Roman Burdenko Baritone

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Biography

Born in Barnaoul in Russia, Roman Burdenko has won numerous prestigious singing competitions, including the 1st Prize for the Competizione dell'Opera in Moscow and the 2nd Prize of the 2011 Long-Thibaud-Crespin Competition in Paris, the 3rd Prize for the 2012 World Opera Competition “Operalia” in Beijing, and the 2nd Prize for the 2013 Hans Gabor-Belvedere Competition in Amsterdam. 

Past projects include Alfio in Cavalleria rusticana, Tonio in Paillasse at the Grand-Théâtre in Geneva, the title-role in Prince Igor at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Stankar in Stiffelio at the Bilbao Opera, Dunois in a shortened version of Tchaikovsky's The Maid of Orleans at the Grand-Théâtre in Geneva, Renato in Un ballo in maschera at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin, Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Las Palmas Opera, Alfio and Tonio at the Zurich Opera. 

He made his debut at the Gergiev Festival in Rotterdam in Prokofiev's Ivan the Terrible, and he sang Ford in Falstaff at the Glyndebourne Festival alongside with Mark Elder and Richard Jones, Tomsky in The Queen of Spades at the Mariinsky Theatre, the title-role in Nabucco at the Grand-Théâtre in Geneva. He made his debut at the Munich Staatsoper in the role of Belcore in L'Elisir d'amore, and performed Germont in La Traviata with the Glyndebourne Touring and at the Mariinsky Theatre. 

Next season will see him in Tosca and La Forza del destino at the Berlin Deutsche Oper, Aida and Nabucco at the Verona Arena, Il Tabarro in Salzburg, La Gioconda in Las Palmas and The Queen of Spades at the Munich Staatsoper.

Paris Opera debut

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