Andrcy Alekseevich IVANOV
Andrcy IVANOV, USSR Singer, baritone. Honorary Art. Worker of Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic since 1939; Popular Artist of Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic since 1941 and of USSR since 1944; soloist at Bolshoy Theater, since 1950. Order of Red Banner of Labor; Badge of Honor; medals.
IVANOV, Andrcy was born in 1900 in Zamoste, Ukrainia.
1921-1924 studied at Kiev Cooperative Institute.
1925 sang with Kiev Itinerant Opera Group. 1926-1934 at Baku, Odessa and Sverdlovsk theaters. 1934-1950 soloist, Kiev Shevchenko Opera and Ballet Theater.
Roles: Igor in Borodin’s “Knyaz Igor” (Prince Igor). Onegin, Yeletsky and Tomsky in Tschaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” and “Pikovaya dama” (Queen of Spades). Gryaznoy in Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Tsarskaya nevesta” (The Bride of the Tsar).
Listnitsky and Nagulnov in I. I. Dzerzhinsky’s "Tikhiy Don” (Quiet Flows the Don) and “Podnyataya tselina” (Virgin Soil Upturned). Peter in A. N. Serov’s “Vrazhya sila” (Satanic Forces). Shaklovity in Mussorgsky’s “Khovanshchina”.
Escamillo in Bizet’s “Carmen”. Germont in Verdi’s “La Traviata”. Title part in A. G. Rubinstein’s “Demon”, etc.