Dmitry Yankovsky

Dmitry Yankovsky was born in Leningrad, graduated from the Saint-Petersburg State Academy of Theatre Arts with a specialization in “Actor of Musical Theatre” (workshop of A. Petrov). He is the winner of the International Competition “Poyuschaya Maska” (Saint-Petersburg, 2007), the Patristic Song Festival “Rossia Molodaya” (2007), a diploma winner of the 16th Festival “The Theatres of Saint-Petersburg to
Children” (2007) for the roles of Petya Pioneer in the play “Petya and the Wolf” and the Father in the play “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi”, the winner of the 4th International Music Tournament Terem Crossover. 

Dmitry took part in the musicals “La Belle et la Bête” (2008) and Mamma Mia (2012), was put forward as a candidate to “The Guinness Book of Records” by Stage Entertainment for his simultaneous performance of five roles in one play (“La Belle et la Bête”), acted in films and TV series, participated in the music project “Novye Golosa”. He is the author of the NeoClassic project. 

Dmitry Yankovsky has been a soloist of Helikon-Opera since 2009, made his debut as the Athlete (“Lulu” by A. Berg) at the “Bartok+” festival (Hungary).

as Morales “Carmen” by G. Bizet                                                                 
as Fiorello “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” by G. Rossini
as Leandro “The Love for Three Oranges” by S. S. Prokofiev
as Tomsky in “The Queen of Spades” by P. I. Tchaikovsky
as Captain in “Siberia” by U. Giordano
as Salieri in “Mozart and Salieri” by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov   
as Duda in "Sadko" by N. Rimsky-Korsakov             
as Athlete (Rodrigo) in “Lulu” by A. Berg 
as Grandee, Robber, Servant in "Doctor Haass" by A. Sergunin
as Ping in "Turandot" by G. Puccini
as Molchalin in "Chaadsky" by A. Manotskov
as Storyteller, Fool in "Cinderella" by L. Weinstein
as Don Carlos in "The Stone Guest" by A. Dargomyzhsky 
as Escamillo in "Carmen" by G. Bizet
as Baron Scarpia, Cesare Angelotti, A Jailer in “Tosca” by G. Puccini
as Papageno in “Die Zauberflöte” by W. A. Mozart 
as Marcello G. Pucccini "La bohème"

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