Andrey Maslakov

stage directors



Andrey Maslakov is a multilingual stage director and an Honoured Artist of Ukraine. He obtained his Master of Opera as a singer from Hochschule der Musik in Augsburg, Germany. In 2020 he received his Master of Opera as a stage director from the National Music Academy of Ukraine.

His productions as a stage director in Kiev, Ukraine, include Fidelio in 2022, Carmen in 2021 and Die Zauberflöte in 2020. He staged an open-air production of Aida at Hatshepsut Temple in Luxor, Egypt, in 2019. At the National Theatre of Havana, Cuba, he staged Tosca in 2017 and Carmen in 2018.

In 2009 Andrey Maslakov joined the ensemble of the National Opera of Ukraine, where his repertoire has included Méphisto/ Faust, Crespel/ Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Don Magnifico/ La Cenerentola, Bartolo/ Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Dulcamara/ L’Elisir d’amore, Uberto/ La serva padrona, Escamillo/ Carmen, Amonasro/ Aida, the title role of Aleko, a.o.

In Germany he has sung Amfortas and Klingsor in Eisenach, Escamillo, Scarpia, Kaspar/ Der Freischütz and Ferrando/ Il Trovatore in Erfurt, Papageno in Dessau, Hobson/ Peter Grimes in Mainz and Augsburg, a.o. He sang the title role of Der fliegende Holländer at the National Theatre of Havana in Cuba, at Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, at Mikhailovsky Theatre St. Petersburg and in Ljubljana, Slovenia.


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