Andrei Romanenko

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(tenor)
Andrei Romanenko graduated from the Kiev State Conservatoire in 1995 (the class of Prof. V. Tymokhin). In 1990–94 he was a soloist the State Academic Choir of Ukraine “Dumka”. Since 1994 he is a soloist with the National Opera of Ukraine. His repertoire includes Andrei (Lysenko’s “Taras Bulba”), Lensky (Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”), Vladimir Igorevich (Borodin’s “Prince Igor”), Andrei Khovansky (Mussorgsky’s “Khovanshchina”), Lykov (Rimsky-Korsakov’s “The Tsar’s Bride”), Verdi’s Duke (“Rigoletto”), Alfredo (“La traviata”), Radames (“Aida”), the title role in “Don Carlo” and the tenor part in “Requiem”, Puccini’s Cavaradossi (“Tosca”), Pinkerton (“Madama Butterfly”) and Rodolfo (“La bohème”), the title role in Wagner’s “Lohengrin”, Don José (Bizet’s “Carmen”), Romeo (“Gounod’s “Romeo et Juliette”), Edgar (Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor”), Prokofiev’s Prince (“The Love for Three Oranges”) and Kuragin (“War and Peace”). He has been a guest soloist at the opera theatres of Donetsk and Lviv, Mariinsky Theatre, London Royal Festival Hall, opera theatres in Glasgow and Manchester, Teatro Caser Calderón as well as renowned opera festivals in Edinburgh, Taiwan, Kuressaare among others. Together with Alexandr Diachenko and Alexandr Gurets they form a trio of tenors, whose concerts are popular in Ukraine and abroad. Andrei Romanenko is a winner of many awards: 2nd Prize of D. Anguladze International Vocal Competition (1996), 3rd Prize at the S. Moniushko International Vocal Competition (1998), 2nd Prize at the S. Krushelnitska International Competition (2003). In 2013 he was given the honorary title “People’s Artist of Ukraine”.

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