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Tenore

Nikolay Stazyuk

In the choir since 2019

Nikolay Statsyuk is 1st prize laureate of the Lisitsian international opera competition (Vladikavkaz, 2017).

He is also a 2nd prize laureate of the “Tsarskoselskiy” international opera competition (Pushkin, 2018).

Nikolay Statsyuk was born on February 23. In 2011, he graduated from the Moscow Humanitarian Pedagogical University. Later the same year, he began his studies at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Music (Venice). In 2013, Nikolay performed the solo part in Haydn’s “Mass” at Teatro La Fenice (Venice).

In February 2016, he made his debut on the La Fenice stage in Gluck’s “Chinese Women” and Mancuso’s “Return of the Hand Bells”. In May 2016, Nikolay Statsyuk performed the solo part in Rossini’s Solemn Mass at Teatro Olimpico (Vicenza).

musicAeterna choir events

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An event of Salzburg Festival

Dmitry Shostakovich
Symphony No. 13 in B flat minor ‘Babi Yar’ op. 113

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An event of Salzburg Festival

Paul Dessau
Guernica – Piano piece after Picasso

Karl Amadeus Hartmann
Piano Sonata ‘27. April 1945’

Dmitry Shostakovich
String Quartet No. 8 in C minor op. 110 – ‘In memory of the victims of fascism and the war’

Alfred Schnittke
Requiem for solo voices, choir and chamber ensemble

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An event of Salzburg Festival

Bela Bartok (1881 – 1945)
Bluebeard´s Castle
Opera in one act, op. 11 Sz. 48 (1918)

Carl Orff (1895 – 1982)
De temporum fine comoedia
The Play of the End of Times — Vigilia (Original version1973)

Performance by Romeo Castellucci and Teodor Currentzis

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An event of Salzburg Festival

Bela Bartok (1881 – 1945)
Bluebeard´s Castle
Opera in one act, op. 11 Sz. 48 (1918)

Carl Orff (1895 – 1982)
De temporum fine comoedia
The Play of the End of Times — Vigilia (Original version1973)

Performance by Romeo Castellucci and Teodor Currentzis

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An event of Salzburg Festival

Bela Bartok (1881 – 1945)
Bluebeard´s Castle
Opera in one act, op. 11 Sz. 48 (1918)

Carl Orff (1895 – 1982)
De temporum fine comoedia
The Play of the End of Times — Vigilia (Original version1973)

Performance by Romeo Castellucci and Teodor Currentzis