In 2008, Mr. Lavrov completed postgraduate studies at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (solo singing, Professor Vladimir Vaneev).
From 2007-2009, Mr. Lavrov was a soloist of St. Petersburg Opera (Russia). In 2008, he was awarded 2nd prize at international vocal competition named after Shtokolov (St. Petersburg)
In 2009, Mr. Lavrov won the first prize in the Irina Bogacheva International voice competition in St. Petersburg, Russia.Mr. Lavrov is also the winner of the Emmerich Smola Förderpreis 2011 and second prize in Paris Opera Awards 2013
Mr. Lavrov joined the young artist scholarship program at Oper am Rhein 2010-2011 and moved to a full FEST contract 2011-2014. This season at Oper am Rhein Mr. Lavrov sang Figaro “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”, Silvio “I Pagliacci”, Escamillo “Carmen”, and Il Conte “Le Nozze di Figaro.”
Mr. Lavrov has performed concerts consisting of opera and operetta arias, romances and songs in many important music halls in Russia, such us the Big and Small Halls of St. Petersburg and Moscow Philharmonic, Big Hall of Saint-Petersburg Academic Capella, Tonhalle Düsseldorf, etc.
In 2012 he sang baritone’s part in Prokofiev´s cantata “Ivan the Terrible” in “Kursaal” San-Sebastian (Spain) with St.Petersburg philharmonic orchestra, conductor Yuri Temirkanov.
In October 2013 He performed baritone’s part in the Rachmaninov’s cantata “The Bells" in Tonhalle Düsseldorf, conductor Ari Rasilainen.
Recently, Mr. Lavrov made his Mariinsky Theatre debut as Onegin “Eugene Onegin” and Vedenetsky Gast in “Sadko" and Prince Afron “Golden Cockerel” with Bergen National Opera.