Ekaterina Oblezova

Ekaterina Oblezova

Born in Moscow. After graduating from the choral-conducting faculty of the Oktyabryskaya Revolytsiya Moscow music college for six years was working at the Children's arts center of the Gagarinsky District of Moscow.

In 1994 she has graduated from the Glinka Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatoire by specialty “choral conducting”.

In 19993 Ekaterina has joined the troupe of the Moscow musical theatre Helikon-opera. There are more than 40 operatic parts in her repertoire such as: Rosalinda and Ida (“Die Fledermaus” by J. Strauss), Meg Page (“Falstaff” by G. Verdi), Nedda (“Pagliacci” by R. Leoncavallo), Stephana (“Siberia” by U. Giordano), Dorella (“Das Liebesverbot” by R. Wagner), Smeraldina (“The Love for Three Oranges” by S. S. Prokofiev), Prompter (“Vampuka, The African Bride” by V. Ehrenberg), Mercédès (“Carmen” by G. Bizet), Amelfa (“The Golden Cockerel” by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov), Larina (“Eugene Onegin” by P. I. Tchaikovsky). Matchless are her characters from the children’s musical performances. Arias from operas and operettas of Russian and foreign authors, folk songs are also in her repertoire.

She is constant participant of the numerous tours of the Helikon-opera and international arts festivals.

Ekaterina Oblezova successfully pursues the stage-directing activity: while staging the new productions she is an assistant-director, also she has a number of her own works. She carries out works of introducing actors into the performances.

In 2004 she was given a title “The Honored Artist of Russia” for the significant contribution to the Russian musical and theatrical art development.

I. Operatic roles, performed in Helikon-opera

1.    N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov “The Tsar's Bride” – Marfa, Dunyasha, Saburova, Petrovna
5.    N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov “The Golden Cockerel” – Amelfa
6.    P. I. Tchaikovsky “Eugene Onegin” – Larina, Parasha
7.    P. I. Tchaikovsky “Iolanta” – Laura, Blind lace-maker
8.    V. Ehrenberg “Vampuka, The African Bride” – Prompter
9.    S. S. Prokofiev “The Love for Three Oranges” – Smeraldina
10.    D. D. Shostakovich “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District” – Aksinya, A female convict 
12.    A. Pokidchenko “Frost’s fairy tale” – Stepmother
13.    A. Grétry Peter the Great – Caroline
14.    G. Rossini “Il barbiere di Siviglia” – Berta
15.    W. A. Mozart “Le nozze di Figaro” – Marcellina
16.    G. Verdi “La traviata”– Annina
17.    G. Verdi “Nabucco”– Anna
18.    G. Verdi “Macbeth” – Lady-in-waiting    
19.    G. Verdi “Falstaff”– Meg Page
20.    R. Leoncavallo “Pagliacci” – Nedda
21.    U. Giordano “Siberia” – Stephana
22.    R. Wagner “Das Liebesverbot” – Dorella
23.    G. Bizet “Carmen”– Mercédès, Micaëla
25.    J. Offenbach “Les contes d'Hoffmann”– Stella, Giulietta, Antonia’s mother
28.    J. Strauss “Die Fledermaus” – Rosalinda and Ida
30.    A. Dvořák “Rusalka” - Woodwoman
31.    L. Janáček “Věc Makropulos” – the Maid
32.    F. Poulenc “Dialogues of the Carmelites” – Sister Mathilde, Mother Marie
34.    D. Gershvin “Gershvin-gala” – the Soloist
35.    W. A. Mozart “Die Zauberflöte” – the 2nd Lady
37.    A. Pokidchenko “The Snow Queen. Global warming” - Grandmother, Atamansha
38.    G. Verdi “Nabucco” - Anna
39.   J. Offenbach "L'île de Tulipatan" - Theodorine



as Ida  ("Die Fledermaus")
the Honoured artist of Russia Marina Andreyeva as Adel, Nikolay Galin as Frank


as Rosalinda ("Die Fliedermaus" by J. Strauss)




as Amelfa ("The Golden Cockerel by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov)
Dodon - Mikhail Guzhov, Polkan - Nikolay Galin, artists of the choir


as Mag Page ("Falstaff" by G. Verdi)


as Housemaid (Vec Makropoulos)
the Honoured artist of Russia Natalia Zagorinskaya as Emilia Marty

as Caroline ("Pierre le Grand")
Olga Rezaeva as Genevieve, Andrey Nemzer as Alexis




as Stella ("Les Contes d’Hoffmann")
artists of the choir


as Stella ("Les Contes d’Hoffmann")
Mikhail Davydov as Lindorf



as Smeraldina ("The Love for the Three Oranges)
Princess Clarisse - the Honoured Artist of Russia Larisa Kostiuk (in the middle), Leandro - Sergey Toptygin


as Larina ("Eugene Onegin", P. I. Tchaikovsky)
peasants - artists of the choir


as Prompter ("The Perfect Opera. Vampuka, the African Bride" by V. G. Erenberg)





Photos by Oleg Nachinkin

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