The bass was born in Russia and studied singing under Nina Lubyanovskaya at the Glinka Conservatory in Novosibirsk, as well as under Maria Venuti and Renate Ackermann in Karlsruhe. As an ensemble member at the Augsburg Stadttheater, Dimitry Ivashchenko played such roles as Gremin in »Eugene Onegin«, Ariodate in »Serse«, Alidoro in »La Cenerentola«, and the title role in Massenet's »Don Quichotte«. Guest engagements have seen him playing Sarastro at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Nationale Reisopera in Enschede, as well as Osmin in Glasgow, Enschede, and Pamplona. He celebrated further successes at the Darmstadt Staatstheater as Seneca in Monteverdi's »The Crowning of Poppea«, Daland in »The Flying Dutchman«, Ferrando in »Il Trovatore«, Méphistophélès in Gounod's »Faust«, and Gurnemanz in »Parsifal«. He also sang Schumann's »Faust« scenes at La Scala in Milan, Janáček's »Glagolitic Mass« at the Musikverein Wien, Sparafucile at the Opéra Bastille in Paris, Commendatore in »Don Giovanni« and Frère Laurent in »Roméo et Juliette« at the Salzburg Festival, as well as Ludwig VI. in Weber's »Euryanthe« at the Théâtre du Capitole, Toulouse. Dimitry Ivashchenko has been an ensemble member at the Komische Oper Berlin since 2008, and has here interpreted roles including the bass in »Requiem«, Sarastro in »The Magic Flute«, and Colline in »La Bohème«.

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