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The Russian tenor Maxim Mironov was born in 1981 at Tula, near Moscow. After completing his training, he joined the Helikon Opera House in the Russian capital. He became known internationally when he won first prize at the Bertelsmann Competition for New Voices at Gütersloh, an award that won him many engagements. It was there that he first met Jochen Schönleber. Among his important mentors is Alberto Zedda who invited him to the 2005 Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro.

He achieved distinction at the Paris Théâtre des Champs-Elysées as Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola with the Orchestre de Paris. He sang the rôle of Count Libenskof in Rossini’s Il viaggio a Reims at the Accademia Rossiniana in Pesaro and at the Brussels Théâtre de la Monnaie. His success then led to appearances at Glyndebourne, Geneva, the Florence Maggio Musicale, the Festival of Aix-en-Provence, Pesaro, and finally to the Japanese Opera Institute with Alberto Zedda and thence directly to the ROSSINI IN WILDBAD festival.

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