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Oleg Tsybulko (Bass)

Born: December 25, 1984 - Gloden, Republic of Moldova

The Moldovan bass, Oleg Tsybulko (Russian: Олег Цыбулько), graduated from the Ştefan Neaga Music College with a degree in piano performance in 2004. From 2004 to 2009, he studied with Professor Vera Slyusarevskaya at the Chișinău Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts where he got a masterís degree in opera singing. Since 2009, he has been a post-graduate student with the Academy. Since October 2011, he has participated in the Young Artists Opera Program organized by the Bolshoi Theatre. His Awards include: 3rd Prize at the International Competition of Russian Romance Romansiada in Moscow (2008); 3rd Prize at the International Vocal Competition Delphic Games in Saratov (2008); Diploma at the International Hariclea Darclée Academic Singing Competition in Romania (2010); 3rd Prize at the 24th International Glinka Vocal Competition in Moscow (2011); 3rd Prize at the Neue Stimmen Competition in Germany (2013).

In November 2011, Oleg Tsybulko gave his debut performance at the Bolshoi Theater in the role of Sarastro in W.A. Mozartís Die Zauberflöte. He also he sang the part of Sparafucile in a concert performance of Verdiís Rigoletto at The Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow in 2012. In March 2013 he made a successful role debut as Count Rodolfo in new production of Belliniís La Sonnambula at the New Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi and conducted by Enrique Mazzola.

From the 2013-2014 season, to 2016, Oleg Tsybulko was a soloist of the Bolshoi Opera. At the Bolshoi Theatre, he also performs Bartolo in W.A. Mozartís Le nozze di Figaro, Don Alfonso in W.A. Mozartís Così fan tutte, Grenvil in Verdiís La traviata, Sparafucile in Verdiís Rigoletto, Monk in Verdiís Don Carlo, Angelotti in Pucciniís Tosca, Colline in Pucciniís La Bohème, Prince Gremin in Tchaikovskyís Eugene Onegin, Surin in Tchaikovskyís Queen of Spades, Malyuta in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakovís Tsarís Bride, Skula in Borodinís Prince Igor, Mathias Wiessman in Prokofievís Fiery Angel, Farfarello in Prokofievís Love for Three Oranges, and the Second Troll, the Third Actor, the Third Robber, and Reindeer in Banevichís Story of Kai and Gerda. In 2014, he performed Gremin in Eugene Onegin under the baton of Yuri Bashmet in the framework of the Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi. In September 2014, he performed Orbazzano in the concert performance of Rossiniís Tancredi under the baton of Alberto Zedda in the framework of the Russian National Orchestra Grand Opera Festival. In January 2015, he performed Melisso in the concert performance of George Frideric Handelís Alcina in the framework of the Opera Masterpieces Subscription. In May 2015, he made his debut with the Nantes Opera as Gremin in Eugene Onegin. His repertoire also includes the roles of Publio and in W.A. Mozartís La clemenza di Tito, King René in Tchaikovskyís Iolanta, Salieri in N. Rimsky-Korsakovís Mozart and Salieri, and Sobakin in N. Rimsky-Korsakovís Tsarís Bride., Don Bartolo in Rossiniís Il Barbere di Sevilla.

He has sung under the batons of Vassily Sinaysky, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Alan Buribayev, Antonino Fogliani, Michael Guettler, Christopher Moulds, Laurent Campellone, Kirill Karabits, Julian Reynolds, Federico Maria Sardelli, and William Lacey. He currently lives in Moscow, Russia. In 2012, he married Alona Jaryomenko (Aлёна Ярёменко).

Source: Mikhailovsky Theatre St Petersburg Website; Boplshoi Theatre Website
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (May 2017)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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Works

Federico Maria Sardelli

Bass

P-1 (2015, Audio): G.F. Handel: Opera Alcina, HWV 34 [Melisso]

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Oleg Tsybulko ( Mikhailovsky Theatre St Petersburg)
Oleg Tsybulko (Bolshoi Theatre)

Oleg Tsybulko (Wikipedia) [German]
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