Elena Pankratova

Information Professional Calendar Biography & roles

General Information

  • Last name :Pankratova
  • First name :Elena
  • Nationality :Russian federation
  • Tessitura :Soprano
  • Official website URL :http://www.ac-artists.com/artisti/Pankratova/Pankratova.pdf
  • Contact :Hilbert Artists Management (Germinal Hilbert, Rudolf Meindl)
    Maximilianstrasse 22 | D-80539 München | Germany
    Courriel: [email protected] | Tél: +49 89 290 747-0 | Fax: +49 89 290 747-90

Agenda Professionnel


the 27 of February, 2020

the 01 of March, 2020

the 05 of March, 2020

the 09 of March, 2020



the 01 of February, 2020



the 05 of December, 2019

the 09 of December, 2019

the 13 of December, 2019

the 16 of December, 2019

the 18 of December, 2019

the 21 of December, 2019

the 30 of July, 2019

the 02 of August, 2019

the 05 of August, 2019

the 15 of August, 2019



the 19 of August, 2019

the 22 of August, 2019

the 26 of August, 2019



the 26 of July, 2019

the 29 of July, 2019

the 03 of August, 2019

the 07 of August, 2019

the 11 of August, 2019

the 14 of August, 2019

the 18 of August, 2019



the 05 of May, 2019

the 09 of May, 2019

the 12 of May, 2019



the 24 of October, 2018

the 27 of October, 2018

the 30 of October, 2018

the 03 of November, 2018

the 16 of September, 2018

the 23 of September, 2018

the 29 of September, 2018

the 05 of October, 2018

the 14 of October, 2018

the 19 of April, 2018

the 22 of April, 2018

the 26 of April, 2018

the 29 of April, 2018

the 04 of May, 2018



the 31 of December, 2017

the 03 of January, 2018

the 06 of January, 2018


Die Fledermaus

the 05 of December, 2017

the 08 of December, 2017

the 11 of December, 2017



the 27 of July, 2017

the 05 of August, 2017

the 14 of August, 2017

the 21 of August, 2017

the 25 of August, 2017



the 21 of May, 2017

the 25 of May, 2017

the 28 of May, 2017

the 04 of June, 2017

the 08 of June, 2017

the 09 of June, 2017



the 17 of March, 2017



the 20 of March, 2017

the 23 of March, 2017

the 26 of March, 2017

the 30 of March, 2017

the 01 of April, 2017



the 02 of February, 2017

the 05 of February, 2017



the 25 of July, 2016

the 02 of August, 2016

the 06 of August, 2016

the 15 of August, 2016

the 24 of August, 2016

the 28 of August, 2016



the 26 of March, 2016

the 30 of March, 2016



the 02 of April, 2016



the 09 of October, 2015

the 16 of October, 2015

the 18 of October, 2015

the 21 of October, 2015



the 10 of June, 2015

the 12 of June, 2015

the 16 of June, 2015

the 18 of June, 2015

the 21 of June, 2015

the 23 of June, 2015

the 25 of June, 2015



the 29 of June, 2014

the 03 of July, 2014

the 20 of December, 2014

Die Färberin/La T...

Die Frau ohne Schatten

the 23 of December, 2014

the 27 of December, 2014

Die Färberin/La T...

Die Frau ohne Schatten

the 14 of March, 2014

the 17 of March, 2014

the 20 of March, 2014

the 23 of March, 2014

the 26 of March, 2014

the 29 of March, 2014

the 14 of April, 2014

Die Färberin/La T...

Die Frau ohne Schatten

the 11 of March, 2012

the 14 of March, 2012

the 17 of March, 2012

the 20 of March, 2012

the 24 of March, 2012

the 27 of March, 2012

Die Färberin/La T...

Die Frau ohne Schatten


A combination of musical sensitivity, superlative technique and spectacular stage presence mark Elena Pankratova out from among a new generation of dramatic sopranos. The outstandiung success of her first Dyer's Wife in Strauss’s Die Frau ohne Schatten at the Florence May Festival in 2010 under the direction of Maestro Zubin Mehta proved an important breakthrough for her career that also succeeded in invitations from such renowned theatres as La Scala (2012), Teatro Colon Buenos Aires (2013), the Bavarian State Opera of Munich (2013/14) and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (2014).

Born in Yekaterinburg, one of the largest industrial and cultural centres of Russia, Elena Pankratova initially studied conducting and piano in her native city before graduating (with honours) as a singer and actor from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. She was winner of several international singing competitions in Italy
and Spain and worked for years with the great soprano Renata Scotto, polishing her roles in the Italianrepertoire.

Pankratova’s initial operatic engagement took place at the Staatstheater in Nuremberg, where she soon garnered kudos in such varied roles as Amelia in Verdi’s Ballo in Maschera, the title role in Tosca, Lady Billows in Albert Herring, and Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro. In Basel, she sung Alice in Falstaff (the same role she made her debut at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires in 2010), Elisabeth in Tannhäuser, Verdi’s Requiem and the title role of Bellini’s Norma.

Highlights in Miss Pankratova’s career include Odabella in Verdi’s Attila at La Scala, Sieglinde in Florence, Leonora in Il Trovatore in Stuttgart, Dortmund and Moscow, Turandot in Bonn, Bologna and Florence, Elektra in Bari, Gutrune and 3rd Norn in Götterdämmerung at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Saffi in J. Strauß’s Zigeunerbaron at the Operetta Festival at Mörbisch (Austria), Leonora in La Forza del Destino at the Nationaltheater Mannheim and at Theater Bremen, Norma in Düsseldorf, Rosalinde at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Senta in Der fliegende Holländer in Frankfurt, Cologne and at the Savonlinna Opera Festival (Finland), Santuzza in Cavalleria rusticana in Livorno, Pisa, Lucca and Modena, Ariadne in Bonn und in Munich, Tosca at The Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, the Ludwigsburg Festival, in Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Oslo and Abigaille in Nabucco in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Den Haag, Bavarian State Opera and Mexico City.

The singer also received an enthusiastic reception from both critics and audiences alike for her interpretations in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at the Kioi Hall in Tokyo, Shostakovich’s 14th Symphony at Munich’s Prinzregententheater, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Una Poenitentium in Mahler’s 8th Symphony at MITO Festival in Turin and Magna Peccatrix at Beijing Music Festival 2011, as well as Rossini’s Stabat Mater in Marseille in 2012.
The soprano has collaborated with such conductors as Zubin Mehta, Kent Nagano, Kirill Petrenko, Ralf Weikert, Semyon Bychkov, Stefan Soltesz, Charles Dutoit, Rudolf Bibl, Massimo Zanetti, Marc Albrecht, Paolo Carignani, Gianandrea Noseda, Julia Jones, Marc Soustrot, Giuliano Carella, John Fiore, Marco Guidarini, Jonathan Nott and Axel Kober, as well as with stage directors Tim Albery, Stefan Herheim, Claus Guth, Chen Kaige, Sergio Vela, Nigel Lowery, Paul Curran, Anthony Pilavachi, Carlus Padrissa, Roberto De Simone,Tilmann Knabe, Andreas Homoki, Roberto Oswald and Krzysztof Warlikowski.
Recently Elena Pankratova appeared in Geneve’s new production Fidelio / Leonore, as Elektra in Dresden, as Turandot in Naples and Munich, as Tosca in Savonlinna and she sung Färberin in Copenhagen. She successfully debuted at the Bayreuth Wagner Festival – as Kundry/Parsifal.
Future engagements include her return to the Bayreuth Festival as Kundry/Parsifal, Turandot in Vienna, Tannhäuser/Venus, Fledermaus/Rosalinde and again Färberin in Munich, Elektra in Lyon, performances Tannhäuser/Venus with the Bavarian State Opera in Japan, Färberin in Paris, Turandot at the MET.



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