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Aliaksandr Mikhniuk graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Music in Nowopołock, where he specialized in choral conducting. In 2015, he completed his studies at the Belarusian State Music Academy from the class of Professor V. Klindukhov. He is the winner of the Second Prize at the 3rd Minsk International Christmas Singing Competition (2016) and a finalist of Georgy Sviridov International Competition of Chamber Singing in Russia (2014).
Still while studying, he took part in two opera productions, performing the parts of Lensky in Eugene Onegin and Ernesto in Don Pasquale. Since 2015, he is a soloist of the National Academic Grand Opera and Ballet Theater in Minsk, where he performs Lensky, Alfredo in La traviata, Rodolfo in La bohème, Tamino in Die Zauberflöte and Lïkov in The Tsar’s Bride.
His repertoire includes also oratorio parts, such as: W. A. Mozart’s and G. Verdi’s Requiem, G. Rossini’s La petite messe solennelle or J. S. Bach’s Johannes-Passion. He performs songs of P. Tchaikovsky, M. Glinka, A. Gurilyov, E. Grieg, G. Fauré, R. Schubert, G. Verdi as well as Neapolitan songs. He had performed in Germany, Poland, Israel and Russia.
The artist’s engagements in the 2019/2020 season include stage debut as Alfredo in Mariusz Treliński’s production of La traviata at the Polish National Opera, A. Bruckner’s Mass No. 3 in F minor at the Krakow Philharmonic and L. v. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in Opera and Philharmonic in Białystok.
Updated December 2019
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A. Borodin, Prince Igor, Vladimir
G. Donizetti, Don Pasquale, Ernesto
W. A. Mozart, Die Zauberflöte, Tamino
G. Puccini, La bohème, Rodolfo
G. Puccini, Gianni Schicchi, Rinuccio
P. Tchaikovski, Eugene Onegin, Lensky
G. Verdi, La traviata, Alfredo
N. Rimsky-Korsakov, The Tsar’s bride, Lïkov
J. S. Bach, Die Johannes-Passion
J. S. Bach, Die h-Moll-Messe
L. v. Beethoven, Symphony No. 9
A. Bruckner, Die Messe Nr. 3 in f-Moll
W. A. Mozart, Requiem
G. Rossini, Petite messe solennelle
G. Verdi, Requiem