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DENIS SEDOV

Of Russian extraction, the young Israeli bass Denis Sedov is a graduate of the New York Metropolitan Opera studio and has sung in many major international opera houses, including the rôle of Figaro at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and his début at La Scala, Milan, as Leporello. He has appeared at festivals including Aix-en-Provence, Aspen and Spoleto, and has won a reputation for himself also in Lieder and in oratorio. He has collaborated with leading conductors, including Seiji Ozawa, Charles Dutoit, Mark Minkowski and Riccardo Muti, and with Pierre Boulez and others in recordings. His Rossini rôles include those of Assur and of Maometto Secondo, the latter also undertaken at the National Opera of the Rhine in Strasbourg.
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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
ROSSINI: Maometto Secondo Naxos
8.660149-51
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