Tenore

Grigory Kuznetsov

In the choir since 2019

Grigoriy Kuznetsov graduated with honours from the Popov Choral Arts Academy (vocal department) in 2013.

As a soloist at the Academy choir, he performed at the best concert halls of Russia, Germany, France, Switzerland and Japan. He participated in such international festivals as Sion Festival (tenor part in Schubert’s Messe G-Dur; Switzerland, 2016) and Oldenburger Promenade (tenor part in Bach’s Messe G-Moll; Germany, 2012), as well as in the concert performance of “Orango” by Shostakovich conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen (Moscow, 2014).

In 2013–2015, Grigoriy Kuznetsov was a soloist at the Yurlov Russian Academic Choir Capella. In 2015–2019, he was a soloist at the Kozhevnikov Moscow State Academic Choir. He has participated in such opera productions as “Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky (as Lensky at Durance Luberon festival, France), “Il viaggio a Reims” by Rossini (as Chevalier Belfiore at Oldenburger Promenade festival, Germany), and “Le nozze di Figaro” by Mozart (as Don Basilio in Sarov, Krasnoyarsk and Moscow). Since 2018, Grigoriy has been collaborating with the “Intrada” and “Old Russian Chant” ensembles.

Grigoriy Kuznetsov is a laureate of the “Amber Nightingale” international competition (2016, Kaliningrad) and the international competition in Lempäälä (2012, Finland). He is also a scholar of the Muslim Magomaev Foundation (2012–2013) and a laureate of the Popov award (2013).

In 2016, Grigoriy Kuznetsov completed his postgraduate studies at the Popov Choral Arts Academy (musicology department). In 2018, he defended his thesis to pursue the degree of Candidate of Art History.

Since 2019, Grigoriy Kuznetsov has been a member of the musicAeterna choir.

musicAeterna choir events

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003)
“Nonsense”, for mixed choir on poems by Edward Lear (1952)

Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006)
“Nonsense Madrigals” for male voices (1993)

Alexey Syumak
“1948” (world premiere!)

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003)
“Nonsense”, for mixed choir on poems by Edward Lear (1952)

Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006)
“Nonsense Madrigals” for male voices (1993)

Alexey Syumak
“1948” (world premiere!)

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Georgy Sviridov (1915-1998)
Choir Concert “Pushkin Wreath”

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

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An event of residency

Philippe Hersant
Choral Opera Tristia (2016)

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An event of residency

Dmitri Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Dmitri Smirnov
Prayers from St. John Chrysostom’s Liturgy for mixed choir