Andrey Yurkovsky baritone

Born in the city of Syktyvkar, Republic of Komi, in a musical family. His parents are opera singers, and soloists in the theater for opera and ballet in the city of Syktyvkar. The music talent was manifested in Andrey from early childhood. He graduated from a music school majoring in piano and classical guitar. In 2013 Andrey graduated from the Gnesinych Moscow College, majoring in academic singing under the guidance of O.I. Dementieva. In 2017 graduated from the Russian Academy of Theater Arts - GITIS, faculty of musical theater. His mentor is Professor Popova N.A. He also participated in master classes of teachers such as Stephan Rügamer (Germany), Alessandro Svab (Italy), Susanne Elmark (Denmark), and Simone Marziali (Italy). During the period 2012-2020, Andrei worked as an invited soloist in the State Wind Orchestra of Russia. In 2015, he was also invited as a soloist at the theater of Alexei Rybnikov. From 2017 to 2022, he held the position of soloist at the Moscow State Academic Music Theater named after N.I. Sat. One of the most significant achievements in this theater is the role of Orpheus in the opera "Orpheus" by Monteverdi. Andrei participates in various international projects and festivals. He is a participant in the project "Il bel canto italiano oltre i confini" under the direction of Alessandro Svab, Italy. At the International Festival "Kammeroper SchlossRheinsberg" (Germany), where he performed the roles of Guglielmo in the opera "Cosi fan Tutte" and Sciarrone in the opera "Tosca". In addition, Andrei performed several magnificent roles in opera works, including Onegin in the opera "Eugene Onegin" by P.I. Tchaikovsky, Paul in the opera "Les Enfants Terribles" by the composer F. Glass, Peter in the opera "Hansel and Gretel" by the composer E. Humperdinck, Afron in the opera "The Golden Cockerel" by the composer N. Rimsky-Korsakov, as well as the role of Raskolnikov in the opera "Crime and Punishment" at the Diagelevsky Festival, Poet in the opera "Prima la musica e poi le parole" by the composer A. Salieri. Andrei Yurkovsky has the opportunity to work with conductors such as Andrew Lawrence-King (England), Gordon Gerard (Canada), and Ivo Hentschel (Germany), as well as with Viktor Lutsenko, Andrei Kolotushkin, Alevtina Ioffe.