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Tatiana Pavlovskaya

Tatiana Pavlovskaya

Guest of the Opera


Born in Murmansk, the Russian soprano Tatiana Pavlovskaya graduated from the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire. In 1995, she made her Mariinsky Theatre debut as Tatiana (Eugene Onegin). She has performed at the world’s leading opera venues, such as the Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall in New York, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Washington National Opera, La Scala in Milan, Covent Garden in London, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Opéra de Paris, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, the Shanghai and Beijing Operas, as well as at festivals in Ravenna, Salzburg, Baden-Baden, Cincinnati, Glyndebourne and Cagliari.
Tatiana Pavlovskaya has performed with many acclaimed ensembles, including the Philharmonic Orchestras of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Munich, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Moscow Virtuosi, the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre national de France and the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra. She also sang at a gala concert at Buckingham Palace together with Plácido Domingo and the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Valery Gergiev. At the Stars of the White Nights Festival 2010 at the Mariinsky Theatre she appeared in Michael Sturminger’s The Infernal Comedy, starring John Malkovich.
Tatiana Pavlovskaya is represented by major recording companies, including Deutsche Grammophon, Philips, DECCA, Dallas Records, OEHMS Classics, ArtHaus Musik, the Mariinsky label and Glyndebourne. She has been nominated for prestigious international prizes, including a Grammy (2001, for the role of Sofia in Prokofiev’s Semyon Kotko) and a BBC Music Magazine Award (2011, for the role of the Foreign Princess in Dvořák’s Rusalka).
2016/2017 season