The first days of the new 2020 won’t be holidays for many artists of the Hvorostovsky Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre because they’re going to introduce their new parts to the theatre’s audience.
On January 6, theatre’s principal singer, the winner of international competitions Sevastian Martynyuk is going to debut as Duke Robert who is in love with beautiful Matilda in the lyric opera Iolanta by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Bass singer Maxim Orlov joined the opera company at the end of the previous season; he’ll perform the part of King René - the caring father of the blind Iolanta - for the first time.
Krasnoyarsk citizens will have the opportunity to admire several debut performances as well in ballet shows.
The winner of international competitions George Bolsunovsky will dance the part of Duke Albrecht of Silesia in Adolphe Adam’s Giselle for the first time on January 8. A recent graduate of the Krasnoyarsk Choreographic College Grigory Botenkov will depict sufferings of the Duke’s unfortunate rival - a gamekeeper Hilarion - through dance. On January 12, the winner of international competitions Sayaka Takuda will debut as Kitri in the most popular ballet Don Quixote by Ludwig Minkus.