Vladimir Gorokhov

First Deputy General Director and Artistic Director of the Moscow musical theatre "Helikon-Opera".
Vladimir, after graduating from medium school, entered the Orenburg music school for the vocal department. In parallel with his studies he worked as a radio presenter and editor of youth programs of VGTRK Orenburg, a correspondent of the Orenburg regional newspaper "New generation". As a journalist, he got acquainted with Opera artists and musicians who came to Orenburg on tour, he met with M. L. Rostropovich.

During his studies, Vladimir Gorokhov participated and became a laureate and winner of several vocal competitions.

In 1996 he entered the Russian Academy of music named after Gnesin, in the class of opera vocals to the people's artist of the USSR A. A. Eisen.

In the same year Vladimir Gorokhov came to work in "Helikon-Opera": the artist of chorus and the ticket controller, then the administrator and the chief administrator.

As an artist of the choir Vladimir Gorokhov participated in all opera productions of the theater. As a soloist he performed a number of solo parts, including Orlik "Mazepa" by P. Tchaikovsky, Afron "Golden Cockerel" By N. Rimsky-Korsakov, Starodum "Coffee cantata" by I. S. Bach.

In 2001 he graduated from Gnesin Academy with a diploma in "Vocal art. Academic singing", qualified as "Opera singer. Concert and chamber singer. Teacher".

Vladimir Gorokhov participated in the organization and managing of numerous tours of the theater in the country and abroad: in the United States, France, Spain and other countries.

Since 2005 — Deputy Artistic Director for administrative affairs.In different periods he successfully headed the marketing department, public relations, special projects.

In January 2016 Vladimir Gorokhov was appointed Deputy General Director and Artistic Director of the theater for general issues, and in 2017 — First Deputy.

In September 2017, Vladimir Gorokhov received a diploma from the International Academy of culture and art of the United Europe in Paris.
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