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Emma Sarkisyan, born in Voronezh, Russia, studied at the Moscow Conservatory in the class of Prof. A. L. Dolivo. During her studies she won the first prize and the gold medal at the International Music Competition "George Enescu". After graduating, she became a member of the Stanislavski - and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre, where she played in title roles. At this theatre, staged by Walter Felsenstein in 1969, the Russian production of "Carmen" with Emma Sarkisyan in the title role. From 1972 to 1975 she sang this part with great success at the Komische Oper Berlin under the direction of Walter Felsenstein. Emma Sarkisyan regards her collaboration with Walter Felsenstein as an unforgettable and significant encounter of her artistic career. She has been a soloist of the New Opera Company in Moscow since 1991. Her Repertoire includes, among others the roles Olga ("Eugen Onegin"), Rosina ("Il barbiere di Siviglia"), Ljubascha ("the Tsar's bride"), Cherubino ("Le nozze di Figaro"), Sonjetka ("Lady Macbeth of Mzensk"), Dorabella ("Così fan tutte"), Countess ("Pique Dame"), Amme ("the demon") and Naina ("Ruslan and Lyudmila"). Her recent roles include Filipyevna in Eugene Onegin at the Salzburg festival 2007 (Director: Andrea Breth, conductor: Daniel Barenboim) play, and since 2006 at the Bolshoi theatre (Director: Dmitry Tscherniakov), The old Buryia in "Jenůfa" at the national theatre Mannheim from 2008 until 2011 (Director: Regula Gerber) and Glasha in "kát'a kabanová" at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels in 2010 (directed by Andrea Breth).
With solo concerts, she was on numerous tours in Russia and abroad. The programme includes works by Schumann, de Falla, Granados, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and old Russian romances. She participated in recordings of the operas "Carmen" and "Eugene Onegin" as well as arias and romances for the radio. Emma Sarkisyan took "woman's love and life" by Schumann and Spanish songs by de Falla, to LP.
Emma Sarkisyan is a Professor at the Russian Academy of theatre arts and has taught a number of young singers who are listening to the world's best Opera houses.

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