Daria Shuvalova
Andrey Isakov
Valentina Tsygankova
Mikhail Mishchenko
Inna Kuyda
Lubov Salaeva
Tatiyana Smyslova
Irina Nemova
Tatiyana Epishina


Aleksey Shapovalov

Laureate of international competitions

Aleksey Shapovalov graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS) with a specialization of Opera Singer, Faculty of Musical Theatre (workshop of the Peoples Artist of the USSR, Prof. G. Ansimov; the class of the vocal teacher, Honored Worker of Culture of Russia, Prof. Yu. Udalov, 2009).

Since 2020, he has been in the Company of the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.

He made his debut on the stage of the Astrakhan State Opera and Ballet Theatre in the role of Sharpless in the opera Madama Butterfly by Puccini (the performance is the winner of the State National Theatre Award Golden Mask, stage director is O. Malikova, St. Petersburg, 2010).

He was with the National State Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, the Primorsky branch of the Mariinsky Theatre in Vladivostok, the branch of the Mariinsky Theatre in Vladikavkaz, and also with the Tbilisi State Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Z. Paliashvili, where he is currently a guest soloist. He performed the following roles on the stage of the theatres: Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia by Rossini), Malatesta (Don Pasquale by Donizetti), Belcore (Lelisir damore by Donizetti), Giorgio Germont (La traviata by Verdi), Silvio (Pagliacci by Leoncavallo), Morales (Carmen by Bizet), Onegin (Eugene Onegin), Yeletsky (The Queen of Spades), Robert (Iolanta by Tchaikovsky), Albert (Werther by Massenet), Lescaut (Manon Lescaut), Marcel (La boheme), Sacristan (Tosca), Sharpless (Madama Butterfly), Ping (Turandot by Puccini), Courtier (Abesalom da Eteri Paliashvili), Grigory Stepanovitch Smirnov (The Bear by Hodosh), Anbal (The Alans by Makoev, world premiere), Akhshar (The Apple of the Narts by Kanukova) and others. At the Puccini Music Festival in Torre del Lago (Italy), he performed the parts of Ping (Turandot, conducted by Alberto Veronesi, directed by Alfonso Signorini) and the Sacristan (Tosca, conducted by Jacopo Sipari di Pescasseroli, directed by Giancarlo Del Monaco). He participated in master classes of Donata Gutorova, Vladimir Chernov, Sergei Leiferkus, Dmitry Vdovin, Badri Maisuradze, Eldar Getsadze, Makvala Kasrashvili, Galina Gorchakova, Giulio Zappa, Gianluca Ascheri, Gabriella Ravazzi. He collaborated with conductors: Maurizio Arena, Alberto Veronesi, Jacopo Sipari di Pescasseroli, Giacomo Sagripanti, Fabrizio Cassi, Zaza Azmaiparashvili, Kakhi Solomnishvili, Evgeny Kirillov, Zaurbek Gugkaev, Valery Voronin, Sergey Grinev, David Terzyan, Anton Lubchenko, Anton Torbeev, etc.; with stage directors: Alfonso Signorini, Giancarlo Del Monaco, Joseph Franconi Lee, Olga Malikova, Alexei Stepanyuk, Cesare Lievi, Efim Zvenyatsky and others.

He toured with concerts and performances in Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic, Macedonia, Finland, Georgia.

  • Figaro. G. Rossini. Il barbiere di Siviglia
  • Aeneas. H. Purcell. Dido and Aeneas
  • Prince Ivan Korolevich. N. Rimsky-Korsakov. Kashchey the Deathless
  • Morales. G. Bizet. Carmen
  • Yeletsky. P. Tchaikovsky. The Queen of Spades
  • Silvio. R. Leoncavallo. Pagliacci
  • Knight. V. Pleshak. The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights
  • Robert. P. Tchaikovsky. Iolanta
  • Malatesta. G. Donizetti. Don Pasquale
  • Wardrobe master. C. Cui. The Booted Cat
  • Ping. G. Puccini. Turandot
  • Falke. J. Strauss. Die Fledermaus
  • Carlo. A. Semenov. The Extraordinary Adventures of Buratino
  • Angelotti. G. Puccini. Tosca
  • Belcore. G. Donizetti. Lelisir damore
  • Laureate of the II degree of the III International Competition of Opera Performers (Konkursie Arii z Oper o Duchu Gór (Rübezahl), Karpacz, Poland, 2008)
  • Winner of the II prize of the V International Baritone Competition named after Pavel Lisitsian (Vladikavkaz, 2017)
  • Laureate of the II degree of the III International Theatre and Music Festival and Vocal Competition Aeolian Harp (Pyatigorsk, 2021)
  • Winner of the audience award of the III International Theatre and Music Festival and Vocal Competition Aeolian Harp (Pyatigorsk, 2021)

Coming soon

opera in four acts
Die Fledermaus
operetta in three acts
Dr. Falke