Evez Bakhashali Abdullayev

Baritone

An Honored Artist of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Laureate of the Presidential Prize of Azerbaijan, Evez Abdulayev was born in Baku in 1976. In 1993, Eviz matriculated at the National Aviation Academy, but soon decided to devote his life to music. From 2002 to 2005 he studied at the Baku Academy of Music. Beginning in 2004 he was a the lead soloist of the Mamedova Opera Studio; in 2005 he became a soloist at the State Choir Capella of Azerbaijan. In 2005 he won the republic-wide competition of Russian song, and was a laureate of the Byulbyul International Competition of Vocalists.

In 2006 Evez became lead soloist of the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, as well as a soloist of the Presidential Military Demonstration Orchestra. His repertoire of roles includes: Marcello (La Boheme), Scarpia (Tosca), Sharpless (Madame Butterfly), Germont (La Traviata), Count di Luna (Il Trovatore), Amonasro (Aida), Rigoletto (Rigoletto), Nabucco (Nabucco), Silvio (Pagliacci), Alfio (Cavalleria Rusticana), and Figaro (Barber of Seville). With the Azerbaijan State Symphony Orchestra he has also performed solo roles in Mozart's "Requiem," Brahms' "German Requiem," Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Orf's canata "Carmina Burana," Adigezalov's oratorio "Chanakkale," and Rakhmaninov's cantata "Spring".

Evez also performed in concerts for the Azerbaijan Day of Culture in Russia, France, Italy, Germany and Austria.

Performances with the RNO

September 2010

In Russia

12 Sun

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

GALA CONCERT
Taneyev
St. John of Damascus Cantata
Beethoven
Symphony No. 9
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Moscow State Academic Chamber Choir

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Evez Bakhashali Abdullayev, Baritone

Mass Choir "500 Voices"

2010 RNO Grand Festival

What They’re Saying

"I saw the greatest orchestra in the world play Friday night. If you think that's hyperbole, ask anyone who was in Yardley Hall that night. The Russian National Orchestra is the Rolls-Royce of orchestras, no ordinary ensemble."

The Kansas City Star