Maxim Mironov

Introduction

Considered by critics as one of the most interesting Rossini tenors of his generation, Maxim Mironov began his young career by winning the competition "Neue Stimmen" in Germany. Maxim Mironov was born in Tula, and after graduating from the Gnessin State Musical College in Moscow he joined the Helikon Opera Theatre of Moscow.

Maxim has worked with significant conductors and directors including; A. Zedda, D. Renzetti, B. Campanella, E. Pido, V. Jurowski, M. Mariotti, J.Lopez-Cobos, G. Noseda, P L Pizzi, T. Servillo, D. Abbado, I. Brook and S. Vizioli to name but a few.

Important debuts have included;  Otello in Lausanne, Maometto II and Il barbiere di Siviglia at Teatro la Fenice, Castor et Pollux at the Theater an der Wien, La muette de Portici at the Opera Comique and La cenerentola at the Bastille, Paris. Maxim made his US debut for Los Angeles Opera in Il Turco in Italia, returning to the country this season for La Cenerentola with Washington National Opera.

Roles in the 14/15 season include; Ernesto (Don Pasquale), Don Ramiro (La Cenerentola), Count Almaviva (Il barbiere di Siviglia) and his role debut as Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni).

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Repertoire

DONIZETTI 
La Fille du Regiment (Tonio)

GLUCK
Orphée et Eurydice
Iphigenie en Aulide (Achilles)

MOZART
Cosi' fan tutte (Ferrando)
Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (Belmonte)
Mitridate (Marzio)

RAMEAU
Castor et Pollux

RIMSKY KORSAKOV
The Golden Cockerel

ROSSINI
Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)
Il Turco in Italia (Narciso)
L'Italiana in Algeri (Lindoro)
La Cenerentola (Don Ramiro)
La Comte Ory
Otello (Rodrigo)
La Scala di Seta (Dormont)
Il Viaggio a Reims (Libenskoff)

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ORFF
Carmina Burana

ROSSINI
Messa di Gloria
Stabat Mater

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Teatro Rossini, Pesaro

ROSSINI La gazzetta

Don Pomponio Storione: Nicola Alaimo
Lisetta: Hasmik Torosyan
Filippo: Vito Priante
Doralice: Raffaella Lupinacci
Anselmo: Sergio Vitale
Alberto: Maxim Mironov
Madama La Rose: Josè Maria Lo Monaco
Monsù Traversen: Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Rossini Opera Festival

Teatro Rossini, Pesaro

ROSSINI La gazzetta

Don Pomponio Storione: Nicola Alaimo
Lisetta: Hasmik Torosyan
Filippo: Vito Priante
Doralice: Raffaella Lupinacci
Anselmo: Sergio Vitale
Alberto: Maxim Mironov
Madama La Rose: Josè Maria Lo Monaco
Monsù Traversen: Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Rossini Opera Festival

Teatro Rossini, Pesaro

ROSSINI La gazzetta

Don Pomponio Storione: Nicola Alaimo
Lisetta: Hasmik Torosyan
Filippo: Vito Priante
Doralice: Raffaella Lupinacci
Anselmo: Sergio Vitale
Alberto: Maxim Mironov
Madama La Rose: Josè Maria Lo Monaco
Monsù Traversen: Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Rossini Opera Festival

Teatro Rossini, Pesaro

ROSSINI La gazzetta

Don Pomponio Storione: Nicola Alaimo
Lisetta: Hasmik Torosyan
Filippo: Vito Priante
Doralice: Raffaella Lupinacci
Anselmo: Sergio Vitale
Alberto: Maxim Mironov
Madama La Rose: Josè Maria Lo Monaco
Monsù Traversen: Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Rossini Opera Festival

Teatro Rossini, Pesaro

ROSSINI La gazzetta

Don Pomponio Storione: Nicola Alaimo
Lisetta: Hasmik Torosyan
Filippo: Vito Priante
Doralice: Raffaella Lupinacci
Anselmo: Sergio Vitale
Alberto: Maxim Mironov
Madama La Rose: Josè Maria Lo Monaco
Monsù Traversen: Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Rossini Opera Festival

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Mercadante: I Briganti (2014)

'Russian tenor Maxim Mironov makes an outstanding bel cantist'
Andrew Clark, FinancialTimes.com, 27 June 2014 ****

'There is some admirably no-nonsense singing from a committed cast led by Bruno Praticò, Maxim Mironov and Petya Ivanova'
Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph, 8th July 2014 ****

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Rossini

La Cenerentola

Washington National Opera

Mr. Mironov possesses an exquisitely supple, lyrical, almost flowery voice and his singing was perfectly beautiful on Saturday evening. Terry Ponnick, Communities Digital News, 10 May 2015
Isabella's romantic counterpart, the prince charming, is Don Ramiro, sung on Saturday night by Russian tenor Maxim Mironov who certainly won me over with his clear, light voice that matched Leonard for letting the ornamental passages shine throughout the score. Mironov was also convincing as the disguised prince who switches places with his valet to see if a young lady is truly worthy of becoming his princess. Jeffrey Walker, Broadway Opera World, 11 May 2015
Particularly pleasing was the Prince, or Don Ramiro, of Maxim Mironov, a tall tenor with a gentle whitish sound in a most respectable company debut. 
Anne Midgette, Washington Post, 10 May 2015
Mironov was splendid as the Prince and his bel canto tenor voice proved a model for this style of singing with its rapidly ascending and descending ornamentation and beautiful high notes. No wonder he is considered one of the best Rossini tenors of his generation! Susan Galbraith, DC Theatre Scene, 12th May 2015

Gluck

Iphigénie en Tauride

Theater an der Wien

Not to be underestimated, the high-lying tenor role of Achille which Maxim Mironov well negotiated with his bright vibrant tenor leggiero, clever register combinations, and the appropriate physique. Moore Parker, The Opera critic.com, 21 October 2014

La Muette de Portici

Opéra Comique, Paris

Maxim Mironov’s Aphonse is tastefully dispatched

Francis Carlin, The Financial Times, 09 April 2012

Il Turco in Italia

Los Angeles Opera

Maxim Mironov, as Don Narciso, is a true Rossinian tenor, sweet and extremely flexible Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times, February 20, 2011

Rossini

L’Italiana in Algeri

Teatro Real de Madrid

Maxim Mironov is a good tenorino with a very pleasant voice, who sings with good style José M Irurzun, Seen and Heard International, 03 March 2009

Recordings

MERCADANTE

I Briganti
Recorded live at the Rossini in Wildbad Festival, Summer 2012
Antonino Fogliani, Conductor, Virtuosi Brunensis, Camerata Bach Choir,
Massimiliano: Bruno Praticò, Ermano: Maxim Mironov, Corrado: Vittorio Prato, Amelia: Petya Ivanova, Teresa: Rosita Fiocco, Bertrando: Atanas Mladenov, Rollero: Jesús Ayllón.
Naxos

Rossini

La Cenerentola

Recorded live at Glyndebourne in June, July and August 2007
Conductor Vladimir Jurowski
Ruxandra Donose, Maxim Mironov, Alessandro Corbelli, Raquela Sheeran
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Glyndebourne

Rossini

La Cenerentola [DVD]

Recorded at the Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari, Italy, April 2010
José Maria Lo Monaco (Cenerentola), Maxim Mironov (Don Ramiro), Roberto De Candia (Dandini), Nicola Ulivieri (Alidoro), Paolo Bordogna (Don Magnifico), Eleonora Cilli (Clorinda) & Alessandra Volpe (Tisbe)
Orchestra & Chorus Fondazione Petruzzelli, Bari, Evelino Pido (conductor) Daniele Abbado (stage director)

Dynamic

Rossini

L'Italiana in Algeri

Christianne Stotijn, Isabella; Maxim Mironov, Lindoro; Marco Vinco, Mustafa; 
Ruben Drole, Haly; Giorgio Caoduro, Taddeo; Elisaveta Martirosyan, Elvira; Sabina Willeit, Zulma; Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Riccardo Frizza, conductor
Bel Air Classiques

Rossini

La Donna del Lago
Mironov, Ganassi, Pizzolato, von Bothmer, Gierlach, Peretyatko, Cifolelli, SWR, Zedda 
Rossini in Wildbald 2007, Recorded Live
Naxos

Rossini

La Cenerentola [DVD]
Raquela Sheeran, Vladimir Jurowski, Lucia Cirillo, Ruxandra Donose, Nathan Berg, 
Opus Arte

ROSSINI

L'Italiana in Algeri

Renzetti Donato: direttore, Mátl Lubomír: maestro del coro, Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Coro da Camera di Praga
Isabella - Pizzolato Marianna, Mustafà - Vinco Marco, Lindoro - Maxim Mironov, Taddeo - De Simone Bruno, Elvira - Bargnesi Barbara, Zulma - Lo Monaco José Maria

Rossini Opera Festival, Pesaro, 2006
Dynamic

ROSSINI

Maometto II 

Direttore: Claudio Scimone
Regia: Pier Luigi Pizzi 
Maometto secondo - Lorenzo Regazzo
Selimo - Federico Lepre
Paolo Erisso - Maxim Mironov
Anna - Carmen Giannattasio
Calbo - Anna Rita Gemmabella
Condulmiero - Nicola Marchesini

Teatro La Fenice, Venezia, 2005
Dynamic