Maspanov

Bass

Schedule

Second prize at the 4th Feodor Chaliapin Open Republican Competition for Young Singers, 2016;
Third prize at the 4th Stanisław Moniuszko Open Competition for Young Singers “Ubel Swallow,” 2016;
Second prize at the 1st Stanisław Moniuszko Republican Open Singing Competition, 2021;
Grand prize at the International Competition "Flying from Shadow to Light", 2021;
Grand prize at the International Competition "Starry Autumn", 2021;
First prize at the International Competition "VERANO ART", 2022;
Grand prize at the Republican Competition "Musical World", 2022

Ruslan Mаspanov is a graduate of Gomel State College of Arts (class of V.I. Nazarchuk, 2016) and the Belarusian State Academy of Music (class of the People's Artist of Belarus, Professor Pyotr Ridiger, 2022).

 

In 2020, he joined the apprenticeship group of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus and in 2022 the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus.


REPERTOIRE

Fiorello, the Officer                 Il barbiere di Siviglia

The Troll, the Town Dweller, the Robber     The Story of Kai and Gerda (The Snow Queen) by Sergei Banevich

The Doctor                                La traviata

The Speaker, the Second Priest                     Die Zauberflöte

Bertrand                                    Iolanta

The Cat, the Innkeeper             Pinocchio by Gloria Bruni

The Commissioner                   Madama Butterfly

The Commissioner                   La traviata

The Bear                                   The Little Tower Chamber by Ilya Polskiy

The Sergeant                             La bohème

Frosch                                       Die Fledermaus

Bass solo in Stabat Mater by Gioacchino Rossini and "Chernobyl Liturgy" by Archbishop of Tulchin and Bratslav Jonathan (Yeletskikh)


 

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