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Promotional photograph of Alexey Dolgov
Promotional photograph of Alexey Dolgov

Contact

For availability and general enquiries:

Mark Hildrew

Mark Hildrew

Executive Director

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For contracts, logistics and press:

Seb Mallet

Seb Mallet

Associate Artist Manager

Representation

Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

About Alexey

Recent and future engagements include a debut at The Grange Festival and the Ruhrtriennale and returns to New Israeli Opera, Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, as well as regular returns to Scottish Opera, Glasgow. On the concert platform, Alexey will appear with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London as well as the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.


Alexey has worked with conductors such as Placido Domingo, Vasily Petrenko, Daniel Harding, Semyon Bychkov, Seiji Ozawa, Kirill Karabits, Gianandrea Noseda, Speranza Scappucci, Gustavo Dudamel, Alexander Shelley, Philippe Auguin, Patrick Summers, Alain Altinoglu, Dan Ettinger, Leo Hussain, Robin Ticciati, Renato Palumbo, Omer Meir Wellber, Leopold Hager and Dmitri Jurowski.

Alexey is based in Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Representation

Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

Season Highlights

Nov 2023 - Oct 2023
Royal Albert Hall, London
Tchaikovsky Iolanta (semi-staged) Vasily Petrenko Conductor Maria Motolygina Iolanta Alexey Dolgov Count Vaudémont Alexander Tsymbalyuk René Andrei Kymach Robert Anatoli Sivko Ibn-Hakia Adrian Dwyer Alméric Yuriy Yurchuk Bertrand Veena Akama-Makia Marta* Isabela Díaz Brigitta* Gabrielė Kupšytė Laura* Philharmonia Chorus Denni Sayers Director Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Feb 2024 - Mar 2024
New Israeli Opera, Tel Aviv
Rusalka (Prince) Dan Ettinger (conductor) Stefano Poda (stage director) Role Debut
May 2024 - May 2024
The Lighthouse, Poole
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Iolanta (Count Vaudemont) Kirill Karabits (conductor)

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Selected Repertoire

Rimsky-KorsakovMay Night (Levko)   •   The Golden Cockerel (Prince Guidon)   •   The Tsars Bride (Lïkov)
BergWozzeck (Andres*)
BizetCarmen (Don Jose*)
BorodinPrince Igor (Vladimir Igorevitch)
DonizettiLucia di Lammermoor (Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood)
DvořákRusalka (The Prince)
JanáčekFrom the House of the Dead (Shapkin)   •   Káťa Kabanová(Váňa Kudrjas)   •   Jenůfa (Steva)   •   The Makropulos Affair (Vítek*)
MascagniCavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)   •   Silvano (title role)
MassenetHérodiate (Jean*)
MozartDie Zauberflöte (Tamino)   •   La clemenza di Tito (Tito*)
MussorgskyBoris Godunov (the false Dmitry/Grigory*)
PucciniMadama Butterfly (B.F. Pinkerton)   •   La Rondine (Ruggero Lastouc*)   •   Tosca (Cavaradossi)
RachmaninoffAleko (Young Gipsy)   •   Francesca da Rimini (Damte)   •   The Miserly Knight (Albert)
Rubinsteinthe Demon (Prince Sinodal)
StraussAriadne auf Naxos (Tanzmeister, Bacchus) Salome (Narraboth*)
StravinskyMavra (Vassili/Mavra)   •   Oedipus Rex (Oedipus, King of Thebes)
TchaikovskyEugene Onegin (Lensky)   •   Iolanta (Vaudemont)   •   Pique Dame (Chekalinsky, Hermann*)
VerdiI Due Foscari (Jacopo Foscari)   •   Otello (CAssio)   •   Rigoletto (Il Duca)   •   La Traviata (Alfredo)
WagnerDer Fliegende Holländer (Erik)

Press

  • Iolanta

    Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
    May 2024
    • It was Alexey Dolgov as Count Vaudémont whose heroic tenor found a natural habitat for Tchaikovsky’s soaring melodies, easily winning the hearts of Iolanta and the audience. His grand duet with Kulchynska at the work’s climax brought the evening’s finest singing.

    • The tenor Alexey Dolgov, as Iolanta’s lover, mustered plenty of ardour