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Biography highlights

Alexander Nesterenko graduated from the Mineralovodsk College of Music (class of A.  Dorofeev) and continued his education at Rostov State Conservatory.

 

As a student he became a soloist of the Piatigorsky operetta theater, where he performed Alfredo in La Traviata, Boniface in The Dinner Party with Italians" by J. Offenbach, Alfred in Die Fledermaus

 

From 2011 to 2014 he was a soloist of the Rostov State Musical Theatre. His repertoire included Alfredo in La Traviata, the title role in Faust by Gounod, Hussar in Mavra" by Stravinsky, the title role in Paganini by Fr. Lehar, Almerik in Iolanta, Borsa in Rigoletto, Ovlur in Prince Igor.

 

In 2014 he joined the Stanislavsky Opera in Moscow. On the stage of Stanislavsky he performs Lensky in Eugene Onegin, Rodolfo in La Bohème, Alfredo Germont in La Traviata, Lord Arturo Bucklaw in Lucia di Lammermoor, Le Chevalier des Grieux in Manon, The Prince in The Love for Three Oranges

 

His upcoming engagements include Prince Sinodal in The Demon at SummerScape Festival at the Richard B. Fisher Centre for the Performing Arts. 

 

Alexander Nesterenko is the finalist of the V International Opera Singers Competition of Galina Vishnevskaya (special jury prize). 

 

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September 2018
2919:00

Prokofiev -The Love for Three Oranges - Prince

Stanislavsky and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre

Alexander Lazarev, Conductor

Alexander Titel, Stage Director

August 2018
0114:00

Rubinstein - The Demon - Sinodal

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

Leon Botstein, Conductor

Taddeus Strassberger , Stage Director

0314:00

Rubinstein - The Demon - Sinodal

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

Leon Botstein, Conductor

Taddeus Strassberger , Stage Director

0514:00

Rubinstein - The Demon - Sinodal

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

Leon Botstein, Conductor

Taddeus Strassberger , Stage Director

July 2018
2720:00

Rubinstein - The Demon - Sinodal

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

Leon Botstein, Conductor

Taddeus Strassberger , Stage Director

2914:00

Rubinstein - The Demon - Sinodal

Fisher Center for the Performing Arts

Leon Botstein, Conductor

Taddeus Strassberger , Stage Director

January 2018
0819:00

Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin - Lensky

Stanislavsky and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre

Felix Korobov, Conductor

Alexander Titel, Stage Director

2119:00

Donizetti - Lucia di Lammermoor - Lord Arturo Bucklaw

Stanislavsky and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre

Felix Korobov, Conductor

Adolf Shapiro, Stage Director

December 2017
1019:00

Prokofiev - Betrothal in a Monastery - Antonio

Stanislavsky and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre

Alexander Lazarev, Conductor

Alexander Titel, Stage Director

Lyudmila Naletova, Stage Director

1319:00

Donizetti - Lucia di Lammermoor - Lord Arturo Bucklaw

Stanislavsky and Nemirovich- Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre

Felix Korobov, Conductor

Adolf Shapiro, Stage Director

2319:00

Verdi - La Traviata - Alfredo Germont

State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia (Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra)

Felix Korobov, Conductor

Alexander Titel, Stage Director

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Fisher Center for the Performing Arts - The Demon, August 2018

The tenor Alexander Nesterenko’s virile voice and noble bearing were ideal for the well-meaning Prince Sinodal. During a scene in which the prince and his men rest at a camp en route to the wedding, he has an erotic dream about his bride-to-be. In this bold staging, Tamara appears and actually straddles the prince, who then awakens, horrified at his own thoughts — which were implanted in his mind by the demon, who soon arranges for the prince and his men to be ambushed by infidels. 

- New York Times, Anthony Tommasini Read the article

Youthful tenor Alexander Nesterenko, a mainstay at Moscow’s Stanislavsky Opera, who was enchanting as the doomed Prince Sinodal. Nesterenko is someone to look out for: his ethereal messa di vocecounts among the sole things I remember from act one.

- Parterre Box, Joel RozenRead the article

Tenor Alexander Nesterenko brought down the house in Sinodal’s death aria, the only one interrupted by applause. What a pity Rubinstein gave us no more opportunity to hear this brave and lustrous sound.

- The Boston Musical Inelligencer, Lee EisemanRead the article

Alexander Nesterenko’s powerful and sensuous tenor, musically deployed, made one regret Sinodal’s early exit from the score.

- Opera News, David Shengold Read the article


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