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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.
He has performed on prestigious stages of the world including the Teatro Real Madrid, Aix en-Provence Festival, Théâtre des Champs-Elysees Paris, Glyndebourne Festival, Théatre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Japan Opera Foundation in Tokyo, Las Palmas Opera, Vlaamse Opera in Antwerp and Théatre de Luxembourg.
In Italy he has been the protagonist in such works as "Italiana in Algeri", "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", "Il Viaggio a Reims" and "La Cenerentola". His performances of these works included engagements with the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, which launched him on the international scene, at the La Fenice in Venice, the Teatro Comunale of Bologna, the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Teatro Petruzzelli of Bari and the Festival of Stresa.
He has collaborated with leading conductors such as A. Zedda, D. Renzetti, B. Campanella, E. Pido, V. Jurowski, M. Mariotti, C. Scimone, J.Lopez-Cobos, G. Carella, G. Noseda and R. Frizza, and with directors such as P L Pizzi, D. Fo, T. Servillo, G. Del Monaco, D. Abbado, I. Brook, Sir Peter Hall and S. Vizioli.
Other important debuts have included Otello in Lausanne Maometto II and Barbiere di Siviglia at the Teatro la Fenice in Venice. He also sung Castor et Pollux at the Theater an der Wien La muette de Portici at Opera Comique and La cenerentola at the Bastille.