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About Dmitry

Bass-baritone Dmitry Cheblykov began singing at an early age and pursued his musical studies at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory where he received his Master’s degree in Vocal Performance (2017). During his years studying, he was awarded 1st prize at the Alexey Ivanov International Vocal Competition (2015) and 2nd prize at the Nadezhda Obukhova Russian National Competition (2016). In 2017 he became a member of the Young Artist Programme of the Bolshoi Theatre. In 2021 he was awarded 1st prize at the Elena Obraztsova International Competition of Young Singers, and 3rd prize at Operalia.

Dmitry has had the opportunity to perform and work with conductors such as Vladimir Jurowski, Dmitry Jurowski, Dmitry Korchak, Nikolas Nägele, and Jan Latham-Koenig among many others. In concert, he has performed the works of Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Strauss, and Rossini, and shows a particular affinity with French, German and Italian Art Songs.

Recent career highlights for Dmitry include Il barbiere di Siviglia, Lebedev (The Idiot) at the Bolshoi Theatre, along with a return to the role of Lightman The Story of Kai and Gerda. In June 2022 Dmitry debuted as Escamillo (Carmen) at Den Norske Opera. Notable debuts for Dmitry include the role of Rogozhin in (The Idiot) at the Theater an der Wien with the direction of Vasily Barkhaov, and a new production of War and Peace by Dmitry Tchernyakov at the Bayerische Staatsoper, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.

The 2023/24 season for Dmitry will involve War and Peace at the Bolshoi Theatre, following debuts at Glyndebourne Festival for Carmen, Wigmore Hall and Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège for his role debut in Kát'a Kabanová.

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Season Highlights

Oct 2024 - Oct 2024
Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
Katya Kabanova (Savel Prokofjevic Dikoj) Michael Güttler (Conductor) Aurore Fattier (Director)
Jun 2025 - Jun 2025
Dutch National Opera
Boris Godunov (Andrei Schelkalov) Vasily Petrenko (Conductor) Kirill Serebrennikov (Director) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

Selected Repertoire

BANEVICHThe story of Kay and Gerda (Lightman)
BIZETCarmen (Escamillo)
CHARLES GOUNODFaust (Valentin)
MOZARTCosi fan tutte (Gugliemo)   •   Nozze di Figaro (Conte)
PROKOFIEVWar and Piece (Denisov)
PUCCINIGianni Schicchi (Marco)   •   La Bohème (Marcello)
RIMSKY-KORSAKOVThe Snow Maiden (Mizghir)
ROSSINILa Cenerentola (Alidoro)   •   Viaggio a Reims (Lord Sidney)
TCHAIKOVSKYEugene Onegin (Eugene Onegin)
VERDILA TRAVIATA Giorgio (Germont)



  • Carmen (Bizet)

    Glyndebourne Opera Festival
    May 2024 - Jun 2024
    • Her Escamillo is the best I’ve seen: muscle-man with name on bare chest, vocally daring – again Ticciati gives the superb Dmitry Cheblykov space to maneouvre – and backed up by high-octane crowd.

    • Cheblykov is an exceptionally good singer, with a beautiful warm tone, a charismatic stage presence and excellent acting skills.

    • at Glyndebourne’s season opener, Dmitry Cheblykov turned it into a glorious piece of theatre. We could have been watching Mick Jagger in his prime working an adoring festival crowd into a frenzy. Cheblykov swaggered, he glad-handed, he capered about the stage – the epitome of the alpha male supremely self-confident that everyone is eating out of his hand. Cheblykov's baritone matched his movement, deep and full in the big entries, switching to a perfect pianissimo for that moment when the crowd goes silent before the bull is to charge.

    • The audience favourite is Dmitry Cheblykov as the toreador Escamillo, whose copious attractions include an astonishing body-builder’s physique and a crisply incisive delivery.