"Tenor Boris Rudak had also his star moments with two poetical ariosos "Turning into a falcon" and "In the dark of the night""
Born in Belarus, rising young tenor Boris Rudak studied at the St. Petersburg State Conservatoire with Irina Bogacheva and on the Young Artists’ Programme at the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow. Now an ensemble member at both the Bolshoi Theatre and the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre, he is the recipient of numerous prizes including the Stanislav Moniushko Vocal Competition and the Colmenar International Vocal Competition.
Recent engagements include his debut at La Monnaie, Brussels as Prince Sinodal in Rubinstein’s Demon; Prince Vladimir Prince Igor (Bolshoi Theatre and Perm Opera); Alfredo La traviata (Atlanta Opera, Bolshoi Theatre, Perm Opera and Goettingen Symphony Orchestra); a critically acclaimed Narraboth Salome at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall conducted by Vladimir Jurowski; Hans Zender’s orchestration of Winterreise (Perm Philharmonia cond. Teodor Currentzis); Arbace Idomeneo with the Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra under Alexander Rudin; Don Ottavio Don Giovanni, Lensky Eugene Onegin and Steuermann Der fliegende Holländer (Perm Opera); Roderigo Otello at the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory; Sobinin A Life for the Tsar (Tchelyabinsk opera); and various roles at the Bolshoi Theatre including Ismaele Nabucco, the Prince in Prokofiev’s The Love of Three Oranges, the Italian Tenor in a new production of Der Rosenkavalier, Gvidon The Golden Cockerel (conducted by Vassily Sinaisky), and Prince Yuri Charodeyka. This season he makes his debut at the Teatro Real, Madrid as Gvidon The Golden Cockerel, and sings the role of Mikola in Prokofiev’s Semyon Kotko at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.
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