Дилара Ворфоломеева, сопрано

Honored Artist of Russia Honored Artist of Russia
Dilara Vorfolomeyeva

Dilara Vorfolomeyeva was born in Ufa, Bashkirskaya SSR

In 1992 she has finished the vocal course of Tashkent Conservatory named after Mukhtar Ashrafi (the class of professor A.V. Protasova). Already in her student years, in parallel with studies, she worked at the Bolshoi Theater named after Alisher Navoi (first in the choir, later she sang solo parts).

From 1992 to 1994 she was a soloist of the Tashkent Musical Comedy Theater. She performed leading roles in such productions as "The Bat", "The Merry Widow", "Silva", etc.

Since 1994 Dilara Vorfolomeyeva has been a soloist of Novosibirsk State Philharmonic. She actively collaborates with various philharmonic collectives: Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Choir, Novosibirsk Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments, Concert Brass Band, Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra (solo parts in Mozart’s Requiem, Webber and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony).

Most of Dilara Vorfolomeyeva’s philharmonic performances are her chamber programs: songs, romances (Russian and foreign classics). Among the accompanists Dilara shows her favor to two musicians - Dmitry Karpov and Vladimir Nikulin - with whom she collaborates most closely.

Dilara Vorfolomeyeva also shows interest in the song genre, and has prepared several variety programs.

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