Enkhbatyn Amartüvshin

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Enkhbatyn Amartüvshin, (Mongolian: Энхбатын Амартүвшин; born 23 March 1986), is a Mongolian operatic baritone and Honoured Artist of Mongolia. Also known as Amartuvshin Enkhbat, he has been a soloist in the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre of Mongolia since 2008.[1]


Amartüvshin was born on 23 March 1986 in Sukhbaatar in Mongolia. In 2009 he graduated from State University of Arts and Culture, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (class of Professor Mrs. Tserenpil Eruu).[1]

Competitions and awards[edit]

Amartüvshin won numerous national and international opera competitions, including the Mongolian National Competition for Young Opera Singers (2009, II Prize), international opera competition BAIKAL in Ulan-Ude, Russia (2011, I prize), XIV Tchaikovsky Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia (2011, II prize and a public award for the best male singer), Operalia Competition, Beijing, China (2012, I prize).[2] He also won the Dame Joan Sutherland Audience Prize at the 2015 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition.[3]


His stage roles have included Escamillo in Carmen by Bizet, Tonio in I Pagliacci by Leoncavallo, Aleko in Aleko by Rachmaninov, Genghis Khan in Genghis Khan by Sharav, Onegin in Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky, Prince Yeletsky in The Queen of Spades by Tchaikovsky, Amonasro in Aida by Verdi, Count di Luna in Il Trovatore by Verdi, Giorgio Germont in La Traviata by Verdi and Rigoletto in Rigoletto by Verdi.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Amartuvshin Enkhbat (Enhbat)". Smolart.com. 1986-03-23. Retrieved 2012-11-06.
  2. ^ "The World Opera Competition official website". Operaliacompetition.org. Retrieved 2012-11-06.
  3. ^ Evans, Rian (22 June 2015). "BBC Cardiff Singer of the World review – exceptional technique and instinctive musicality shine through in a strong final". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 June 2015.

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