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Vladimir Atlantov

Atlantov was among the reigning performers on the Bolshoi Movie theater in the 1960s and ’70s, with a robust tone of voice, particularly in the very best register, and emotional strength well-suited for overwrought assignments such as for example Don José in Carmen and Gherman in Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades. As could happen with such effective voices, however, a lot more than sometimes he fell in to the habit of emphasizing power and quantity over subtlety and overlooking any powerful marking significantly less than forte. His family members was a musical one and he examined on the Leningrad Conservatory, graduating in 1963, and producing his debut in the Kirov Theatre the same yr. From 1963 to 1965, he also analyzed at La Scala’s apprentice vocalist program, and time for the Soviet Union, won the 1966 Tchaikovsky Competition, and became a member of the Bolshoi the entire year after. Some of his profession is at the Soviet Union, he do make occasional looks overseas, including his Covent Backyard debut in 1987 as Otello.

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