Valentin Dubovskoy - The Master and Margarita

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Valentin Dubovskoy (°1967) is a Russian tenor and composer. After graduating from the Moscow State University with a specialization in mathematics, he was giving his own course of lectures on economic computer sciences at the economic faculty of the same university for two years. He acquired a specialization in solo singing and composition at the Moscow State Conservatory.

With over 30 central opera parts in his repertoire, Dubovskoy is the author of 9 operas and rock operas, over 300 songs and romances, some cantatas and rock cantatas.

Irina Arkadyeva is a graduate from the Moscow State Conservatory as an opera singer. She was a pupil of professor Karla Kadinskaya. She started her career at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Musical Theatre.

On stage she has embodied characters of classical Russian, French and Italian operas. Her most significant works are Elvira in Ernani by Giuseppe Verdi, Madama Butterfly and Tosca in Giacomo Puccini’s operas, Mimi in his La bohème, Liza in Queen of Spades by Pyotr Tchaykovsky and Marguerite in Faust by Charles Gounod. For Tosca’s interpretation she was awarded a medal by the International Opera Fund.

In 2003 and 2004, Valentin Dubovskoy wrote The Master and Margarita, an opera in one act, based on Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel. This opera has 6 pieces, which he recorded himself with Irina Arkadyeva as soprano.


    Valentin Dubovskoy - The Master's Aria

    Valentin Dubovskoy - Margarita's Aria

    Valentin Dubovskoy - Duet The Master and Margarita

    Valentin Dubovskoy - Aleksandrovksy's Garden

    Valentin Dubovskoy - The Master's Arioso

    Valentin Dubovskoy - Margarita's Arioso

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Valentin Dubovskoy (tenor)
Irina Arkadyeva (soprano)


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