Vladimir Dmitruk became a member of the Young Ensemble at Vienna’s Theater an der Wien in the 2014/15 season, where he sang Lensky in Eugene Onegin, Goffredo in Handel’s Rinaldo, Il Marchese Riccardo in Gassman’s Gli Uccelatori, Gonzalve in L’Heure espagnole, Lacouf in Poulenc’s Les Mamelles de Tiresias, and Osburgo in Bellini’s La Straniera. In the 2013/14 season, Dmitruk joined the Domingo-Colburn-Stein Young Artist Program at the Los Angeles Opera, where he sang the First Armored Man in Die Zauberflöte, Maintop in Britten’s Billy Budd, and Arturo in Lucia di Lammermoor, all conducted by James Conlon.
In May of 2014, Dmitruk appeared in concert in Kazan with Plácido Domingo. At the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, he sang the Younger Son in Britten’s Prodigal Son and the tenor solo in Mozart’s Requiem. He has also sung Verdi’s Requiem in Montreal, Canada. In 2009, Dmitruk sang Alfredo/Gastone in La Traviata with the Vaasa Opera in Finland. That same year, he sang Don Basilio/Don Kurzio in Le nozze di Figaro and Alfredo/Gastone in the Major Hall of the St. Petersburg Conservatory. In 2008, Dmitruk sang Don Basilio/Don Kurzio in Pskov, under Gennady Chernovm and interpreted the role of Alfredo at the Molodechno Youth Music Theatre. In 2006, the tenor sang Vodemon in Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta.
In 2004, Dmitruk entered the class of opera singing at the M.K. Oginskiy Molodechno Musical College, under the direction of Vasilevich Margarita Petrovna. After graduating, he entered the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory in the class of Karpov Dmitry Vladimirovich. Dmitruk came in first place at the Oksana Petrusenko International Vocal Competition in Kherson, Ukraine in 2008, came in first place at the Irina Bogacheva International Competition of Opera Singers in St. Petersburg in 2011, won the Grand Prix at the International Competition of Russian Romance Romansiada in 2012, and won the CulturArte award at Plácido Domingo’s Operalia Competition in 2013.
Dmitruk’s repertoire also includes the roles of Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, the Duke in Rigoletto, Des Grieux in Manon Lescaut and an Italian Singer in Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier.