Grigory Soloviov moves easily within the corridors of many periods, from the ornate Baroque and the florid Bel Canto to the Romantic and the austere Verismo. Well regarded for his accomplished Handelian style, he is equally lauded for his interpretations of the work of other great composers including Rossini, Puccini, Verdi, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky. Following years of training at the Moscow State Conservatory and with the Washington National Opera’s Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists program, he went on to win or place as a finalist in many prestigious international vocal competitions. He has appeared on stages around the world including the Metropolitan Opera, Gran Teatro La Fenice, the Washington National Opera, the Bolshoi Academic State Theatre, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Opéra National de Lyon, Opéra de Montréal, the Palm Beach Opera, the Connecticut Grand Opera, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, the New Opera Festival in Rome, and the Ischia Opera Festival.
Larkens, La fanciulla del West (Opéra de Monte Carlo); Don Basilio, Il barbiere di Siviglia (Central City Opera); Méphistophélès, Faust (Toledo Opera)
Last company production: Le Gala (2013).