Jenish Ysmanov studied at the Bishkek Conservatory. He moved to Milan in 2009 to study with Sara Sforni Corti. He was a member of the Centre Perfeccionamento Placido Domingo 2014/2015 in Valencia. Jenish Ysmanov made his debut in 2006 as Lensky (Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”) and shortly after sang Beppe in Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci”. His repertoire includes also Verdi’s Duke (“Rigoletto”), Alfredo (“La traviata”), Gabriele Adorno (“Simon Boccanegra”), Tebaldo (“I vespri Siciliani”), Rodolfo (Puccini’s “La Bohème”), Nino Rota’s Raimondo (“The Two Timid Ones”) and Lui (“The Night of a Neurasthenic”). In the summer 2018, Jenish Ysmanov made his German debut at the Immling Festival in Bavaria as Rodolfo and is returning there to sing Don Ottavio (Mozart’s “Don Giovanni”) in 2019. His future engagements include also Riccardo in Verdi’s “Un ballo in maschera” with Theater Neustrelitz in the season 2018/2019. Jenish Ysmanov was invited to participate in Gala Concerts in honor of Luciano Pavarotti in Modena and Cremona 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017 and sang in Luciano Pavarotti’s 80th anniversary concert, conducted by Riccardo Muti. He took part in a Gala Concert at the Arena di Verona and in a concert in honour of Enrico Caruso in St.Petersburg.
He is a prize winner of the Salvatore Licitra Competition 2017 (3rd prize), Tenors’ Parade in Kazakhstan, Luciano Pavarotti Competition 2008 (1st prize), Rimsky-Korsakov Competition 2008, Ocharovanie Romansa (2nd prize), Leonid Sobinov Competition 2008 (2nd prize) and won a special prize at the Riccardo Zandonai Competition 2012.