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The Russian tenor Maxim Mironov started his career by winning the international competition Neue Stimmen in Germany. Born in Tula and a graduate of the Gnessin State Musical College, Moscow, he joined the Helikon Opera Theatre of Moscow, making his début in Grétry’s Pierre Le Grand in 2002. Since then he has performed on many prestigious stages across the world, including the Teatro Real, Madrid, the Festival of Aix-en-Provence, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and Opéra Garnier, Paris, the Glyndebourne Festival, Théâtre de la Monnaie, Brussels, the Japan Opera Foundation, Tokyo, Las Palmas Opera, Vlaamse Opera, Antwerp, Vienna Staatsoper, Theater An der Wien, Los Angeles Opera and Washington National Opera. He has collaborated with leading conductors, and has made several recordings for major labels.

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