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Awards

2008 – prize-winner at the 8th International Children and Youth Festival and Competition The Constellation of the Sea – The Sun, Youth and Beauty (1st prize, Odessa).
2016 – prize-winner at the 4th Muslim Magomayev International Vocalists’ Competition (2nd prize, Moscow).
2020 – Presidential Prize of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

				
Магеррам Гусейнов

Biography

Born in Baku. Graduated from the Leopold and Mstislav Rostropovich School of Music in Baku (class of Svetlana Mirzoyeva). Continued his studies from 2013 at the Accademia Lirica Osimo (Italy), where he was taught by Lella Cuberli, Raina Kabaivanska, William Matteuzzi and Anna Vandi. Made his debut at the Teatro La Nuova Fenice (Osimo) as Moralès (Carmen).

Has sung the roles of Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), Dandini (La Cenerentola), Don Alvaro (Il viaggio a Reims), the Demon (Pergolesi’s oratorio Li prodigi della Divina grazia nella Conversione e morte di San Guglielmo Duca d’Aquitania), Figaro (Paisiello’s Il barbiere di Siviglia) and Don Giovanni, appearing at the Teatro Brancaccio (Rome), the Teatro Flavio Vespasiano (Rieti), the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, the Teatro Rossini and the Rossini Opera Festival (Pesaro), the Festival Pergolesi Spontini (Jesi), the Reate Festival (Rieti), the Follonica Summer Festival and the Dubai Opera.

From 2017 to 2019 he trained at the Accademia Teatro alla Scala. At that theatre he has performed the roles of Ours-Kan (Cherubini’s Ali Baba, ou Les quarante voleurs), Dulcamara (L’elisir d’amore), the Pastor (Khovanshchina conducted by Valery Gergiev), the Poet (Salieri’s Prima la musica e poi le parole) and Count Monterone (Rigoletto). In 2019 he sang the role of Colline (La Bohème) at theatres in Modena and Piacenza.

Since 2021 he has been a guest soloist with Mariinsky theatre.

Repertoire

at the Mariinsky:

Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro)
Leporello, Masetto (Don Giovanni)
Colline (La Bohème)
Cesare Angelotti (Tosca)
Count Monterone (Rigoletto)
Jake Wallace (La fanciulla del West)
Nilakantha (Lakmé, semi-staged performance)
Dulcamara (L’elisir d’amore)