Born December 7, 1960 in Leningrad. One of the most experienced artists of the Triumph Production Center, a charming, charismatic and talented person, an actor of musical theater and cinema, a singer, a teacher of vocal bel canto, a conductor and a poet.
Petr is sure that his fate was predetermined from birth: “My father was an artist of the Alexandindrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, and my mother was a theater artist with a stunning voice, contralto!”
Peter graduated from the Choral School at M.I. Glinka Capella and the N. Cherkasov Leningrad Theater Academy in the class of Professor I. Grinshpun.
Peter was the lead soloist of the Petersburg Theater of Musical Comedy until 2016. At the same time he was the soloist of Kornev Chamber Choir. She toured the USA and Europe from Norway to Italy. He performed the leading roles in the St. Petersburg Opera, the Mariinsky Theater, the Mikhailovsky Theater, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and many others. He took part in cultural and concert programs like “Days of Culture of St. Petersburg” in Cyprus and in Stuttgart, the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg.
Peter played thirty tenor parties and roles in musical performances (operas, operettas and musicals).
In August 2016 he received an offer to participate in a famous musical and moved to Moscow. During these years he managed to play over 250 performances, star in the historical reconstruction of the Foundation of St. Andrew the First-Called Russia 1917 - Images of the Future, in episodes of four popular TV series, in the full-length historical film and become an expert in the TV show The Winner on Channel One. He worked in many well-known theater and television projects, participated in national and international music programs, festivals and creative laboratories...
Peter admits that the musicals of the Triumph Production Center are a special and bright milestone of his rich biography: “I really love to play in musical performances that give something good and eternal to the audience and especially to the youngest ones! ”