"Young Russian tenor Sergey Romanovsky immediately sets the bar high in the fiendish role of Antenore...his villain is dashing and devilishly accomplished."
"Romanovsky, darkly handsome and slender on his house debut, is something of a find. His voice projects with sweet luminous tone that will endear him to casting departments"
Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
"You sense the mutual attraction from the outset. [Romanovsky] hides desire behind a rather lofty reserve, and obsession lurks tellingly beneath his gloriously voiced ardour."
Tim Ashley, The Guardian
An innate musical talent, young Russian tenor Sergey Romanovsky is quickly establishing himself as one of the most interesting voices of a generation. Having studied at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, Academy of Choral Arts in Moscow and on the Young Artists Programme at the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow, Romanovsky is winner of numerous competitions, including Moscow’s International Bella Voce Competition in 2005.
Engagements in the 2017-18 season include role debuts as Giasone in Cherubini’s Medea (Wexford Festival Opera) and Rodrigo La donna del Lago (Opéra Royal de Wallonie, Liège); Rodolfo La bohème (Dutch National Opera); and the title role of Don Carlos (Opéra de Lyon).
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