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Alexey Kudrya (Alexei Kudrya) was born on 1982, is a Flute player, tenor singer, conductor. At 38 years old, Alexey Kudrya height not available right now. We will update Alexey Kudrya's height soon as possible.

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CommandOpera says that "Alexey Kudrya is the most exciting Russian Tenor on the planet today: his vocal instrument positively ‘weeps’ in the most Italianate fashion."


In March–April 2009, he played Ferrando in Così fan tutte at Vlaamse Opera in Belgium; and a Dramma Giocoso in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) based on a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte.


In the 2010/11 season, he debuted at the Vienna State opera, singing Almaviva in Il barbiere di Siviglia in December/January. This role also mark his debut at the MET in September/October 2011.


In 2009, he won first prize in Plácido Domingo’s world famous Operalia Competition held in Hungary, and as well as the Special Prize offered by the Hungarian State Opera. In the same competition, the first prize award for soprano was Julia Novikova, also from Russia.


In 2007, he won the Iris Adami Corradetti International Competition of Opera Singing.


In 2006, he also sang under the baton of Teodor Currentzis in concert performances in Moscow and Novosibirsk to mark the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth.

In 2006, he debuted in Europe singing Lensky's aria from Eugene Onegin at the International Opera Singers Competition of Galina Vishnevskaya (2nd prize). He was described as the audience favorite, whose tenor is in the lyrical mold of past Russians such as Ivan Kozlovsky and Sergei Lemeshev, fluent and expressive, but with a welcome element of "vitality". Aside from singing, he also accompanied his stylish vocal performance of "Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton" from Die Zauberflöte on the flute.


In October 2005, Kudrya became a laureate of the prestigious international competition Neue Stimmen (2nd prize). In the final concert of the competition on 22 October 2005, he sang the arias "Kuda, kuda" from Eugene Onegin by Peter Tschaikowsky and "Lunge da lei" from La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi.

In 2005-2006, he continued to improve his vocal skills in Galina Vishnevskaya's Opera Centre.


He began his musical career playing flute. As a flute player he was laureate of several internationals contests. His voice career began with the international competition Romance 2003 in Moscow, where he won the first prize and the special award Potential of the Nation. He still plays flute on stage, for example, when he performs Prince Tamino in The Magic Flute opera by Mozart.


Alexey Kudrya (born 1982) is a Russian operatic lyric tenor. According to Neue Stimmen, Kudrya grew up in a very musical family: his father, Vladimir Leonidovich Kudrya, is a professor for music and his mother teaches the flute. Kudrya was taught by his father at the Russian Academy of Music in Moscow and graduated in 2004 as flautist and conductor.