Dmitry has sung with Vladivostok Opera, Krasnoyarsk Opera Theater, Khabarovsk Opera Theater and Chelyabinsk Opera, performing such roles as Lensky in Eugene Onegin, Kachraryov in The Marriage, Peppe in I Pagliacci, Popovich in Sorochinskaya Fair and Il Remendado in Carmen.
His repertoir also includes secondary roles such as Borsa in Rigoletto, Gastone in La Traviata, Almerik in Iolanta, Monsieur Triquet in Eugene Onegin and Bomely in The Tzar’s Bride.
In 2010 Dmitry participated as a soloist in a television classical / cross-over music project on the Rossiya 1 National Television network in the Russian Federation.
In 2010 Mr. Iogman joined Opera Tampa’s New Artists, a Resident Artist program headed by Sherrill Milnes and Maria Zouves while under the baton of Maestro Anton Copola, where he has taken part in numerous concerts and performed in “The Night of Stars” under the baton of Maestro Placido Domingo. In addition to appearing in Opera Tampa’s productions during his residency Mr. Iogman had coachings and master-classes with Sherrill Milnes, Anton Copola, Diana Soviero, Fabrizzio Milano, David Friedman and Joan Dornemann.
In 2011 Mr. Iogman made his Moscow debut as Mozart in Mozart and Salieri and Lensky in Eugene Onegin in a tour of Russia and Ukraine. Dmitry also appeared as Gastone in La Traviatta with Opera Tampa (Florida, USA) and in June and October performed in Dmitry Shostakovich’s The Nose at the Festival d’Aix en Provence and Opera de Lyon, under the Direction of William Kentridge and Kazushi Ono. And in the summer of 2012 Dmitry sang the role of Arlecchino in I Pagliacci at the Minnesota “Northern Lights” Opera Festival.
Most recently Mr. Iogman became 2’nd place winner of the 2013 Jacob Pustina singing competition.
Mr. Iogman resides in Salzburg, Austria and keeps up an active performance schedule in North America as well as Europe in collaboration with the "Talents of the World" foundation.