Oleg Tsibulko
Bass

“Oleg Tsibulko triumphed with his deep, nourished legato bass and an undeniable nobility” (ConcertoNet)

Contacts

Shirley Thomson +44 (0)20 3725 9173
Ian Stones +44 (0)20 3725 9104
Clare Erskine +44 (0)20 3725 9145

Biography

Young Moldovan Oleg Tsibulko marked himself out as an artist to watch by taking Second Prize at the internationally-recognised Neue Stimmen Competition in 2013, subsequently making an acclaimed European debut as Gremin (Eugene Onegin) for Angers Nantes Opéra under Łukasz Borowicz.

The current season opens as Zambri in Davide Livermore’s production of Ciro in Babilonia at the Pesaro Rossini Festival, followed by a company debut with Maggio Musicale Fiorentino as Oroe in Semiramide under Bruno Campanella.

Young Moldovan Oleg Tsibulko marked himself out as an artist to watch by taking Second Prize at the internationally-recognised Neue Stimmen Competition in 2013, subsequently making an acclaimed European debut as Gremin (Eugene Onegin) for Angers Nantes Opéra under Łukasz Borowicz.

The current season opens as Zambri in Davide Livermore’s production of Ciro in Babilonia at the Pesaro Rossini Festival, followed by a company debut with Maggio Musicale Fiorentino as Oroe in Semiramide under Bruno Campanella. The season continues with two further productions of Eugene Onegin for both Teatr Wielki and Opéra de Nice, Le comte Ory for Musikfestival Dortmund under Giacomo Sagripanti and a return to Florence, this time as Frate (Don Carlos) under esteemed conductor Zubin Mehta.

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Shirley Thomson +44 (0)20 3725 9173
Ian Stones +44 (0)20 3725 9104
Clare Erskine +44 (0)20 3725 9145

Reviews

“Oleg Tsibulko was a mellifluous and dignified Banquo” (The Telegraph, July 2017) 

“Oleg Tsibulko was heartbreaking as Banco, his endlessly generous bass filling the role with lyrical power, projecting a compassionate moral integrity as moving as it was doomed.” (Bachtrack, July 2017) 

“The young Moldovan bass Oleg Tsibulko made a stylish Banco, his distinctive timbre reminding me of a young Sergei Leiferkus. Tsibulko sang the role with an elegant sense of line, real nobility and suitable intensity. This was one of those performances that made you regret that Banco died so early. This was Tsibulko's UK debut, and he is certainly a singer that I look forward to hearing again.” (PlanetHugill, July 2017)

“Oleg Tsibulko was a mellifluous and dignified Banquo” (The Telegraph, July 2017) 

“Oleg Tsibulko was heartbreaking as Banco, his endlessly generous bass filling the role with lyrical power, projecting a compassionate moral integrity as moving as it was doomed.” (Bachtrack, July 2017) 

“The young Moldovan bass Oleg Tsibulko made a stylish Banco, his distinctive timbre reminding me of a young Sergei Leiferkus. Tsibulko sang the role with an elegant sense of line, real nobility and suitable intensity. This was one of those performances that made you regret that Banco died so early. This was Tsibulko's UK debut, and he is certainly a singer that I look forward to hearing again.” (PlanetHugill, July 2017)

“and Oleg Tsibulko created an austere Oroe.” (Opera magazine, January 2017)

“Oleg Tsibulko is a Gremin with a sumptuous line, gravitas and an athletic stature” (classicconcert.com, June 2015)

“Here we meet Prince Gremin, Oleg Tsibulko, who sings his aria with a bass voice of black velvet” (L'Ape musicale, June 2015)

“Oleg Tsibulko also impresses in the third act, noble and powerful with an impeccable line” (ResMusica, June 2015)

“Oleg Tsibulko, a Moldovan bass, has the majesty of a Gremin, a polished bronze voice, elegance and sobriety” (Webthea, June 2015)

“The Gremin, Oleg Tsibulko, triumphed with his deep, nourished legato bass and an undeniable nobility” (ConcertoNet, June 2015)

“Oleg Tsibulko, a Moldavian bass with an imposing voice and stature was a splendid Gremin – first class” (Forum Opera, May 2015)