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Dmitry Korchak

Russian tenor Dmitry Korchak is not only one of the most exciting and sought-after voices of his generation, acclaimed by critics worldwide and regarded as one of today’s best performers of bel canto repertoire, but also a sought after conductor. In 2017 he was named Chief Guest conductor of the The State Academic Novosibirsk Theatre of Russia.

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  • 28.06.2018 - Dmitry Korchak "adds his warm, youthful tenor" to Cherubini’s "Chant"

  • "Next came Cherubini’s exquisite, rarely heard “Chant,” written as a funeral cantata for Haydn, a composer he held in great esteem. For his text, Cherubini selected a French poem about the death of a swan on the banks of the Danube, whose opening verse reads: “A singer beloved of the Gods/This swan whose glory/Had filled the world/Has died murmuring/Harmonious songs.”

    The four-part work opens with the slow, mournful sounds of the violins and lower strings, joined by the clarinet, softly played horns, and timpani, with Dmitry Korchak (who starred in “Orphee et Eurydice” at Lyric Opera of Chicago this past fall), adding his warm, youthful tenor to the mix."

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