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"Falstaff" by Calixto Bieito in Hamburg

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'FALSTAFF"
January 21, 2020

Rathausmarkt Open Air

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HAMBURGER ABBENDBALL

August 31, 2019

10.000 Besucher feierten Kent Nagano und die Philharmoniker beim zweiten „Rathausmarkt Open Air“. Es soll Hamburger Tradition werden.

Den Tenor Oleksiy Palchykov, der mit hellem, vielleicht für diese Musik eine Spur zu klarem Timbre „I Got Rhythm“ schmettert.

Eugene Onegin review at Festival Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘Barrie Kosky gets to the heart of the characters’

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THE STAGE

August 16, 2019

A gorgeous aria from Oleksiy Palchykov as Lensky – who looks so innocent, happy just to be in love with Olga until Onegin comes along and ruins it all – is a bonus in a production which, while visually stunning, never lets looks get in the way of pure, raw feeling.

Barie Koski's" Eugene Onegin" in Edinburg International Festival

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Von David Smythe, 16 August 2019

Oleksiy Palchykov was a fine Lensky, bright voiced, fervent and volcanically jealous, taking a nasty swing at Olga but redeeming himself somewhat when his beautiful aria was devastatingly sung.

"Eugene Onegin"

Ruzan Mantashyan / Oleksiy Palchykov

KLASSIK BEGEISTERT

June 7, 2019

Oleksiy Palchykov has a very pleasant
tenor voice,which never seems forced and frames this somewhat introverted character of Lenski very well.One of the tricks of this stuff is that Lenski and Tatjana actually fit together much better than Lenski and Olga or Onegin and Tatjana.

"Eugene Onegin"

Staging: Adolf Dresen

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DAS OPERNMAGAZIN

June 5, 2019

Lenski's ( Oleksiy Palchykov) clear tenor carries over the (stage) field in the fog, his secret conjecture not to experience the day, Olga's infidelity and also the betrayal of his former best friend let him resign himself and surrender to his fate. A great voice falls silent too soon ...

"LA BELLE HÉLÈNE“
Staging: Renaud Doucet and André Barbe

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KLASSIK BEGEISTERT

Mai 17, 2019

Oleksiy Palchykov played the role of Páris in top tenoral quality. Warmly timbre - made for the French opera compartment as - he sang the often very demanding arios sections of his lot error-free, expressive and full of beauty. He was incredibly diverse and funny acting. After all, he also had to change his outfit several times.

"LA BELLE HÉLÈNE"
Staging: Renaud Doucet and André Barbe

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MERKER "Die internationale Kulturplatform"
January 7, 2018

HAMBURG / State Opera: LA BELLE HÉLÈNE, Jennifer Larmore and Oleksiy Palchykov thrill as Hélène and Paris
"The prima donna in terms of playfulness nothing to the Paris by Oleksiy Palchykov, as a testosterone- controlled dude shows his puny muscles in schlabberigen boxer shorts"

Garsington Opera - Eugene Onegin Reviews

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By Mark Pullinger, 04 June 2016

Ukrainian tenor Oleksiy Palchykov was a terrific Lensky, impassioned and ardent, without the reedy tone some tenors exhibit in this repertoire. His great aria “Kuda, kuda vï udalilis” was beautifully contained, with no playing to the gallery and he coped with his spectral duties admirably.