Russian-American bass Nikita Storojev’s international career has taken him to the world's major opera houses, great concert halls and international festivals in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Florence, London, Milan, Munich, New York, Paris, Tokyo, and Vienna. He has over two dozen commercial recordings and five DVDs, under the batons of such conductors as Claudio Abbado, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Mariss Jansons, Neeme Järvi, John Nelson, Sir John Pritchard, and Mstislav Rostropovich. He has been called "simply perfect" by Paris’ Diapason.

Posted: Nov-20-2017
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Performers: Mikhail Kotliarov, Nikita Storojev, Joan Rodgers, Sergej Koptchak; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Brighton Festival Chorus; New London Children's Choir; Conductor: Vladimir Ashkenazy

Posted: May-5-2007
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"Nikita Storojev, a Tchaikovsky competition winner and bass singer, possessed a charismatic ambience that drifted across the stage as the wavelengths of his vocal chords streamed from the depth of his core. Hand motions evoked the passion of Storojev as he embodied the satirical essence Shostakovich intended for this social realist music."

— DC Metro Theater Arts
Posted: Dec-8-2015
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Posted: May-5-2014