G. Ariunbaatar was born in 1988 in Bayan-Onjuul district of Central province. The middle of a family with three children. He has one brother and one sister. The fact that he grew up chasing lambs and calves in the countryside naturally attracts the attention of foreigners.
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G. Ariunbaatar graduated from Human Complex School in Zuunmod city in 2005 and came to Ulaanbaatar as a student, but he had to leave the university after two years because he could not pay the tuition fees.
He even became a taxi driver and spent his days. But one night he met a client who would change his life forever, a police chief.
To summarize the long story after that, G. Ariunbaatar joined the police “Suld” ensemble, returned to the University of Culture and Arts, and graduated as an opera singer. Since then, he has had the opportunity to step onto the stage of Russian and European opera houses.
Currently, he works as a soloist at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Russia, and at the Academic Theater of Buriad Opera and Dance. On his website, he said, “When I was selling watermelons at the end of the 7th station, a police chief took a Porter watermelon from me and said, ‘Honorable, you need to continue to grow and develop. Give this business to someone else and go and train.’
and gave it to the children of the camp for free, and I got goosebumps. It’s a good memory when I think about it.” In 2017, in the “BBC Cardiff Singer of the World” world opera singers’ competition, G. Ariunbaatar, the “Chinggis Khan” Order, Honored actor and singer, sang the song “Mongol Tal” by former Labor Hero B. Sharav, and was recognized worldwide.
At that time, he performed the song brought to life by his teacher on the world stage, received high praise from the judges, and was selected as one of the top five singers. In 2018, “talented Mongolians worked as judges of the show and met with the audience on television. May the future works of G. Ariunbaatar be published in the world.