Ariunbaatar Ganbaatar

Baritone from Mongolia - 29 years old

Cymraeg

2017: Winner of Round Two and joint winner of the Song Prize

Ariunbaatar is a graduate of the Mongolian State University of Culture and Art. In 2011, Ariunbaatar won the 24th Glinka International Vocal Contest in Moscow with a prize as best baritone in the competition and the special Pavel Lisitsian Prize. In 2011, Ariunbaatar became the honored artist of Mongolia which was given by the President of Mongolia.

In 2014, he won first prize in the 3rd Muslim Magomaev International Vocalists Competition in Moscow. Since then he’s been a soloist for the Buryat State Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Ulan-Ude, Russia. In 2015, Ariunbaatar won the 1st prize (Gold Medal) and the Grand Prix at the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition. And also in 2015, right after the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition, Ariunbaatar was invited to perform at the Carnegie Hall in New York.

In 2015, Ariunbaatar performed at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Russia and at the Cadogan Hall in London, United Kingdom and the same year, he performed Yeletsky’s Aria from Tchaikovsky’s Queen of Spades at Buckingham Palace.

In 2016, he performed the role of Escamillo (Carmen) and Baron Scarpia (Tosca) at the Marinsky Theatre in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Ariunbaatar also performed in Yerevan, Armenia for the 60th General Assembly of the World Federation of International Music Competitions.

Repertoire

Main prize repConcert 2
Per me giunto ... Io morro Don Carlo Verdi
Alzati! Là tuo figlio … Eri tu Un ballo in mascheraVerdi
Song prizeRecital
Élégie Massenet
In the silence of the night Op 4 No 3 Rachmaninov
Ich liebe dich Op 5 No 3 Grieg
Your TearsJantsannorov
Oh no, I beg you, do not leave Op 4 No 1 Rachmaninov
Song prize final
Ständchen D889 Schubert
Don Juan’s serenade Op 38 No 1 Tchaikovsky
Après un rêve Op 7 No 1 Fauré
None but the lonely heartOp 6 No 6 Tchaikovsky
The Steppes of Mongolia Sharav
Main PrizeFinal
Largo al factotum Il barbiere di SivigliaRossini
I love youThe queen of spadesTchaikovsky
Si può? si può? Signore! Pagliacci Leoncavallo