Aleksandr Andrianov

Andrianov Alexander was born May 3, 1991 in Yaroslavl. In 2010 he graduated from Yaroslavl Music School named Sobinov class horn. In 2016 he graduated with honors from the Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory named after Glinka class opera and symphony conducting with Professor AM Skulsky. Assistant chief conductor of the Nizhny Novgorod Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet named A.S. Pushkin. As a conductor participated in theater productions: P. Tchaikovsky "Slippers" (2013.); I. Kalman "The Circus Princess" (2014.); W. Mozart "Cosi fun tutti" (2015.); R. Sh Chalaev "Cossacks" (2015 world premiere.); L. Klinichev "Anna-Marina" (2016 world premiere.); A. Khachaturian "Spartacus" (2016), conducted in the theater performances: F. Loewe "My Fair Lady"; B. Asafiev "The Fountain of Bakhchisarai and The". As an assistant in the opera studio of the conservatory, he staged productions: Rossini Marriage bill; P. Tchaikovsky "Eugene Onegin"; Puccini "Suor Angelica."; Verdi " Un ballo in maschera". In 2015, successfully conducted the performance of Verdi "La Traviata" at the scene of the Mari State Opera and Ballet Theatre. Collaborates with the Yaroslavl governor's symphony orchestra, was invited to participate in the X Jubilee Organ Festival named after L. Roizman, where the Russian premiere of works by Karl Hoyer "Concertino in the old style for organ and string orchestra" In November 2015 he became the winner of the Second Russian Music Competition in the specialty of opera and symphony conducting. Since 2017 she has been working with the Musical Theater named after THEM. Yausheva, where he conducted the performances of I. Kalman "Countess Maritz"; I. Strauss "Die Fledermaus "; J. Rossini "The Barber of Seville". Participant of competitions and festivals named after I.I. Musina (Kostroma), N. Tlendiyeva (Astana), Educational project within the framework of the Diagel Festival (Kurentzis, Perm), Academy of Ricardo Muti (Ravenna, Italy). Member of the master classes: Y. Simonov (2014, 2017 with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra); E. Tsirlina; V. Ponkin; Ricardo Muti

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