‘Tribute to Dmitri Shostakovich’ at the Russian Chamber Art Society

"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."

Yasmeen Enahora, DC Metro Theater Arts
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk - Teatro alla Scala

"The first compliment to be made to this performance is ... to the role of the police officer, Nikita Storojev, rendered with rich flavour and designed with exact precision.”

Corriere della sera
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk - De nederlandse Opera

“The level of singers was excellent, particularly Nikita Storojev in the role of the Police Officer.”, The Classical Music Network
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk - Austin Lyric Opera

"Always an opera-stopping moment, the comedic appearance of the Police Sergeant and his squad of bumbling policemen was even more so with the Russian bass Nikita Storojev, who brought tongue-in-cheek humor and voluminous, stentorian sound to the scene."

Opera News
Verdi Requiem - University of Texas Choral Arts Society

"Nikita Storojev(‘s) communicative style and sustained sense of drama maintained the Requiem's sense of gloom."

Austin American-Statesman
Shostakovich Symphonies No. 13 and 14 (Chandos)

"Bass Nikita Storojev produces deep, resonant tones ideal for the richly Russian melodies Shostakovich uses much of the time."

Australian Listener

"Simply perfect"

Diapason (Paris)

“Nikita Storojev, irreplaceable Russian bass, solid as brass."

Le Monde de la Musique (Paris)
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