Nearest performances

La clemenza di Tito 17 September
Don Giovanni, ossia Il dissoluto punito 26 September28 September
Servilia 4 October6 October
La Périchole 11 October13 October
Ariadne auf Naxos 16 October
Il mondo della luna 18 October19 October
Il turco in Italia 25 October

Awards

1999, 2000 – The diploma winner of All-Russian Singing Contest «Bella Voce» (Moscow);
2002 – The 3rd prizewinner of All-Russian Singing Contest «Bella Voce» (Moscow);
2004 – The diploma winner of International Singing Contest named after L.P. Alexandrovskaya (Belarus, Minsk);
2007 – The 1st prizewinner of Valentina Levko’s First All-Russian Open Singing Contest (Moscow);
2008, 2010 - The diploma winner of II-III International Opera Singers Competitions of Galina Vishnevskaya.


				
Кирилл Филин

Biography

Was born on November 29, 1977.

In 2002 graduated with honors from the Academic Musical College at Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovskiy.
In 2007, graduated with honors from the Russian Academy of Music (RAM) named after Gnessins (teacher: Alexei Mochalov, the People’s Artist of Russia).
At the present time a soloist of Moscow State Academic Chamber Theatre named after Boris Pokrovskiy.
Takes part in concerts as well, particularly in collaboration with the Russian State Academic Symphonic Chapel under direction of Valery Polyansky, the Fund «Talents of the World» (under direction of David Gvinianidze) and the National Club of Russian Basses (under direction of Vyacheslav Sidorov).
Works also with G. Rozhdestvensky, V. Polyansky, G. Vishnevskaya and other famous musicians of today.

Repertoire

Roles performed on stage: Basilio (“Il Barbiere di Siviglia”, Rossini), Norton («La Cambiale Di Matrimonio», Rossini), Selim («Il Turco in Italia», Rossini) Antonio («The Marriage of Figaro”, Mozart), Publio («La Clemenza di Tito», Mozart), Collin («La Boheme», Puccini and «La Boheme», Leoncavallo), Medico («Macbeth», Verdi), Samuel («Un ballo in maschera», Verdi), Betto («Gianni Schicchi», Puccini), Commendatore, Masetto («Don Giovanni», Mozart), Don Fernando («Leonore” and “Fidelio», Beethoven), Otton («L’incoronazione di Poppea», Monteverdi), Cesare, Tolomeo, Nireno («Giulio Cesare in Egitto», Handel), Lefort («Zar und Zimmerman», Lortzing), Haraŝto («Přihody Liŝky Bystrouŝky», Janaček), Father («The Prodigal Son», Britten), David Siqueiros («Diego and Frida», K. Aho); Henri («Das Veilchen vom Monmartre», Kalman), Notary («Der Graf von Luxemburg», Lehar), Gremin, Zaretsky, Company Commander («Evgeniy Onegin», Tchaikovskiy); Gypsy («The Fair at Sorochintsi», Mussorgsky) Marshal Davout, Dolokhov («Voina i Mir», Prokofiev), von Wierhof («Semyon Kotko», Prokofiev).

Roles prepared but not performed yet: Leporello («Don Giovanni», Mozart), Philipp, The Great Inquisitor, Monk («Don Carlo», Verdi), Monterone, Sparafucile («Rigoletto” Verdi), Boris, Pimen («Boris Godunov», Mussorgsky), Sobakin («The Tsar’s Bride», Rimsky-Korsakov), Chub («Tcherevichki», Tchaikovskiy); Farlaf, Svetozar («Ruslan i Lyudmila», Glinka); Old Gypsy («Aleko», Rachmaninov), Kutuzov («Voina i Mir», Prokofiev).

All in group

  • Sergei Baikov
  • Viktor Borovkov
  • Kirill Filin
  • Alexander Markeev
  • Alexei Mochalov
  • Alexei Prokopyev
  • Alexei Smirnov
  • David Tselauri
  • German Yukavsky
  • Anatoly Zakharov