Firus Mammadov

Firus Mammadov was born on May 12, 1953 in Debeltsevo, Ukraine. In 1986 he graduated from the "Solo-Singing” faculty of the Azerbaijan State Conservatory. He was hired as a soloist-vocalist to the Azerbaijan State Musical Comedy in 1992. He performed as "Bahram”  at "Once upon a time in Baghdad” by E.Sabitoghlu, "Edfin” at "The Gypsy Princess” by E.Kalman, "Tasilla” at "Maritsa” by E.Kalman, "Graf Danilo” ” at "The Merry Widow” by Franz Lehar, "Pali Rach” at "The Gypsy Band Leader” by E.Kalman, "Christian” at "Mad Gasskonet” by Gara Garayev, "Suleyman” at "Arshin Mal Alan” by U.Hajibayov, ”Georg” at "Playing a Happy Family Game or French Garner” by Mark Kamoletti, "Argand” at "The Impostures of Scapin” by J.B.Molyer. He is also a soloist at the Opera and Ballet Theater since 1998. His works at the Opera Ballet Theater: "Baron” at "The Fallen Woman”, "Baron Yeprano” at "Rigoletto”, "Benua” at "Bohemia”, "Marales” at "Carmen”.