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Bekhzod Davronov
Bekhzod Davronov

Contact

For availability and general enquiries:

Rowan Bidmead

Rowan Bidmead

Associate Artist Manager

Representation

Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

About Bekhzod

Bekhzod Davronov was the Second Prize winner at Operalia 2021.

This season will see Bekhzod make a series of exciting house and role debuts including Cassio (Otello) at Wiener Staatsoper, Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni) at Teatro di San Carlo, Prunier (La rondine) at The Metropolitan Opera, Alfredo Germont (La traviata) at Santa Fe Opera and Rodolfo (La bohème) at Prague State Opera.

Future seasons will see Bekhzod make debuts at Salzburger Festspiele, Dresden Semperoper, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Opernhaus Zurich, Dallas Opera, Irish National Opera, and make returns to Bayerische Staatsoper and Wiener Staatsoper.

Recent highlights include Rodolfo (La bohème) on the Glyndebourne Festival Opera Tour, Anatole Kuragin in a new Dmitri Tcherniakov production of War and Peace conducted by Vladimir Jurowski at Bayersiche Staatsoper and Aljeja (From the House of the Dead) at Ruhrtriennale Festival.

Bekhzod is an alumnus of The State Conservatory of Uzbekistan where he debuted the roles of Duca di Mantova (Rigoletto), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), and the title role in Les Contes d’Hoffmann. He subsequently joined the Opera Studio of the Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Grand Academic Theater in Tashkent where he sang Young Gypsy (Aleko) and Boyar Lykov in The Tsar’s Bride.

From Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Bekhzod is currently a member of the ensemble at The Bolshoi Theatre where recent highlights include La traviata, Beatrice et Benedict, Boris Godunov, The Tsar’s Bride, The Tale of Tsar Saltan and The Demon.

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Season Highlights

Jun 2024 - Aug 2024
Santa Fe Opera
Verdi La traviata (Alfredo Germont) Corrado Rovaris (conductor)
Oct 2024
Dallas Opera
Verdi La traviata (Alfredo Germont) Iván López Reynoso (conductor)
Dec 2024
Irish National Opera
Verdi Rigoletto (Duke of Mantua) Fergus Sheil (conductor)