Alexey Semenischev

bass-baritone

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Biography

Young Russian bass-baritone Alexey Semenischev joined the ensemble of the Ekaterinburg Opera (Ural Opera Ballet) in 2012. He began his career with lyric bass-baritone roles moving now towards dramatic repertoire. His current roles in Ekaterinburg include Tomsky/ The Queen of Spades, Gryaznoi/ The Tsar’s Bride, Varlaam/ Boris Godunov, Galitsky/ Prince Igor, Figaro/ Le nozze di Figaro, Papageno/ Die Zauberflöte, Schaunard/ La Bohème, Ping/ Turandot, Raimbaud/ Le Comte Ory, Hunter/ Rusalka, Farfarello/ The Love for Three Oranges, Père Photius in Martinu’s Greek Passion, Vershinin in Eötvös’ Tri sestry and Kallenbach in Philip Glass’ Satyagraha.

Alexey Semenischev studied at the Ural State Conservatory graduating with a Master’s degree in 2011. His stage debut took place in 2010 in a student production as Figaro/ Le nozze di Figaro. He is a passionate concert singer and since 2013 performs at the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Concert Hall and with Ekaterinburg Theatre of Romance.


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