Sergey Romanovsky

Introduction

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An innate musician with a prodigious talent, Tenor Sergey Romanovsky was born in Mineralny Vody, a small town in central Russia. He joined the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory and the Moscow Academy of Choral Arts where he worked with vocal coach Dmitry Vdovin in an ongoing professional relationship. 

Sergey is already a prize winner in several major competitions including the Internationl Bella Voce Vocal Competition in Moscow (2005), and was also awarded a special grant by the New Names Charity Foundation in 2005 having since toured in Germany with New Names Foundation’s concert program.

He received high acclaim for his debut performance as Tebaldo in I Capuleti e Montecchi at the opening night of the 08/09 season of the Moscow State Philharmonic Society opposite Patrizia Ciofi and Anna Bonitatibus, and made his debut at La Scala in Milan with Libenskoff in Il Viaggio a Reims. He also recently sang Ernesto in Don Pasquale at the Norske Opera in Oslo, Lensky in Eugene Onegin in Lille and Amiens, Rachmaninov's The Bells with the RSNO.

His debut as Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia was at the Opera de Wallonie, a role he has since also sung at the Teatro Petruzelli in Bari with Lorin Maazel, and most recently at the Opera de Bordeaux. He will also make his Canadian debut with this role in the coming seasons at Opera de Montréal.

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Repertoire

OPERATIC:

BELLINI I Capuleti e i Montecchi 
BELLINI La Sonnambula
BIZET Les Pecheurs de Perles
DONIZETTI Don Pasquale 
DONIZETTI L'elisir d'amore
DONIZETTI La Fille du Regiment
GOUNOD Romeo et Juliette 
MOZART Così fan tutte
PUCCINI Gianni Schicchi
ROSSINI Il barbiere di Siviglia 
ROSSINI Il Viaggio a Reims 
ROSSINI L'italiana in Algeri
RACHMANINOV Aleko
RIMSKI-KORSAKOV The Snow Maiden 
RIMSKI-KORSAKOV Mozart & Salieri 
STRAUSS Der Rosenkavalier 
TCHAIKOVSKY Eugene Onegin
VERDI La traviata 

ORATORIO/CANTATA:

HAYDN The Creation
MOZART Requiem
RACHMANINOV The Bells
ROSSINI Petite messe solennelle
ROSSINI Stabat Mater
SHOSTAKOVICH The Song of the Forests
VERDI Requiem 

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Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg


La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg


La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg

La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg

La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg

La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg

EUGENE ONEGIN

Larina Frances Pappas 
Tatjana Zhala Ismailova 
Olga Emily Righter 
Filipjewna Anna Maria Dur 
Onegin Simon Schnorr 
Lenski Sergey Romanovsky 
Monsieur Triquet Franz Supper 
Fürst Gremin Alexey Birkus 
Saretzki Rudolf Pscheidl 
Hauptmann Rudolf Faust
Musikalische Leitung Leo Hussain 
Inszenierung André Heller-Lopes 

Wigmore Hall, London

Iain Burnside presents a series of Rachmaninov song recitals at Wigmore Hall


Harvest of Sorrow op.4/5
A Dream op.8/5
The Answer op.21/4
The Waterlily op.8/1
Prayer op.8/6
Fragment by Musset op.21/6
Spring Waters op.14/11

No Prophet, I op.21/11
Melody op.21/9
Sorrow in Springtime op.21/12
Twilight op.21/3
What wealth of rapture op.34/12

Beloved, let us fly op.26/5
I’m alone again op.26/9
The Storm op.34/3
The Muse op.34/1
Dissonance op.34/13

Iain Burnside, piano
Evelina Dobraceva, soprano
Sergey Romanovsky, tenor 

Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburg

La Clemenza di Tito 

Conducted by Leo Hussain 
Directed by Amélie Niermeyer 
Tito Vespasian, Sergey Romanovsky 
Vitellia, Anna Maria Niedbala 
Servilia,Laura Nicorescu 
Sesto, Frances Pappas 
Annio, Emily Righter 
Publio, Alexey Birkus

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Press

Sergey Romanovsky Recital

Moscow

"...With all of Moscow's opera and ballet theatres due soon to be on holiday until autumn, it seems an appropriate time to reflect on the best - and the worst - of what they had to offer in the season now drawing to a close. [...] Vocally, the revelation of the season was Novaya Opera's Sergey Romanovsky, whose finely tuned, light, lyric tenor graced "The Barber of Seville" and, unhappily for Moscow audiences, seems almost certain to be in great demand soon on operatic stages abroad..." The Moscow Times, July 8th 2009

Bellini

I Capuletti e i Montecchi

Moscow Easter Festival

A real surprise for the audience was Sergei Romanovsky, who has demonstrated a lovely timbre, secure high notes and all necessary prerequisites of the great belcanto tenor; after the demanding two-part aria of the first act he got an applause worthy fo of a star..." [translation] The Financial Times, 2008