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Tikhomirov, Alexey - Bass

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Tikhomirov, AlexeyBass
Tikhomirov, AlexeyBass
Tikhomirov, AlexeyBass
Tikhomirov, AlexeyBass

Biography

Russian bass Alexey Tikhomirov graduated from N.G. Zhiganova Kazan State Conservatory in 2006 (professor Y.V. Borisenko). He also studied at the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Center in 2004-2006 (Professor A. Belousova-Fadeicheva).
 
From 2005, Tikhomirov is the main soloist at Helicon-Opera under the leadership of Dmitry Bertman, and from 2015 he is a guest soloist of The Kolobov Novaya Opera of Moscow, where sings in Rigoletto, Tsar’s Bride, Prince Igor, Eugene Onegin, Faust, Boris Godunov etc. Tikhomirov is a guest soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia from 2010 (debut as Sarastro in Mozart's opera The Magic Flute). In 2009 he made his debut at the Rome Opera as Agamemnon in Gluck's opera Iphigenia in Aulis with R. Muti. He also took part in the opera Moise et Pharaon by Rossini at the Salzburg Festival under Maestro Muti. In 2011, he sang Ruslan in Glinka’s Ruslan and Lyudmila on the grand opening of the historical stage of the Bolshoi Theatre after reconstruction.
 
2019 was marked by his return to Opéra Marseille and house debut at New National Theatre Tokyo.
 
His engagements of recent years include the roles of Boris Godunov (in Krasnoyarsk, Marssele, Antverpen and Poznan), Massimiliano (Verdi’s Il masnadieri in Monte Carlo), Boris Timofeyevich Izmailov (Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, the Opera House Monte Carlo, San Paolo and Santiago de Chile), Sparafucile (Verdi’s Rigoletto, Santiago de Chile),Tsar Dodon (Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel in Dusseldorf, Brussels and Teatre Real Madrid) and Thoas (Gluck’s Iphigenia in Tauris, Grand Theatre of Geneva).
 
His concert repertoire comprises Rossini’s Stabat Mater for Wiener Philharmoniker, Musikverein Vienna and Graz, Cherubini’s Messe Solenelle for Wiener Philharmoniker with Riccardo Muti, Haydn’s Die Sieben letzten Worte for Osterklang Festival with Riccardo Muti, Bach's Weihnachtsoratorium at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall Moscow with Vladimir Fedoseev, Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de confessore for Bayerischer Rundfunk with Riccardo Muti, concerts at Opéra de Monte-Carlo with Dimitry Jurowski and at St. Petersburg Philharmonia with Mikhail Tatarnikov.