alexander  voronov

bass-baritone

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Russian bass-baritone Alexander Voronov was born in 1992 in Moscow. When he graduated in 2013 as choirmaster of the State Music College of the PITchaikovsky Conservatory, he joined the singing class of Professor Mario Diaz at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg. He won the Gianna Szel scholarship in 2015 and 2016 and since 2018 he has held the Ordentliches Stipendium scholarship. We could hear her in “Lohengrin” by S.Sciarrino at the Easter Festival in Salzburg as well as at the prestigious Elbphilharmony in Hamburg. He is the understudy of several operatic roles such as Simone, Gianni Schicchi (Puccini) at Bergen Summer Opera, Cuno, Der Frischütz (Carl Maria von Weber) at Kinderfestpiele Salzburg and Sarastro, Die Zauberflöte (WAMozart) at Daegu Opera House. At the concert, Alexander Voronov performs the solo parts of St. John's Passion, Christmas Oratorio, St. Matthew's Passion (Bach) as well as Mozart's Requiem and Mass in C. He is also interested in contemporary music and regularly sings works by composers such as S.Sciarrino, H.Grassl or F.Tuscano.