Anna Pegova

Anna Pegova was born in Moscow, graduated from the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music (training course of Professor N. Troitsky). Anna is the winner of such international competitions as “Romansiada” (2004), the Bella Voce (Moscow, 2005), the Competizione dell’ Opera (Dresden, 2007), the Belvedere (Vienna, 2012). 

In 2005–2013 she took part in the productions of the Petit Opera creative group (the “Open Scene” project). From 2008 to 2014 she was a soloist of the State Symphony Chapel of Russia. In 2008 Anna made her debut at the Dresden Opera Ball in the Semperoper. 

She also appeared on the stages of the Bolshoi Theatre, the Grand Hall of Moscow Conservatory, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Moscow International House of Music, and Bremen Opera Theatre. She participated in production of opera “Le Voyage à Reims” by G. Rossini at the Rossini Festival (Italy). 

Anna Pegova has been a soloist of Helikon-Opera since 2015.

Repertoire in Helikon-opera:
1. D. Tukhmanov's "Tsarina" - Catherine II
2. P. Tchaikovsky's "The Queen of Spades" - Liza
3. G. Verdi's "Un ballo en maschera" - Amelia
4. R. Wagner's www.nibelungopera.ru - scene from "Tristan and Isolde"
5. J. Reise's "Rasputin" - Tsarina Alexandra Fedorovna
6. R. Leoncavallo "Pagliacci" - Nedda 
9. U. Giordano "Siberia' - Stephanie
10. G.Verdi  "il Trovatore" Leonora 

II. Operatic roles, performed in concert as part of the State Symphony Capella of Russia
1. N. Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Night Before Christmas" - Oksana
2. Tchaikovsky's "Eugene Onegin" - Tatiana
3. P. Tchaikovsky's "The Slippers" - Oksana
4. S. Rachmaninov's "Francesca da Rimini" - Francesca
5. S. Prokofiev's "Simeon Kolko" - Lyubka
6. G. Verdi's "La Traviata." - Violetta
7. G. Verdi's "Luisa Miller" - Luisa
8. G. Verdi's "Falstaff" - Nanneta
9. G. Verdi's "A Masked Ball" - Oskar
10. G. Verdi's "Aida" - Priest
11. F. Schubert "Home War" - Countess Ludmila

III. Operatic roles, performed in productions of other theaters
1. G. Rossini "Mohammed." - Anna Eris (Opera Theatre of Bremen, Germany)
2. H. Purcell "Dido and Aeneas" - Dido - "Open Stage" Festival (Moscow)
3. H. Purcell "King Arthur" - "Open Stage" Festival (Moscow)
4. H. Purcell "Fairy Queen" - "Open Stage" Festival (Moscow)
5. H. Purcell "The Tempest" - "Open Stage" Festival (Moscow)

IV. Concert repertoire
a) solo in the cantatas and oratorio works
S. Rachmaninov - poem "Bells"
I. Stravinsky - "The Wedding"
G. Rossini - "Petite Messe Solennelle"
W. A. Mozart - Requiem
W. A. Mozart - Coronation Mass
L. Beethoven - "Symphony number 9"
L. Beethoven - Mass in C-Dur
L. Beethoven - Missa Solemnis
G. Verdi - "Requiem"
J. Brahms - A German Requiem
F. Schubert - Mass number 5
G. Fauré - Requiem
A. Bruckner - Requiem
G. Mahler - Symphony number 4
L. Janacek - "The Eternal Gospel"
Karl Orff - cantata "Carmina Catulli"
B. Papadopoulos - Croatian Mass
b) chamber vocal compositions
vocal cycles, romances, scenes and arias from operas by Russian and foreign composers - Glinka, Dargomyzhsky, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Schubert, Schumann, and . Brahms, Grieg and other

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