Russian-born bass Sergei Leiferkus offers verified himself authoritative in lots of regions of the repertory. He was one of the primary from the Soviet performers from the 1980s to established himself as a significant vocalist in the Western, as well as with his own nation. Furthermore to opera, he offers excelled in recital and concert function. His sturdy, nearly brazen timbre and incisive phrasing make a daring impact and his instrument’s dark color allows for him to efficiently believe such bass parts as that of the soloist in Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 13 (Babi Yar). After research in Leningrad, Leiferkus was involved from the Malïy Opera Theater in 1972, staying with that business as a primary vocalist until 1978. His debut at Leningrad’s Kirov occurred as Prince Andrei in 1977. As an extremely important number among that theater’s developing roster of world-class performers, Leiferkus assumed such tasks as Don Giovanni and Rossini’s Figaro. His Traditional western debut came not really within an opera home, but rather within the concert stage when he made an appearance in 1980 using the Berlin Philharmonic under Kurt Masur. In 1982, he made an appearance at the tiny but well-known Wexford Event performing the Marquis in Massenet’s rather obscure Grisélidis. He was asked back again for the name part in Marschner’s Hans Heiling, the Fiddler in Humperdinck’s Königskinder and Boniface in another Massenet rarity, Le jongleur de Notre-Dame. Leiferkus founded other fits in the English Isles, carrying out Yevgeny Onegin and Don Giovanni for the Scottish Opera, essaying Zurga and Escamillo for the British Country wide Opera and Zurga and Scarpia for Opera North. His debut in the Royal Opera occurred as the Count number di Luna inside a 1989 creation of Il trovatore. Following tasks there included Prince Igor, Iago, Onegin, Telramund, Scarpia, and Ruprecht in Prokofiev’s Fiery Angel. Using the Kirov firm, Leiferkus toured Britain in 1987, executing both Onegin and Tomsky in Tchaikovsky’s Pique Dame. The Glyndebourne Celebration asked Leiferkus to do it again Tomsky in 1992; the same calendar year, the baritone produced his Metropolitan Opera debut as Onegin. Among his various other nearly 50 assignments are Mazeppa, Telramund, Pizarro (all three documented), the elder Germont and Anckarstroem in El ballo in maschera (a job that gained him outstanding testimonials at SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 2000). He provides sung in such various other locations as the Wiener Staatsoper, La Scala, the Teatro Colón, the Bastille Opera in Paris, and holland Opera in Amsterdam. Besides Glyndebourne, Leiferkus provides sung opera shows on the Salzburg Easter Celebration, at Edinburgh, with Bregenz. Leiferkus provides made some excellent melody recordings for both Conifer and Chandos. The initial disk of his comprehensive routine of Mussorgsky music was nominated for the Grammy, while Quantity Two gained a 1997 Cannes traditional award, and three amounts from the established were honored using a Diapason d’Or that same calendar year. The singer’s recital performances have already been acclaimed in both America and Britain. Leiferkus provides made an appearance many times at Lincoln Middle with the Frick Collection and provides sung memorable applications at Covent Backyard and Wigmore Hall. Furthermore to various other recitals at Tanglewood, the Wexford Celebration, the Kozerthaus in Vienna, as well as the Cologne Philharmonic, Leiferkus provides conducted professional classes on the Britten-Pears College at Aldeburgh, Britain.