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Felix Korobov

Chief Conductor
Stanislavsky and
Nemirovich – Danchenko Moscow
Academic Music Theatre

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Music Director of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre

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Conductor Felix Korobov, born in Moscow in 1972, started his career as a conductor with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia. For three seasons he was Chief Conductor in two major opera theatres of Moscow, both the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre and the Kolobov New Opera theatre where he conducted, among others, Norma and The Tsar’s Bride.
Since September 2004 Mr Korobov has devoted himself almost solely to the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre. He recently collaborated with the great producer Peter Stein for a new production of Aida, which enjoyed great success, and resulted in an invitation to La Scala Milan, where he made his debut with Tchaikovsky’s ‘Onegin’ in John Cranko’s famous production in autumn 2017. The 2017/18 season marked Felix Korobov’s Spanish debut conducting at the Auditorium of Madrid for the Fundación Excelentia, performing some of the Russian masterworks for orchestra. He returned to La Scala in October 2018, conducting L’Histoire de Manon by Massenet and is re-invited to conduct Sleeping Beauty from June 26th to July 9th, 2019.

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He has worked as music director and conductor for a broad range of major Russian and international operas, from Prokofiev War and Peace, Rimsky-Korsakov May Night, Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin and Queen of Spades, to Verdi Aida, Puccini Tosca and La Boheme, as well as operas by Bellini, Rossini, and contemporary works, both opera and ballet, by leading Russian and international composers. Korobov’s opera repertoire now includes more than 30 titles.

He at present is also Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Chamber orchestra at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, and Principal Guest Conductor at the Saint-Petersburg Camerata Orchestra of the State Hermitage Museum. Internationally, he has worked with symphony orchestras in Germany, Finland, Estonia, Italy, the Philippines, and China.

A graduate of the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory in two disciplines, both cello and conducting, Korobov continued his postgraduate studies in string ensemble. Several of the most outstanding professors of the Moscow Conservatory, including T. Gaidamovich, A. Bonduryansky, R. Davidyan, K.Khachaturyan, were among his teachers.

Korobov has made many CDs, including several with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia.

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