Anna Khachaturovna Aglatova (Anna Aglatova) |

Anna Khachaturovna Aglatova (Anna Aglatova) |

Anna Aglatova

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Anna Aglatova (real name Asriyan) was born in Kislovodsk. She graduated from the Gnesins Music College (class of Ruzanna Lisitsian), in 2004 she entered the vocal department of the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music. In 2001 she became a scholarship holder of the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation (the founder of the scholarship was Sergey Leiferkus).

In 2003 she won the XNUMXst prize at the All-Russian Bella Voce Vocal Competition. The victory in the competition also brought her an invitation to the XIV Chaliapin season at the Caucasian Mineral Waters (Stavropol Territory) and the Christmas Festival in Düsseldorf (Germany).

In 2005, Anna Aglatova won the 2007rd prize at the Neue Stimmen International Competition in Germany and made her debut at the Bolshoi Theater in the same year as Nannetta (Verdi’s Falstaff). Her first major work at the Bolshoi was the role of Pamina (Mozart’s The Magic Flute). For the performance of this particular part, Anna Aglatova in XNUMX was nominated for the Golden Mask National Theater Award.

In May 2005, the singer took part in a tour of the Bolshoi Theater in South Korea. In May 2006, she sang Susanna (The Marriage of Figaro by W. A. ​​Mozart) in a concert performance at the Moscow International House of Music (conductor Teodor Currentzis), and in September of the same year she performed this part at the premiere at the Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and ballet (conductor Teodor Currentzis). Participated in the project of the Irina Arkhipova Foundation “Russian Chamber Vocal Lyrics – from Glinka to Sviridov”. In 2007 she performed the roles of Xenia (Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov), Prilepa (Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades) and Liu (Puccini’s Turandot) at the Bolshoi Theater. In 2008, she was awarded the XNUMXst prize at the All-Russian Festival-Competition of Young Vocalists named after V.I. N.A. Obukhova (Lipetsk).

The singer collaborated with such well-known conductors as Alexander Vedernikov, Mikhail Pletnev, Alexander Rudin, Thomas Sanderling (Germany), Teodor Currentzis (Greece), Alessandro Pagliazzi (Italy), Stuart Bedforth (Great Britain).

Source: Moscow Philharmonic website

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