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Armenian tenor Liparit Avetisyan made his European stage debut in the autumn of 2016 as Fenton in a new production of »Falstaff« at the Cologne Opera and has since been acknowledged as one of the most exciting lyric tenors of his generation. After his debut in Cologne, other international debuts followed in rapid succession at such leading theaters as the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Berlin State Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Zürich Opera, Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Opera Australia, Semperoper Dresden, and Hamburg State Opera. His roles have included Alfredo in »La traviata«, Rodolfo in »La Bohème«, Edgardo in »Lucia di Lammermoor«, Nemorino in »L'elisir d'amore«, Des Grieux in »Manon«, and Lensky in »Eugene Onegin«.

Born in Yerevan in 1990, Liparit Avetisyan moved to the Crimea, where he graduated from music school. From 2008 to 2011, Avetisyan studied with B. Kudryavtsev at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, later transferring to the Komitas State Conservatory of Yerevan to study with R. Hakobyants. During his studies, Avetisyan won Second Prize in both the Maria Biesu International Singing Competition and the III Muslim Magomaev International Vocalists Contest. At the Armenian National Academic Opera, he sang Alfredo, Don José in »Carmen«, and the young Gypsy in »Aleko«. He debuted as the Duke in »Rigoletto« and sang the Verdi and Mozart Requiems with the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra.

In October of 2015, Avetisyan sang Don José in Alexander Titel’s new production of »Carmen« in Yekaterinburg, subsequently making his Moscow debut in January of 2016 as Des Grieux in the new production of Massenet’s »Manon« at the Staniskalvy-Nemirovich-Danchenko Opera. He returned there in June of 2016 as the Prince in the new staging of Prokofiev’s »The Love for Three Oranges« and as Almaviva in »Il barbiere di Siviglia«. Avetisyan also participated in the company’s tour of China in »Carmen«.

After his debut in Cologne in 2016, Avetisyan was invited to make several other important debuts in the 2016/17 season: Rodolfo with the Frankfurt Opera, Alfredo with Opera Australia, and at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Alfredo. He also returned to Covent Garden to make his role debut as Nemorino. In the 2017/18 season, the tenor sang Alfredo at the Bolshoi Theatre, Hamburg State Opera, Berlin State Opera and Semperoper Dresden, and appeared as Rodolfo at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. He made his French stage debut as Lensky at the Opera du Rhin in Strasbourg and returned to the Cologne Opera as Alfredo and the Duke. Avetisyan also returned to Covent Garden for their spring gala and made his Spanish stage debut singing his first Tamino in »Die Zauberflöte« at the Peralada Festival.

Avetisyan made his role debut as Edgardo in »Lucia di Lammermoor« in the fall of 2018 in Dresden, after which he made his North American debut at the Seattle Opera as the Duke in »Rigoletto«. He also returned to Australia in the same role. Avetisyan began the 2019/20 season with his debut at the Zürich Opera as Alfredo, after which he reprised the role at Covent Garden, in Dresden and Hamburg, and for his debut at the Bavarian State Opera. Avetisyan will close out the season with his return to Opera Australia as Lensky.