Dmitry Korchak

Tenor, conductor

Dmitry Korchak studied in the Victor Popov Academy of Choral Art in Moscow both as a conductor and as a singer. In 20032007, he performed with the New Opera Theatre in Moscow.

He has collaborated with such conductors as: Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Muti, Kent Nagano, Zubin Mehta, Marc Minkowski, Daniel Bahrenbäum, Michel Plasson, Plácido Domingo, Bruno Campanella, Alberto Zedda, Evelino Pidò, Jeffrey Tate, José Cura, Krzysztof Penderecki, Pierre Fournier, Riccardo Chailly, Saulius Sondeckis, Eve Queler, Thomas Sanderling, Evgeny Svetlanov, Vladimir Fedoseev, Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Spivakov, Mikhail Pletnev, Evgeny Kolobov, Victor Popov, and many others.

Dmitry Korchak has appeared at the Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Opera, Roma Opera, La Scala, Opera Bastille, Vienna State Opera, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, Turin Royal Theatre, Parma Opera Theatre, Los Angeles Opera, Dutch National Opera, Berlin State Opera, Bayer State Opera, Teatro Real in Madrid, Los Angeles Opera, Semperoper in Dresden, San Carlo Theatre in Naples, Massimo Theatre in Palermo, La Monnaie Royal Theatre, Palace of the Arts in Valencia, Salzburg Festival, Pesaro Festival, Bad Kissingen Festival, Colmar Festival, Ravenna Festival, Reate Festival, and others.

His future engagements include Bellinis I puritani at the Vienna State Opera, Rossinis Guillaume Tell at the Massimo Theatre in Palermo, Offenbachs Les contes dHoffmann at the New National Theatre in Tokyo, Meyerbeers Le prophète at the Berlin State Opera, Glucks Orfeo ed Euridice at the Chicago Philharmonic Society, as well as Russian, European and worldwide recital tours.

Starting with season 2017/2018, Dmitry Korchak has become Principal Guest Conductor of the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.

Since 2014, he has collaborated with the Mikhailovsky Theatre: he has performed Lensky in Vasily Barkhatovs production of Tchaikovskys Eugene Onegin and Count Almaviva in a concert performance of Rossinis Il barbiere di Siviglia.

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  • Triumph Prize for Youth
  • Prize for the Glinka International Competition
  • Oleg Yankovsky Prize for the Chereshneviy Les (Cherry Forest) Festival
  • Luitpold Prize awarded by German critics
  • Prize for the Francisco Vinas International Competition (Barcelona, 2004)
  • Two prizes for the Placido Domingos Operalia Competition (Los Angeles, 2004)
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