Russian tenor Vsevolod Grivnov studied at the Russian Chorus Academy from 1986 at the Russian Music Academy under Professor Byelov. In 1990 he became a soloist of the New Opera Company of Moscow’s Municipal Theatre. He is also a principal soloist with the Bolshoi Theatre. Performances with the company have included Alfredo in La Traviata, Luisa Miller, Un Ballo In Maschera and Adriana Lecouvrier.
Engagements have included Sergei in Lady Macbeth Of Mtsensk with the New Israeli Opera, Don José in Carmen with the Teatro Bellini Catania, Verdi Requiem with the Noord Nederlandse Orkest and Rachmaninov’s Songs for Tenor and Orchestra with the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra. He also sang his first Aida at the Cologne Opera recently as well as Lensky in Eugene Onegin with Los Angeles Opera.
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