Dmitry Ulyanov is represented by Rayfield Allied worldwide (excl. Spain).
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Majestic voice and stature, Dmitry Ulyanov portrays an imposing Don Marco, encouraging Annina to follow God's call.Michel Parouty, Diapason
Russian bass, Dmitry Ulyanov, graduated from the Urals State Conservatoire in 2000, the year he won the International Singer’s Competition Grand Prix, held during the UNESCO Festival in Kazakhstan. He spent a year at Yekaterinburg State Opera and two years at Novaya Opera, where he sang Loredano I due Foscari, Varlaam Boris Godunov and Strummer La Wally, before becoming principal bass at Moscow’s Stanislavsky Theatre.
Mr Ulyanov’s roles with the Stanislavsky Theatre both in Moscow and on international tours include Gremin Eugene Onegin, Don Alfonso Cosi fan tutte, Colline La Boheme, Kutuzov War and Peace, Golova May Night, Four Villains Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Don Basilio Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Opéra de Marseille, Raimondo Lucia di Lammermoor, Padre Guardiano La Forza del Destino, and Rocco Fidelio among others.
In 2009, Mr Ulynavo made his Bolshoi Theatre debut as the Doctor Wozzeck in a new production by Dmitri Tcherniakov under the baton of Teodor Currentzis. Quickly becoming a favoured artist of this highly creative team, he was invited to sing the role of Banco Macbeth in the co-production between Paris Opera and Novosibirsk Opera, a role he also sang when the production appeared at Teatro Real, Madrid. He joined Teodor Currentzis again for King Rene Iolanta in Madrid (directed by Peter Sellars), which was broadcast on Mezzo TV and commercially released on DVD. The production also travelled to Valencia and will be seen in the future at the Bolshoi Theatre and Aix-en-Provence.
Building a successful international career, the artist’s other roles include Marcel Les Hugenots, Pimen Boris Godunov (both at Teatro Real Madrid), Grand Inquisitore Don Carlos, Hunding Die Walkure ( Teatro de la Maestranza, Seville), Gian Francesco La Juive (Israeli Opera and the Mikhailovsky Theatre, St Petersburg), Sparafucile Rigoletto (with Leo Nucci in Coruna), the title role Shylock at the Festival of Forbidden Music in Marseille; Tomsky Pique Dame, Varlaam Boris Godunov and Khan Konchak Prince Igor (Opera de Monte Carlo); Don Marco The Saint of Bleecker Street and Ramfis Aida (Opera de Marseille).
A highly versatile artist, Mr Ulyanov cuts a significant figure on the concert and recital stage, and with the great Russian conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky sang the role of Molchan Mitkov in Tchaikovsky’s rarely performed Oprichnik at Teatro Lirico di Cagliari in a performance that was recorded for CD and filmed for European broadcast. Other concert work includes Rossini’s Sabat Mater, Verdi’s Requiem, Stravinsky’s Les Noces, and various works of Schubert and Mussorgsky.
Future engagements include the role of Procida I Vespri Siciliani in Bilbao, a revival of Sparafucile Rigoletto at Teatro Maestranza in Seville and Ramfis Aida at Opéra de Marseille.