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Performer: Tamara Sinyavskaya

DARGOMYZHSKY: Rtusolka; The Miller's Aria (Alexander Vedernikov, bass) (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

DARGOMYZHSKY: Rtusolka; The Miller's Aria (Alexander Vedernikov, bass) (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

DARGOMYZHSKY: The Stone Guest. Side 4 (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

DARGOMYZHSKY: The Stone Guest. Side 4 (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

GLINKA: Ruslan and Liudmila (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

GLINKA: Ruslan and Liudmila (Review by James Miller)

Ratmir 

GLINKA: Russlan and Ludmilla (Review by Anthony D. Coggi)

alto 

GLINKA: Russlan and Ludmilla (Review by Anthony D. Coggi)

Ratmir 

NÁPRAVNÍK: Dubrovêky (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

NÁPRAVNÍK: Dubrovêky (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

PROKOFIEV, SERGEI: Ivan the Terrible, op. 116 (Michael Lankester version). Alexander Nevsky, op. 78 (Review by Royal S. Brown)

mezzo-soprano 

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Servüw (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Servüw (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

RUBINSTEIN, ANTON: The Demon (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

RUBINSTEIN, ANTON: The Demon (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

SEROV: The Power of Evil (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

SEROV: The Power of Evil (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugene Onegin (Review by Henry Fogel)

alto 

TCHAIKOVSKY: Eugene Onegin (Review by Henry Fogel)

Olga 

VERSTOVSKY: The Tomb of Ascold (Review by James Miller)

Laura 

VERSTOVSKY: The Tomb of Ascold (Review by James Miller)

mezzo-soprano 

 

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