The Siberian tenor Alexey Dolgov is currently celebrating one successful debut after another at important venues all around the world. His performances gained him high critical acclaim for his ‘clarion tenor’ (Montreal Gazette), ‘naturalness and superb timing’ (Metro Weekly, Washington D.C) he also ‘shines as an actor’ (Washington Post).
Since then, Alexey has worked with conductors such as Placido Domingo, Daniel Harding, Alexander Shelley, Philippe Auguin, Patrick Summers, Seiji Ozawa, Kirill Karabits, Gianandrea Noseda and Dmitri Jurowski.He has sung at many major opera houses, including Metropolitan Opera New York, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro Real Madrid, Theatre des Champs Élysees Paris (all on tour), Los Angeles Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Washington National Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Bolshoi Theatre Moscow.
This season, he will give his company debut at Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin (Rodolfo in La Bohème), and he appear in Onegin in concert with the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg. At the Bolshoi Theatre he will continue to sing leading roles in operas such as La Traviata, la Bohème, Prince Igor, Onegin and Love to three Oranges.
In future seasons, he will give his company debut at Liceu Barcelona as Cassio in Otello, Lensky in Onegin and Roberto Devereux (title role) at Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly, Belmonte in Entführung aus dem Serail and Cavaradossi in Tosca at Houston Grand Opera, Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor at Opera de Lille. He also has several re-invitations to the Met as well as to Washington National Opera and Opera de Montreal. He will continue to work as a principal soloist at the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.
Last season saw him giving his debut on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera New York (Cassio/Otello), his role debut as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte (Opera de Nice) and as Vladmir Igorevitch in Prince Igor (Bolshoi Theatre) where he also sang a new production of La Traviata.