Born on June 13
Born in the village of Karatuzsky, the Krasnoyarsk Region. When Denis was 11, he started to learn pop vocal; he joined the Confetti ensemble and took parts in its tours in the Krasnoyarsk Region. He was fully engaged in the district, city and regional competitions. He graduated from music school with honours.
In 2010, he entered the Ivanov-Radkevich Krasnoyarsk College of Arts (class of Alekseevna Astanina). During his studies, he won several competitions.
In 2014, he entered the Krasnoyarsk Academy of Music and Theatre (class of People's Artist of the Russian Federation, Associate Professor, Head of the Solo Singing Department Larisa Vladimirovna Marzoeva). Between December 2014 and December 2015, he did his military service in the Russian Federation Armed Forces.
In 2017, he took part in a solo concert of People's Artist of Russia Dmitri Hvorostovsky. He sang there the song Troika accompanied by an orchestra (conducted by Konstantin Orbelian).
Being a student, he performed at the concerts Maestro Invites conducted by Chief Conductor Anatoly Petrovich Chepurny at the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.
In August 2018, he took part in the charity show Hvorostovsky and Friends for Children in the Krasnoyarsk Philharmonic.
July 2018 and October 2019, Denis took part in master classes by People's Artist of the RSFSR Sergei Petrovich Leiferkus.
In November 2019, Denis Grechishkin joined the opera company of the Hvorostovsky Festival.
He repeatedly took part in the Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival in Krasnoyarsk.
He took part in the Sibirskaya Kamerata Theatre project for opera soloists and the chamber concerts cycle of this project Meetings at the Piano (2023).
The roles performed:
Mitya Sokol, writer Vladimir Gilyarovsky, Makar Ogarkov, Nikita Pan – Yermak by Aleksander Tchaikovsky
Gendarme – Les Mamelles de Tirésias by Francis Poulenc
Don Giovanni – Don Giovanni by Mozart
Figaro – Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart
Vasily Danilovich Vozhevatov – Without a Dowry by Daniil Frenkel
Frédéric– Lakme by Léo Delibes
Zanetto – Zanetto by Pietro Mascagni Monsieur Leon – concert Femmes Fatales
Prince of Wales, Master of ceremonies – art-cafe Moulin Rouge
The Prologue piece – Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo
Barbe-Bleue – Barbe-Bleue by Offenbach.
His repertoire also includes: Mizgir (The Snow Maiden by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov), Silvio (Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo), Black Man (Black Man by Prostitov), Marullo (Rigoletto by Verdi), Onegin (Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky).
The Spivakov Foundation scholarship for high academic achievements and professionalism (2017);
The 1st-degree prize of the International Competition Romanciada (Tomsk, 2016), as well as the 3rd-degree prize of the final round of the competition (Moscow, 2016);
The 3rd-degree prize of the regional competition Magic Microphone (Krasnoyarsk, 2008).