Alexander Keda



Honoured Artist of the Republic of Belarus (2003)


Alexander Keda graduated from the Belarusian State Conservatoire in 1980 (class of Associate Professor S.Oskolkov).

The same year, he joined the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus.

In 2010, he was awarded the special prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus to eminent figures of culture and art for his contribution to the revival of old Belarusian music, specifically, for the role of Chuzhapanak in the national opera Someone Else’s Wealth Does Not Serve Anyone by Jan Dawid Holland.


The Reindeer                          The Story of Kai and Gerda (The Snow Queen) by Sergei Banevich

Ryhor                                            King Stakh’s Wild Hunt by Vladimir Soltan

The Sacristan                                 Tosca

Papageno, Sarastro                        Die Zauberflöte

Leporello, Masetto                        Don Giovanni

Bartolo                                          Il barbiere di Siviglia

Ramfis and the King of Egypt      Aida

Ferrando                                        Il trovatore

Betto di Signa                                Gianni Schicchi

Zuniga                                            Carmen

Gremin                                           Eugene Onegin

King René                                      Iolanta

Boris Izmailov                               Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (Katerina Izmailova)

Prince Khovansky                          Khovanshchina

Chuzhapanak                    Someone Else’s Wealth Does Not Serve Anyone by Jan Dawid Holland

The Governor                                 The Town of Craftsmen by Gennady Gladkov
The Bear                                         The Little Tower Chamber by Ilya Polskiy

Surin                                               The Queen of Spades

Sobakin                                          The Tsar’s Bride


With the company he has toured Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, and Thailand.

In October 2022, he performed the role of Ryhor in King Stakh’s Wild Hunt, a guest performance of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus on the Historic Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia.