Anastasia Belukova

Soprano

Anastasia Belukova studied acting and singing at the Moscow State Theater Academy, under music director Vladimir Ponkin and stage director Dmitry Bertman. She was a laureate of the Moscow Vocal competition Romnsiada.

Her repertoire includes arias from operas, operettas, musicals, as well as Russian romances and songs. At present, Belukova is a soloist at Moscow's Novaya Opera Theatre. There, she has appeared in Mozart's The Magic Flute (The First Dame), Glinka's Ruslan and Lyudmila (Lyudmila), Rossini's Barber of Seville (Rosina). She has given short performances of Maria Callas, Rossini, and Bravissimo. Belukova has also been in Helicon-Opera's performances of Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov (Ksenia), Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Barbarina), Tchaikovsky's The Queen of Spades (Prilepa), and Strauss' The Bat (Adel). She played the role of Pamina in Mozart's The Magic Flute, at last year's RNO Grand Festival

Belukova has collaborrated with the conductors Vladimir Spivakov, Vladimir Ponkin, S. Lisenko, Eri Klas, D. Volosnikov, E. Samoilov and K. Chudovsky. Last year she participated in the International Festival at Colmar, where she performed Bach's concert arias with Vladimir Spivakov’s quartet. She has also participated in master-classes by D. Vdovin, D. Zola, and R. Bado, and is a regular participant at Moscow's International School of Vocal Arts.

Performances with the RNO

September 2019

In Russia

30 Mon

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Grieg
Music for Ibsen's Drama Peer Gynt (Literary release by Alexey Bruni)
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

Artyom Garnov, Baritone

Kirill Pirogov, Narrator

Kozhevnikov Choir

2019 RNO Grand Festival

March 2016

In Russia

29 Tue

Philharmonia-2 Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Mozart
Overture from "The Magic Flute"
In uomini, in soldati (Despina's aria from "Cosi Fan Tutte")
Voi avete un cor Fedele (K.217)
Vorrei spiegarvi, o Dio (K.418)
Durch Zartlichkeit und Schmeicheln (Blondchen's aria from "Abduction from the Seraglio")
Ah, ich Fühl's (Pamina's aria from the opera "The Magic Flute")
Nehmt meinen Dank (K.383)
Symphony No. 40 (K.550) in G minor
Conductor:

Sergey Polyanichko

Guest Artist:

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

2015-16 Season

May 2012

In Russia

25 Fri

Smolensk State Dramatic Theater

Smolensk

Russia

Location

Program

Glinka
Ceremonial Polonaise
Ludmila's Cavatina from the first act of Ruslan and Ludmila
Ludmila's Aria from the fourth act of Ruslan and Ludmila
Polka
Susanin's Aria from the fourth act of A Life for the Tsar
Ruslan's Aria from the second act of Ruslan and Ludmila
Cracovienne from A Life for the Tsar
Glazunov
The Seasons - Ballet, Op.67
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

Askar Abdrazakov, Bass

2011-2012 Season

November 2011

In Russia

06 Sun

Regional Philharmonic

Krasnoyarsk

Russia

Location

Program

Grieg
Music for the play, Peer Gynt, by Ibsen, literary editing by Alexei Bruni. Narration by Avangard Leontyev.
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

Alexey Bruni, Violin

Moscow Academy of Choral Art

Igor Golovatenko, Baritone

2011-2012 Season

September 2010

In Russia

08 Wed

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Rossini
La Cenerentola ("Cinderella")
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Serena Malfi, Mezzo soprano

Antonino Siragusa, Tenor

Tiziana Tramonti, Soprano

Andrea Patucelli, Bass baritone

Bruno Pratico, Bass

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

Paolo Bordogna, Baritone

2010 RNO Grand Festival

March 2010

In Russia

25 Thu

Cathedral of Christ the Savior

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Three Romes Cycle
Metropolitan Illarion (Alfeyev)
The Passion of St. Matthew
Conductor:

Alexei Puzakov

Guest Artists:

Moscow Synodal Choir

Anastasia Belukova, Soprano

Olga Poltoratskaya, Soprano

Georgy Vasiliev, Tenor

Yevgeny Stavinsky, Bass

2009-2010 Season

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