Yankovsky, Pavel - Baritone

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Yankovsky, Pavel Baritone
Yankovsky, Pavel Baritone
Yankovsky, Pavel Baritone
Yankovsky, Pavel Baritone



Born in Belarus in 1979, Mr. Yankovsky graduated from the Baranovichi School of Music in choral conducting in 2006 he graduated from the vocals department of the St Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire.

Future engagements in upcoming seasons include Germont (La traviata) in Opera på Skäret Festival, Shaklovity (Khovanshchina), concert with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. In Novosibirsk State Opera he will sing Escamillo, Prince Igor, Rigoletto, Sharpless, Gryaznoy/Tsar’s Bride, Yeletsky/The Queen of Spades, Aleko, Robert, Scarpia, Valentin, Marcello and Onegin.
Since 2010, he has been a lead soloist at Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. Over two seasons there, he has sung sixteen roles, appearing in over one hundred performances, among them: Rigoletto, Scarpia/Tosca, Escamillo/Carmen, Germont/La traviata, Marcello/La bohème, Sharpless/Madama Butterfly, Eugene Onegin/title, Yeletsky, Prince Igor/title, Gryaznoy.
At the National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre of Belarus, he performed the role of Prince Igor in 2012. Mr. Yankovsky has toured with the Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre to Thailand (La Bohème, 2010) and South Korea (Prince Igor, 2010).
From 2004 - 2008 he was a soloist of the Opera and Ballet Theatre of the St Petersburg Conservatoire where he made his debut in the title role in Eugene Onegin. At that theatre, he also appeared as Valentin/Faust, Germont/La traviata, Robert/Iolanta, Gryaznoy/The Tsar’s Bride and Karenin/Uspensky’s Anna Karenina.
Mr. Yankovsky has also taken part in theatre tours together with maestro Valery Gergiev performing the operas Il viaggio a Reims (Kennedy Center, Washington, and Teatro Real, Madrid) and The Love for Three Oranges (Teatro Real, Madrid, and Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo).
From 2006-2007 he trained at the International Summer Academy in Mikkeli (Finland), studying under Elena Obraztsova, Vladimir Atlantov and Matti Palm.
He has won several prices including Belorussian National Stanisław Moniuszko Competition, International Irina Bogacheva Competition in 2007 and Finalist at the Luciano Pavarotti Competition (Modena, Italy, 2008). Besides this, he has received two Paradise theatre prizes for “Best Male Role in Opera” as Robert in the opera Iolanta (2011) and for “Best Male Role in Opera” as Valentin in Faust (2012).