Dmitri Alexeievich Smirnov

Dmitri Alexeievich Smirnov

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dmitri Alexeievich Smirnov (born November 7 or November 19, 1882, in Moscow, Russian Empire; died April 27, 1944, in Riga, then USSR, now Latvia) was a leading Russian operatic tenor with a lyric voice and a bravura singing technique. A Muscovite, Smirnov was a student of miliya Pavlovskaya and Alexander Dodonov. He made his d but in St Petersburg in 1903 as Gigi in Michele Esposito's La Camorra. The venue was the Hermitage Theatre. In 1904, Smirnov became a member of the Bolshoi company in Moscow, singing there until 1910. He then sang at the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg, from 1911 to 1917. (He had first appeared at the Mariinsky in 1907.) Smirnov made his French d but at the Paris Op ra in more

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