Olga Cheremnykh

Olga Cheremnykh

Olga Cheremnykh (b. 1990) is a Russian soprano. She has studied at the Novosibirsk and St Petersburg Conservatories, and has performed numerous opera roles in St Petersburg. In recent years her roles have included Giulietta in Offenbach’s Contes d’Hoffmann, the title role of Tšaikovski’s Iolanta, Tatiana in Tšaikovski’s Eugene Onegin, Marfa in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Tsar’s Bride, Mimì in Puccini’s La Bohème, Micaëla in Bizet’s Carmen and Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte.

Repertoire

Preliminary round  
G. B. Pergolesi  Stabat Mater: Vidit suum, dulcem natum
E. Chausson Le temps des lilas (Bouchor)
H. Wolf  Schweig’ einmal still, du garst’ger Schwätzer dort! (Heyse)
P. Tšaikovski  Jolanta: ”Otšego eto prežde ne znala” (Jolanta)
   
Semifinals  
J. Sibelius  Die stille Stadt (Dehmel)
S. Slonimski  Seven romance to the Poets of Anna Ahmatova
  1. Beloj notšju
  2. O tom, tšto son mne pel
  3. Lutšše b mne tšastuški zadorno vyklikat
  4. Ja nedarom petšjalnoj slyvu
  5. Ja s toboj ne stanu pit vino
  6. Tvoj belyi dom I tihi sad ostavlju
  7. Dušnyi hmel
G. Puccini  La Bohème: “Addio...Donde lieta usci” (Mimi)
   
Final  
G. Verdi  Il Corsaro: ”Non so le tetre immagini” (Medora)
N. Rimski-Korsakov Tsarskaja nevesta: “Ivan Sergejevitš, hotšeš v sad poidjom” (Marfa)