RECENT & UPCOMING
Among recent and upcoming engagements are Count Vaudémont in Tchaikovsky's Iolanta (Helikon Opera, Moscow) Prince Sinodal in Rubinstein’s The Demon (Helikon Opera in Moscow, Liceu Barcelona), Alfredo Germont in La traviata and Lykov in The Tsar’s Bride (Estonian National Opera), Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, the title part in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Sadko, Prince Shuysky in Boris Godunov, Lykov in The Tsar’s Bride, Andrey in Mazeppa, Achille in La belle Hélène, Lensky in Eugene Onegin, Platon Zubov in Tukhmanov's Tsarina, Beppo in I Pagliacci (all Helikon Opera), Andrey in Mazeppa in concert (Theater an der Wien), Zinovy in Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (Helikon Opera, São Paulo), Mozart in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Mozart & Salieri (Helikon Opera, Santiago de Chile), German Interpreter in Semyon Kotko (Concertgebouw Amsterdam), Lensky in Eugene Onegin (Zagreb, Nice), Attal in Rossini's Ermione in concert (Moscow Philharmonic Hall, cond. A. Zedda).
In concert, Igor performed Messenger in The Demon (La Monnaie Brussel, cond. M. Tatarnikov), Mozart’s Requiem and Young Gipsy in Aleko (Russian National Orchestra, cond. M. Pletnev), Chekalinsky in The Queen of Spades (Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, cond. Vl. Fedoseyev), Jew in Salome (Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra of Russia, cond. Vl. Jurowski), Hervey in Anna Bolena (Moscow City Symphony – Russian Philharmonic, cond. Marco Zambelli), Sinodal in The Demon alongside Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Moscow Philharmonic Hall), tenor part in Requiem by Saint-Saëns (Russian National Orchestra, cond. M. Pletnev).
Igor Morozov graduated from Moscow State Choir College of Sveshnikov and continued his musical studies at the Academy of the Choral Art of Viktor Popov in Moscow.
While a student and member of the academic ensemble, he has already worked under the baton of renowned conductors such as Christian Thielemann, Saulius Sondeckis, Jan Latham-Koenig, Kurt Masur, and Johannes Prinz among others.
Other highlights include solo-recitals in France and Germany and his debut at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow as a guest soloist in Der Rosenkavalier conducted by Vassily Sinaisky.