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Bekhzod Davronov
Bekhzod Davronov


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About Bekhzod

Bekhzod Davronov was the Second Prize winner at Operalia 2021.

This 2024/25 season will see Bekhzod make a series of house and role debuts including Alfredo Germont La traviata and Rodolfo La bohème at Dallas Opera, Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood Lucia di Lammermoor and Rodolfo La bohème at Dresden Semperoper and Duke of Mantua Rigoletto at Irish National Opera, before spending the Summer making his debut at Salzburger Festspiele.

Future seasons will see him continue to make exciting debuts at Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Opernhaus Zurich and make returns to The Metropolitan Opera, Bayerische Staatsoper and Wiener Staatsoper.

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

Bekhzod was previously a member of the ensemble at The Bolshoi Theatre where highlights include La traviata, Beatrice et Benedict, Boris Godunov, The Tsar’s Bride, The tale of Tsar Salton and The Demon.

Bekhzod is based in Dresden

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Season Highlights

Jun 2024 - Aug 2024
Santa Fe Opera
Verdi La traviata (Alfredo Germont) Corrado Rovaris (conductor)
Oct 2024
Dresden Semperoper
Puccini La boheme (Rodolfo) Antonello Allemandi (conductor)
Oct 2024
Dallas Opera
Verdi La traviata (Alfredo Germont) Iván López Reynoso (conductor)
Bekhzod Davronov
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Bekhzod Davronov

Selected Repertoire

Arrigo BoitoMefistofele (Wagner)
BanevichKai and Gerda (Kai)
BelliniNorma (Pollione)
DonizettiLucia di Lammermoor (Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood)   •   Maria Stuarda (Roberto)   •   L'elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
GounodRoméo et Juliette (Romeo)
JanáčekZ mrtvého domu (Aljeja)
MozartDon Giovanni (Don Ottavio)
MussorgskyBoris Godunov (Yuródivïy)
ProkofievWar and Peace (Anatol Kuragin)
PucciniLa bohème (Rodolfo)   •   La rondine (Prunier)   •   Manon Lescaut (Un lampionaio)
RachmaninovAleko (Young Gypsy)   •   The Miserly Knight (Albert)   •   Francesca di Rimini (Dante Alighieri)
Rimsky-KorsakovSadko (A Hindi Merchant)   •   The Tale of Tsar Saltan (Tsarevich Gvidon)   •   The Tsar's Bride (Ivan Sergeyevich Lykov)
RossiniIl viaggio a Reims (Il Cavaliere Belfiore)
RubinsteinThe Demon (Knyaz Sinodal)
TchaikovskyIolanta (Alméric)   •   The Queen of Spades (Chaplitsky)
VerdiLa traviata (Alfredo Germont)   •   Otello (Cassio)   •   Don Carlo (Un Araldo reale)   •   Rigoletto (Il Duca di Mantua)



  • Puccini | La Rondine - Prunier

    Metropolitan Opera
    Mar 2024 - Apr 2024
    • Davronov and Tetelman both made fine Puccini tenors, …. his smooth, rounded tone was warm, and his phrasing elegant,

    • soprano Emily Pogorelc and tenor Bekhzod Davronov both filled the stage with a breath of fresh air. … brought a gorgeous ardent tenor, especially as he sang the first lines of “Chi bel sogno di Doretta.”

    • we were treated to a buttery, sincere sound, well worth a second listen.

    • Davronov as Magda’s poet friend Prunier was charming and pleasant, with a well-focused tenor.

    • the light, sweet tenor of Bekhzod Davronov, who made a fine impression as Prunier from his first appearance in Act I

    • there was the Uzbek tenor Bekhzod Davronov as Prunier, who showed a voice on the tip, easy in the high notes and with a very good stage presence.