Albert Schagidullin

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Albert Schagidullin is a Russian operatic bass-baritone who has appeared in leading roles in many European opera houses and companies, including Glyndebourne Festival Opera,[1] Vienna State Opera, the Liceu (Barcelona), Teatro Real (Madrid), Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris),[2] and La Scala.

He studied at the Moscow Conservatory and won several international singing competitions: Francisco Viñas Competition in Barcelona (1990), Callas Competition in Athens (1991), Belvedere Competition in Vienna (1991), Vervier Competition (1991), CIEM Competition in Geneva and the Pavarotti Competition in Philadelphia.[3][non-primary source needed] Schagidullin made his professional debut as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Dublin Opera.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Norris, Geoffrey (27 August 2004). "Proms: clouds lifted and the Knight shone". Daily Telegraph
  2. ^ Holland, Bernard (14 November 2001). "Chekhov Transposed in Sex and Tempo". New York Times
  3. ^ Impulse Art Management. Biography: Albert Shagidullin