Anton Belov - Associate Professor of Music
Education: Education: D.M.A., Boston University; M.M., A.D., The Juilliard School; B.M., New England Conservatory
Teacher of Applied Voice, Class Voice, Lyric Diction, Voice Pedagogy, Art Song, Music Appreciation, Opera Workshop. Co-director of the voice program at the Atlantic Music Festival (Maine).
leading baritone roles with Boston Lyric Opera, Connecticut Grand Opera, Opera Boston, Opera New Jersey, the Commonwealth Opera, Opera Orchestra of New York, Anchorage Opera, Delaware Opera, Chamber Opera of Chicago, Opera North, Providence Opera.
Soloist with Boston Baroque, Colorado Symphony, Hartford Symphony, California Symphony, The New England Philharmonic, Las Vegas Symphony, Reno Philharmonic, Bozeman Symphony, Helena Symphony, Worcester Festival Chorus, Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Ratcliffe Chorus (Harvard University), New Bedford Symphony. Solo recitals throughout the country including Carnegie Recital Hall (New York City), and the Kennedy Center (Washington, DC).
Competitions and Awards:
first place winner the George London Competition, Licia Albanese Puccini Foundation, the Sullivan Foundation, New Jersey State Opera Competition, Young Concert Artists International Competition, the Marian Anderson Award, the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions (Eastern Regional Winner).
Libretti of Russian Operas, Anthology of Russian Opera-Leyerle Publications (2004-2006)