Anastasia Pirogova

She has graduated from the Linguistic University (English, Spanish) in Nizhnij Novgorod, Russia and the State Conservatoire (Academy) in Nizhnij Novgorod, Russia.
She continued her studies of vocal technique and musical styles in Italy. She took the course of master class at the Chiagiana Academy and did the full course of 4 year studies at the Academy d ‘Arte Lirica of Osimo.She was guided by the Maestros : Alberto Zedda, Vincenzo DeVivo, Renato Bruson, Raina Kabaivanska, Wilma Vernocchi, Leila Cuberli, Alla Simoni, Harriet Lawson, William Matteuzzi.
Her artistic career began in Russia then continued in the United States performing the concerts at the various concert halls of Miami and now proceeds in Italy.

In 2014 she performed the roles of Gertrud and Die Knusperhexe in “Hansel und Gretel” of Humperdinck at the Theatre Nuova Fenice, Osimo. She became the finalist of the International Competition Enzo Sordello and after the International Competition Voci Verdiane was taken for the role of Flora at Verdi’s Traviata at Busseto.
In 2015 she performed the role of Carmen in “Carmen” Bizet at the Theatre Nuova Fenice, Osimo. Later she performed “Petit Messe Solennelle” of Rossini at the Theatre della Fortuna, Fano.The same year she made her debut at the Theatre San Carlo of Naples performing the role of Flora in the Verdi’s La Traviata.
In 2016 she performed the role of Zia Principessa of Puccini’s “Suor Angelica” at the Theatre Nuova Fenice, Osimo.Later this year she performed the role of Alisa in Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor” at the Theatre delle Muse of Ancona. At the Theatre Regio of Parma she performed “Hamlet” of Shostakovich and then Gloria of Vivaldi with the Solisti Aquilani in L’Aquila and Rome.

Opera repertoire: Rimskij-Korsakov Lyubasha of “The Tsar’s Bride”, Olga of “Vera Sheloga”; Tchaikovsky Polina of “ The Queen of Spades”, Larina of “Eugene Onegin”; Humperdinck Gertrud and Die Knusperhexe of “Hansel und Gretel”; Vivaldi Holofernes and Ozias of “Juditha Triumphans”; Massenet Charlotte of “Werther”; Bizet Carmen of “ Carmen”; Donizetti Zaida of “Don Sebastiano”, Leonora of “ La Favorita”, Alisa of “Lucia di Lammermoor”; Bellini Adalgisa of “ Norma”; Puccini Tigrana of “Edgar”, Zia Principessa of “Suor Angelica”; Verdi Maddalena of “Rigoletto”, Fenena of “Nabucco”, Amneris of “Aida”, Eboli of “ Don Carlo”, Azucena of “Il Trovatore”, Ulrica of “Un Ballo in Maschera”.
Sacred music repertoire: Pergolesi “ Stabat Mater”, Vivaldi “Gloria”, Rossini “Petit Messe Solennelle”, Verdi “Requiem”.
Chamber music repertoire: Tchaikovsky, Rimskij-Korsakov, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Schumann, Mahler, R.Straus etc.

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