Sergey Aleschenko was born in 1972, graduated from the Music College of the Leningrad State Conservatory named after Rimsky-Korsakov in 1991 After graduating in 1998 from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory enrolled in the troupe of the St. Petersburg Opera.
The singer’s repertoire includes leading tenor parties. Sergey Aleschenko is constantly improving his vocal and acting skills, expanding his repertoire.
Repertoire of Sergey Aleschenko: Lensky (“Eugene Onegin” by P.Tchaikovsky),Vaudemont (“Iolanta” by P.Tchaikovsky), Lykov (“The Tsar’s Bride” by N. Rimsky-Korsakov), Astrologer (“The Golden Cockerel” by N. Rimsky-Korsakov), Sobinin (“A Life for the Tsar” by M. Glinka), The Pretender and Shuysky (“Boris Godunov” by M. Mussorgsky), Paolo (“Francesca da Rimini” by S. Rachmaninoff), Young Gypsy (Aleko by S.V. Rachmaninov), Antonio (“Betrothal in the Monastery” by S. Prokofiev), Duke (“Rigoletto” by G. Verdi), Alfredo (“La traviata” by G. Verdi), Paris ("La belle Helene” J. Offenbach), Paolino “Il matrimonio segreto” by D. Cimarosa), Maurizio (“Adriana Lecouvreur” by F. Chilea), Ernesto (“Don Pasquale” by G. Donizetti), Guglielmo (“Viva la mamma” by G. Donizetti), Carla (“Pietro il Grande zar di tutte le Russie” by G. Donizetti), Edgar (“Lucia di Lammermoor” by G. Donizetti), Rinuccio (“Gianni Schicchi” G. Puccini), Pinkerton (“Madame Butterfly” by G. Puccini), Cavaradossi (“Tosca” by G. Puccini), Rodolfo (“La boheme” by G. Puccini), Don Ottavio (“Don Giovanni” by W.-A. Mozart),
Faust (“Faust” by C. Gounod), Belmonto (“Abduction from the Seraglio” by W.-A. Mozart), Phoebus (Esmeralda by A. Dargomyzhsky).
In 2017, Sergei Aleschenko became the laureate of the “Golden Sofit” – the highest theatrical award of St. Petersburg in the nomination "Best Actor in an Opera Performance" for the role of Faust (“Faust” by C. Gounod). In 2019, President of Russia Vladimir Putin awarded Sergey Aleschenko a medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland. II Degree".
He regularly takes part in chamber concerts of the theatre, gives series of recitals in St. Petersburg (June, September 2004), Pushkin Mountains (2006), participated in concerts of the Russian-Japanese friendship (Hermitage Theatre, Russian Embassy in Tokyo in 2006), a series of concerts “Music from A to Z” (St. Petersburg Concert Hall “Oktyabrsky”, 2005). Sergey Aleschenko ideservedly noted by Russian and international critics and professiona performers.