Yevgeny Nesterenko
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Yevgeny Nesterenko


Yevgeny Yevgenievich Nesterenko Евгений Евгеньевич Нестеренко, born 8 January 1938 is a Russian operatic bass

Biography

Nesterenko's first profession was architecture, graduating from the Engineering and Construction Institute in Leningrad But he was called to music, and he studied under Vasily Lukanin at the Leningrad Conservatory At his last year at the conservatory 1965 Nesterenko was invited to sing at Leningrad's Maly Opera Theatre and after graduation joined the famous Mariinsky Opera and Ballet Theatre He won the gold medal at the 4th Moscow International Tchaikovsky Competition, which won him an invitation to Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre

Nesterenko has sung over 80 leading bass parts and performed 21 operas in their original languages He performed the main parts in operas by Glinka, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky and Borodin, and was the first to perform many works by Shostakovich, Sviridov and Taktakishvili

Nesterenko's enormous repertoire ranges from deep bass to baritone parts in operas by classical Russian and West-European composers His finest role is considered to be Tsar Boris in Mussorgsky's opera Boris Godunov, which won him the "Golden Viotti" medal in Italy in 1981

Nesterenko has performed on the world's best and most prestigious stages, such as the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, the Vienna State Opera and La Scala He has been awarded the highest Austrian, Italian, German and Russian awards for his singing He is the winner of the Giovanni Zenatello Prize "For an outstanding embodiment of the central character in the opera Attila by Verdi" He is the winner of the Chaliapin Prize of the Creativity Academy and the holder of many other titles and awards

Nesterenko has recorded about 70 records and discs, including 20 operas in full He is also an outstanding chamber singer with a subtle taste, expressiveness and sense of style

He is also known as an outstanding teacher He teaches at the Moscow Conservatory and the Higher Music School in Vienna Nesterenko is the author of two books - "My Way of Working with Singers" and "Reflections on My Profession" - and is the author of over 200 printed works

He is one of the most experienced music competition jurors in the world

References

External Links

  • Mussorgsky's "Song of the Flea"


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