Abaimov, Yaroslav - Tenor

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Abaimov, YaroslavTenor
Abaimov, YaroslavTenor
Abaimov, YaroslavTenor
Abaimov, YaroslavTenor
Abaimov, YaroslavTenor


In 2010 Russian tenor Yaroslav Abaimov joined the Novaya Opera Theatre in Moscow. 
His repertoire includes the following parts: Lensky (Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin), Simpleton (Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov), Prince Ramiro (Rossini's La Cenerentola), Count Almaviva (Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia), Peter Quint (Britten’s The Turn of the Screw), and others.  
Among his recent and upcoming engagements is l'Astrologue (Rimsky-Korsakov’s Le coq d'or) at Opéra National de Lorraine.
In 2018 Yaroslav made his debut as Il Conte d’Almaviva (Rossini’s ll barbiere di Siviglia) at the Bolshoi Theatre under the button of P.G. Morandi. He was the guest soloist with the Nationale Reisopera (Netherlands) in 2015, where debuted as Nadir (Bizet`s Les pêcheurs de perles), and in 2016 performed the role of Ferrando (Mozart`s Così fan tutte). In 2015, he made his Bolshoi Theatre debut as Simpleton in Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov
In 2007, the singer performed the tenor part in Mozart’s Requiem with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia led by Vladimir Spivakov at the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Eifman St. Petersburg Ballet. In 2009, Yaroslav Abaimov performed the same part with the Minsk Philharmonic Orchestra led by Galanov and Lucas in Haydn’s The Seasons, conducted by Gómez Martines, at the Fetes Musicales de Savoie Festival in France. 
In 2005 Abaimov graduated from the Sveshnikov Choral College, in 2010 – from the Popov Choral Academy with degrees in singing (Nesterenko’s class) and in choral conducting (Gavdush’s class). 
In 2007–2008 he attended master classes of Giandomenico Bisi, Gloria Borelli (Italy) and George Darden (USA) at the Moscow International Vocal School. 
Abaimov is prize-winner if Pirogov All-Russia Vocal Competition (Ryazan, 2005), the 21-st Century Art International Competition (Vorzel, Ukraine, 2006) and International Singing Competition (Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2013).