Igor Golovatenko (Baritone)|
Graduated from the Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire with a degree in conducting
(Gennady Rozhdenstvensky’s class).
Has studied solo singing with Dmitry
Vdovin at the Choral Academy.
In 2007, he made his debut at the Moscow’s
theatre Novaya Opera performing the part of Marullo
Speaker (Die Zauberfloete)
Marco (Gianni Schicchi)
Nobleman of Brabant
Fiorello, Officer (Il Barbiere di
Cat (Valdgardt's The Cat's House)
Baritone parts in the productions Maria Callas, Rossini
He took part in master classes and concerts of
the International School of Singing.
In 2006, he took part in the first
Russian performance of Delius’ A Mass of Life (Russian National
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Spivakov).
In 2007, he performed
the baritone part in Rakhmaninov’s The Bells in Yaroslavl (Yaroslavl
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Murad Annamamedov).
In 2008, he took part in a
concert performance of Il Viaggio a Reims at the Moscow International
House of Music and at the Durance Luberon festival, France.
In 2009, he took
part in concert performances of Carmen (Russian National Orchestra,
conductor Mikhail Pletnev) and Romeo et Juliette (Novaya
Rossiya orchestra) in Moscow. In the same year he took part in the Russian
National Orchestra Festival in Moscow.
In 2010, he made his Bolshoi
Theatre debut as Dr. Falke (Die Fledermaus).
First prize-winner at the 6th international
competition of piano and vocal duets Three Centuries of Classical
Romance (St. Petersburg, 2008).