Vladimir Naparin

born 9 January 1954 Leningrad

Vladimir Naparin as Lenskij

After graduating from the Rimskij-Korsakov Conservatory in his hometown in 1980, he became a soloist at the Malij Theater, where he was to sing both main and comprimario parts for the next 15 years. In Moscow, he had considerable success in two Britten operas at the "December nights" festival, The turn of the screw and Albert Herring. Although he sang a lot of opera, he was perhaps even more at home on the concert podium.

In 1995, he emigrated to Israel, where he appeared in Tel Aviv with the Israel Chamber Opera and the New Israeli Opera.

Vladimir Naparin singsGeschwinde, ihr wirbelnden Winde: Phoebus, deine Melodei

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