Vera Egorova


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Mezzo-soprano Vera Egorova was 2012-2022 a member of the ensemble at Theater Regensburg, where she performed a broad variety of roles, such as the title role of Carmen, Amneris Aida, Ulrica Un ballo in maschera, Fenena Nabucco, Alisa Lucia di Lammermoor, Tigrana Edgar, Zita Gianni Schicchi, Suzuki Madama Butterfly, Dritte Dame Die Zauberflöte, Alto solo Bach’s Mass in b minor, Baba the Turk The Rake’s Progress, Herodias Salome, Brangäne Tristan und Isolde, Mary Der fliegende Holländer, Gertrud Hans Heiling, Pepa Goyescas, alte Hannah Arendt Die Banalität der Liebe, Lucia Tetralucci Freax, Kubaricha Marina and Alte Wächterin in Anton Lubchenko’s two operas Doktor Schiwago and Wir. In summer 2021 she sang her first Fricka Das Rheingold in the open-air production in the port of Regensburg.

2019-2020 she sang Filipyevna Eugene Onegin at Theater Klagenfurt and Fenena Nabucco in the production of Theater Koblenz at Festung Ehrenbreitstein. Las season she appeared at Theater Kiel as Fata Morgana in Prokofiev’s Love for Three Oranges and at Staatsoper Hannover as Filipyevna Eugene Onegin. In the 2022-2023 season she performed Brangäne Tristan und Isolde in Cottbus and returned to Kiel as Old Lady in Bernstein's Candide. This season she will return to Hannover to sing Filipyevna.

After her graduation from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and the GITIS Theatre Academy Vera Egorova sang her first roles Carmen, Olga Eugen Onegin, Rosina Un Barbiere in Siviglia and Krista Die Sache Makropoulos with Helikon Opera Theatre. In 2006 she made her debut at Mariinsky Theater in St.Petersburg performing Carmen, Isabella L’Italiana in Algeri and Angelina La Cenerentola, a role which she also performed at the Bolshoi Theatre. At Teatro da Paz Opera Festival in Belèm, Brazil, she appeared as Maddalena Rigoletto. In concert she has sung the role of Eboli Don Carlo. She is prizewinner of the Elena Obraztsova Competition (1st Prize), the Bella Voce Competition and the Competition „La Romance Russe” (UNESCO, Paris). In 2010 she received the Russian theatre prize “Golden spotlight” for her Isabella L’Italiana in Algeri.


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