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Born St Petersburg 1988.

Russian baritone.

Mikhail Pavlov began studies aged 14 at the St Peterburg Conservatoire (under Tatyana Volotskaya) and after a year moved on to the preliminary course at the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatoire, joining the undergraduate course two years later. He received a scholarship to support his postgraduate studies in Glasgow, and joined the RSAMD/RCS in 2010, graduating M Mus in 2012.

During his studies in Russia his roles included Guglielmo, Count Almaviva and Robert in Iolanta. At the RCS he performed the Poacher in Cunning Little Vixen, Ferdinand in Betrothal in a Monastery, and Tarquinius. He also sang Escamillo and Belcore with Edinburgh Grand Opera.

Roles in Scotland

Harašta a poacher
Cunning Little Vixen 2011
Ferdinand Don Jerome's son
Betrothal in a Monastery 2012
Tarquinius a Prince, son of King Tarquinius Superbus
Rape of Lucretia 2012
Escamillo a toreador
Carmen 2012
Belcore a sergeant
Elisir d'amore 2015

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