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 Dmitry Bertman

Born:   October 31, 1967

Russian opera stage director, art director of the Moscow musical theater Helicon Opera, People's Artist of Russia (2005)


Dmitry Bertman was born in Moscow on October 31, 1967. In 1984, at the age of 16, he entered GITIS, the State Institute of Theatre Art, where he majored as  a musical theater director. In student years yet Dmitry Bertman began his artistic career by staging a number of musical and dramatic performances at professional theaters in Moscow, Tver, and Odessa.
In 1990 Dmitry Bertman founded the Moscow musical theater Helicon Opera, which became a state theatre in 1993 and soon came to the fore as one of the largest opera theaters in Russia. Boasting its varied repertoire, including operas of the 18th - 20th centuries from the most popular to the rarest ones, as well as operettas and musicals, the Helicon Opera tours extensively in Russia and abroad.
Dmitry Bertman gives master classes at the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory. Since 1996 he has been the art director of the musical theater direction course at the RATI (formerly GITIS). In 2003, he headed the Musical Theatre Department at the RATI.
Since 2000 Dmitry Bertman hs been the prinipl director of the action World  Stars to Children, carried out jointly with Montserrat Caballe.
He is a four-time winner of the National Theatre Award "Golden Mask" in the nomination The Best Musical Stage Director (for Carmen, The Tsar's Bride, and Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District).
In 2003, Dmitry Bertman was awarded the French National Order "Academic Palm" (officer level) for achievements in the sphere of culture and art.

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