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Selected Discography

И.Ф. Стравинский, «Свадебка»

Józef Kozłowski, Requiem

Singapore Symphony Orchestra
Singapore Symphony Chorus & Youth Choir
Conductor: Hans Graf
Olga Peretyatko (soprano), Olesya Petrova (mezzo-soprano), Boris Stepanov (tenor), Christoph Seidl (bass)

Pentatone, The Netherlands, 2024 (recorded in 2023)

About the Asian premiere of the long-forgotten masterpiece

An article on the Kozłowski Requiem and the background to this performance on Bachtrack

Igor Stravinsky, Les Noces

Igor Stravinsky, Les Noces

Prague Philharmonic Choir
Chorus master: Lukáš Vasilek
Piano: Kiril Gerstein, Zoltán Fejérvári, Katia Skanavi, Alexandra Stychkina
Amadinda Percussion Group

Supraphon, Czech Republic, 2023 (recorded in 2021)

At the invitation of the Prague Philharmonic Choir, Boris Stepanov took part in the recording of Igor Stravinsky's Les Noces, as well as in the performance of this work at the Janacek Festival in Brno. Boris Stepanov's collaboration with the Prague Philharmonic Choir began in 2018, when Leos Janacek's Glagolitic Mass was performed in St. Petersburg.

Mussorgsky, Boris Godunov

Modest Mussorgsky, Boris Godunov

Gothenburg Symphonic Orchestra
Conductor: Kent Nagano
Boris Stepanov performed the parts of Simpleton, Missail, and Boyar.

BIS Records, Sweden, 2019 (recorded in 2017, at the same time the opera was perfomed in concert in Gothenburg and in Stockholm)

His Missail is already remarkable, but the Yurodivi that we hear two scenes later from him is a vocal gem

Boris Stepanov was remarkable as The Simpleton, in what is perhaps the most interesting scene of the opera  

Fernando Lopes-Graça, Requiem

Fernando Lopes-Graça, Requiem Op. 210 Pelas Vítimas Do Fascismo Em Portugal

St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
Smolny Cathedral Chamber Choir
Conductor: Mário Mateus

Numérica, Portugal, 2012 (recorded in 2007)

Boris Stepanov (then a student of the St. Petersburg Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory) performed the tenor part in Requiem for the Victims of Fascism in Portugal (1979) by the outstanding Portuguese composer and humanist Fernando Lopes-Graça (1906-1994).

Johann Sebastian Bach, Matthäus-Passion

Johann Sebastian Bach, Matthäus-Passion

The State Hermitage Orchestra
Smolny Cathedral Chamber Choir
Conductor: Vladimir Begletsov
Boris Stepanov performed the parts of Evangelist.

Bomba-Piter, Russia, 2010 (recorded on 18 April 2009)

Boris Stepanov first appeared as the Bach's Evangelist on March 21, 2008, when the Minsk Chamber Soloists ensemble conducted by Dmitry Zubov performed Matthäus-Passion at the Belarusian State Philharmonic (the singer also performed tenor arias at that time, a recording of Geduld has been preserved). Later on, the Evangelist's part and solo arias from Bach's Matthäus-Passion, Johannes-Passion, and Weihnachtsoratorium became an important part of the singer's repertoire. He performed them with Vladimir Begletsov, Teodor CurrentzisLeo Kremer, Andrei Petrenko, Alexander Rudin, Anatoly Rybalko, Sergey Stadler, Arkady Steinlucht, Dmitry Yurovsky. In 2010, Boris took part in the first authentic performances of Johannes-Passion in St. Petersburg.

Ach, mein Sinn from Johannes-Passion (2018)