Théâtre des Champs Élysées
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Alexander Vinogradov  bass
Orchestre de chambre de  Paris
Nathalie Stutzmann  direction
Jeune Chœur de Paris  direction Henri Chalet      

The most villainous bass roles in French opera, from Escamillo to Mephistopheles, are brought to life by Alexander Vinogradov 


Poulenc  Sinfonietta
Bizet  Overture, «La cloche a sonné et le choeur des cigarières»,
« Que se passe-t-il donc là-bas ?», Entracte acte I (Carmen)
«Sur la grève en feu» (Les Pêcheurs de perles)
Gounod «Vous qui faites l’endormie», «Ronde du veau d’or» (Faust)
Berlioz «Une puce gentille», voici des roses», «Devant la maison» (La Damnation de Faust)
Bizet  Entracte acte II, «A deux cuartos», «Les voici»,  «Air du Toreador» (Carmen)

Alexander Vinogradov, an exceptionally gifted star of the international stage, who debuted at the age of 21 at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, has a particularly wide repertoire. For his first recital at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, the Russian bass has chosen a high-risk strategy: to sing French opera arias, apparently at odds with his Slavic roots, to a Parisian audience. We say “apparently”, because he has just triumphed in the roles of Escamillo, at Covent Garden in London and La Fenice in Venice, and Mephistopheles – a satanic role which has earned him critical acclaim in the press for several years.



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