Born in Ekaterinburg, Dmitry Ulyanov has been a soloist of the Stanislavsky Theatre since 2000. In the same year he won the Grand Prix of the International Competition of the UNESCO Festival in Kazakhstan. He performs not only the great bass roles of the Russian repertoire - including Gremin (Eugene Onegin), Pimene and Boris Godunov, Konchak and Galitsky (Prince Igor), King Dodon (The Golden Cockerel) - but also the Verdian repertoire, but also in the Verdian and Wagnerian repertoire - Philippe II (Don Carlos), Ferrando (Il trovatore), Padre Guardiano (La forza del destino), Hunding (Die Walküre), Hermann (Tannhäuser), etc. He has been invited to perform on all the stages of Europe, from the Iberian Peninsula to Russia.
In 2015, Dmitry Ulyanov was named "Best Male Singer of the Year" for the role of Ivan Khovanski (Khovanchtchina) at the Russian Opera Award "Casta Diva". Last season he made his debut on the stage of the Grand Theatre in War and Peace.