The Dutch National Opera is staging Prince Igor, with the bass Dmitry Ulyanov in the cast


Prince Igor, an opera in four acts and a prologue, with music by Borodin, who also wrote the Russian libretto, will be on the stage of the Dutch National Opera of Amsterdam from February 7th to 26th. The successful production now coming to the capital of the Netherlands, in coproduction with the Metropolitan Opera House of New York, will be directed by Dmitri Tcherniakov. The Maestro Stanislav Kochanovsky will be standing before the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Dutch National Opera Chorus and a renowned cast of singers that includes the bass Dmitry Ulyanov, in the roles of Prince Galitsky and Khan Konchak.
Ulyanov's recent performances and upcoming engagements include Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Liceu of Barcelona, Don Carlos at the Bolshoi Theatre, Khovanshchin in Moscow, La Juive and Der Fliegende Holländer at the Opera Vlaanderen, Iolanta in Aix-en-Provence, Il Trovatore in Coruña, Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Teatro de la Maestranza, The Gambler in Monte-Carlo, Iolanta in Lyon, Katerina Izmaylova at the Bolshoi and Le coq d'or at the Teatro Real of Madrid.