Gevorg Aperánts, a tenor of celebrated talent, emerged from a rich musical upbringing, his journey into the world of performance commencing at the tender age of nine. His academic pursuits led him to excel, culminating in a Bachelor's degree from the Conservatory of Amsterdam under the guidance of Pierre Mak, followed by a Masters attained at the prestigious Dutch National Opera Academy, where he refined his craft under the mentorship of esteemed instructors such as Ira Siff and Raymond Modesti. Supplementing his education, Gevorg availed himself of masterclasses led by luminaries including Nelly Miricioiu, David Parry, Ruggero Raimondi, Dennis O'Neill, and William Matteuzzi.

Gevorg together with the legendary Armenian singer Ruben Matewosyan
Gevorg together with the legendary Armenian singer Ruben Matewosyan
Working on an Aria together with Ruggero Raimondi at a Mozarteum Salzburg Masterclass in 2010

In 2012, Gevorg marked a significant milestone in his career, lending his voice to the tenor part in the world premiere of the Requiem for Auschwitz at the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam, a performance that garnered national attention through televised broadcast.

Post-graduation, Gevorg embarked on an international career, beginning at the Junge Oper Hannover and Staatsoper Hannover in Germany, where he was engaged from 2013 to 2017. During his tenure, he contributed his talents to a plethora of productions, including notable works such as "Tosca" alongside luminaries like Sir Bryn Terfel and Neil Shicoff, as well as performances in "Un Ballo In Maschera," "La Traviata," "La Forza Del Destino," "Candide," "Le Nozze Di Figaro," and "Rigoletto," among others.

As a versatile artist, Gevorg has demonstrated his ability to traverse various genres, seamlessly transitioning between opera, oratorio, art songs, musical theatre, and jazz. His prowess was recognized in 2018 when he earned the accolade of Best Male Actor for his poignant portrayal of Tony in Clingenburg Festspiele's rendition of the legendary musical "West Side Story." Subsequently, he captivated audiences in the role of Fritz Steppke in the Staatstheater Cottbus production of Paul Lincke's operetta "Frau Luna."

Beyond the stage, Gevorg has generously contributed his talents to philanthropic endeavors, collaborating with non-profit organizations and governmental institutes to participate in benefit concerts and arts outreach initiatives. Notably, he has partnered with esteemed entities such as the Dutch charity organization Mensenkinderen and the European Commission in Brussels, enriching lives through the transformative power of music.

Together with Neil Shicoff, Brigitte Hahn and Sir Bryn Terfel after thair performance of Tosca at the State Opera Hanover in 2015.

Requiem für Auschwitz

The World premiere of "Requiem für Auschwitz" in the "Nieuwe Kerk" in Amsterdam on the 3rd of May 2012.
Played by the Roma and Sinti Philharmonics from Frankfurt am Main together with the Amsterdam Student Choir.
Conducted by Riccardo M. Sahiti.

Kristina Bitenc (Soprano)
Kadri Tegelmann (Alt)
Gevorg Aperánts Hakobjan (Tenor)
Laurent Deleuil (Bas)


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