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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.