Valerian Ruminski

Valerian Ruminski

Valerian Ruminski

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Valerian Ruminski (born 1967, Buffalo, New York) is an American bass singer.

He attended SUNY Buffalo and the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He apprenticed with the Santa Fe and Chautauqua Operas and has performed with the NYC Opera, Metropolitan Opera, Kansas City Lyric Opera, Dallas Opera, Opéra de Montréal, New Israeli Opera (Tel Aviv), Opera Pacific, Michigan Opera Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Syracuse Opera, Opera de Monte Carlo, Festival Lyrique de Belle Ile en Mer and the El Paso Opera. His roles have included Ferrando/Il Trovatore, Sparafucile/Rigoletto, Sarastro/The Magic Flute, Betto/Gianni Schicchi, Inspector Budd/Albert Herring, Lt. Ratcliffe/Billy Budd, Figaro/Le nozze di Figaro, Fenicio/Ermione and Frank/Die Fledermaus

Mr. Ruminski is a recipient of a Richard Tucker Career Grant, a Lincoln Center Martin Segal Award, a William Mattheus Sullivan Foundation Grant, a 2004 Gerda Lissner Foundation Grant, a Liederkranz Prize, 1st Prize in the MacAllister Singing Competition, 1st Prize in the NJ Verismo Competition, 1st Prize in the Marcella Sembrich Competition in NYC, 1st Prize in the DiPanni Bel Canto Comoetition in Rhode Island, 1st Prize in the NYSTA Coloratura Competition in NYC, 2nd Prize in the Altamura/Caruso Competition in Imola, Italy and 2nd Prize in the Loren Zachary Competition in LA. He has also been recognized as the Outstanding Polish Citizen of Music by the Am-Pol Eagle newspaper in Buffalo, New York.

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