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Dmitry Korchak

Dmitry Korchak was born in Russia. After graduating from the Alexander Sveshnikov Moscow Choral College, Dmitry entered the Moscow Chorus Academy, where he studied both as a conductor and as a singer.

Since winning in 2004 prize at Francisco Viñas International Competition in Barcelona and two prizes at Placido Domingo’s Operalia Competition in Los Angeles, Dmitry Korchak has continued to delight audiences worldwide in some of the most celebrated venues, playing some of the greatest leading operatic roles and collaborating with renowned conductors and orchestras.

Dmitry has collaborated with such conductors as: B. Campanella, J. Cura, P. Domingo, L. Maazel, Z. Mehta, R. Muti, K. Nagano, K. Penderezkyi, E. Pido, S. Sondeckis, J. Tate, T. Tsanderling, E. Queler, Zedda, V. Fedoseev, M. Pletniov, V. Popov, V. Spivakov, E. Svetlanov, J. Temirkanov and others.

He performed at: Carnegie Hall, Teatro dell Opera di Roma, Teatro Filarmonico di Verona, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Opera Bastille, Vienner Staatsoper, Covent Garden, De Nederlandse Oper, Berliner Staatsoper, Los Angeles Opera, Semperoper Dresden, Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Bayrische Staatsoper, Theatre La Monnaie, Palau de les Artes in Valencia, Salzburg Festival, Pesaro Festival, Bad Kissingen Festival, Colmar Festival, Ravenna Festival, Reate Festival etc.

Among his recent and future engagements: I Puritani e Cosi fan tutte at Opéra Bastille, Le Comte Ory at Opéra Lyon, Don Giovanni at MET in New York and at Liceu in Barcelona, Les pêcheurs de perles at Theater an der Wien, I Puritani in Turin Il Flauto magico in Bologna, Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Teatro Real in Madrid, at MET and concerts in Wien.

December 2015

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