Mr. Bezrukov was born in Shelekhov, Siberia, Russia. He has studied from 2009 to 2011 at the Novosibirsk State Conservatoire under prof. Nikolai Urbanovich and from 2011 to 2015 at the Moscow Popov Choral Art Academy.
Alexander Bezrukov is the main soloist of Mikhailovsky theater since 2016. He made his debut at Mikhailovsky Theatre as Colline in Puccini’s La Boheme with Robert Carsen as stage director and Mikhail Tatarnikov as conductor. On September 2017 performed as Don Basilio in Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia (stage director - Eric Vigie), on November 2018 performed as King Renee in Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta (stage director - Andriy Zholdak). Also he has performed also in the role of Sarastro (Die Zauberfloete), Prince Gremin (Eugene Onegin), King Renee (Iolanta) Don Basilio (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Water-Spirit (Rusalka), Dikoj (Katja Kabanova), Samuel (Un ballo in maschera).
In 2016 Alexander made his debut at The Opera de Monte-Carlo and performed as Grand Anglais in Prokofiev’s The Gambler (Jean-Louis Grinda - stage director, Mikhail Tatarnikov - conductor).
In 2015 Alexander took part in Young Singers Academy of The Opera de Monte-Carlo and performed part of roles of Rodolfo of Bellini’s La Sonnambula and Mephystofeles of Gounoud’s Faust in the concert Gala. He also took master-classes of Laurent Campellone, Corrado Rovaris and Ruggero Raimondi.
In 2014 Alexander made his debut at Moscow Theatre «Novaya Opera» in 4th Popov festival of vocal music and performed as Old Gypsy in Rachmaninoff's Aleko, on June 2015 he performed as Sarastro in Mozart’s Die Zauberfloete.
In 2015 he was awarded the Viktor Popov Prize. He won the first prize in the Antonin Dvorak’s International Singing Competition (Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic) on November 2013 for his performance in the Opera category.