Alexander Fedorov - Tenor
Alexander Fedorov was born and grew up in Moscow.
At the age of five he started his education in Beethoven Music School in Moscow. He took his first piano classes with Ludmila Loginova and singing classes with Oxana Popova.
Currently Alexander is a Master graduate of the Berlin Conservatory and soloist of the Komische Oper Berlin young artist program.
He is the winner of the First prizes and the Grand Prix of many international singing competitions: “International Opera Singers Competition” in Estonia, Competition “Music without limits” in Lithuania, “International Elena Obraztsova Competition of young singers” in Saint
Petersburg, International Competition “The Silver Voice” in Moscow, International Opera Singers Competition “F. Tagliavini”, International Jose Carreras Tenor Competition and many others.
He also took part in different master classes with Teresa Berganza, Elena Obraztsova, Mirella Freni and Jose van Dam.
In the summer of 2015 Alexander Fedorov sang the part of Orphée in the operetta “Orphée aux enfers” by J. Offenbach with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB).
In April 2017 he sang Tenor solo part in Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 at the Premiere in Bolivia with the Bolivian National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Isaac Terceros.
In September 2017 Alexander was the soloist of the Young Artists Opera Program in “Opera de Monte Carlo” (Academie lyrique de l’opera de Monte Carlo).
He also took part in The Opening Gala Concert of the opera season 2017/2018 there.
Alexander sang in Opera Monte-Carlo, Staatsoper Braunschweig, Oper Graz, Komische Oper Berlin.
The repertoire of Alexander Fedorov includes:
Lensky in “Eugene Onegin” by P. I. Tchaikovsky
Roméo in “Roméo et Juliette” by Ch. Gounod, Nemorino in “L’elisir d’amore” by G. Donizetti
Don Ottavio in “Don Giovanni” by W. A. Mozart
Tamino in “The Magic Flute” by W.A. Mozart, Ecclitico in “Il mondo della Luna” by J. Haydn
Conte Almaviva in “Il barbiere di Siviglia” by G. Rossini
Cavaliere Belfiore in “Il viaggio a Reims” by G. Rossini
Oleander in “Melusine” by A. Reimann,
Orphée in “Orphée aux Enfers” by J. Offenbach
Camille de Rossillon in “The Merry Widow” by F. Lehar
Louis in “Angels in America” by P. Eotvös