Artyom Wasnetsov was born in Samara, Russia, in 1992. He received his vocal training at the Shatalov College of Music in Samara and later at the Hanns Eisler School of Music in Berlin. After gaining initial stage experience at the State Opera House in Samara, he made his debut in Rostock in 2018 as the Hermit in ‹Der Freischütz›. In the summer of 2019, he also sang the role at Landesbühnen Sachsen. Artyom also appears regularly at concerts of the Berlin Residence Orchestra at Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin. In the 2019/20 season, he sang in a concert production of Strauss' ‹Die Frau ohne Schatten› with Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin conducted by Vladimir Jurowski at Berlin Philharmonie and at the Enescu Festival in Bucharest. Furthermore, he made his debut as Sparafucile in Verdi's ‹Rigoletto› at Mecklenburgische Staatstheater in Schwerin and as Gremin in Tchaikovsky's ‹Eugen Onegin› at Volkstheater Rostock. In 2020, Artyom joined the Young Artist Programme of the Vienna State Opera, where he performed roles such as Titurel (‹Parsifal›), Bonze (‹Madama Butterfly›) and Fasolt (‹Das Rheingold›). The 2022/23 season began with his role debut as Colas in ‹Bastien und Bastienne› at Esterházy Palace in Eisenstadt, with an engagement for the St. Margarethen Festival and his role as Samuel in ‹Un ballo in maschera› in Klagenfurt. At Theater Basel, Artyom can be seen as Monterone in ‹Rigoletto› and as Un torturato in ‹Intolleranza›.