Eugenijus Chrebtovas was born in 1982 in Donetsk, Ukraine. From 2004 to 2006 he studied under professors V. Noreika and V. Viržonis at the study of the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. He received a bachelor’s degree in chamber singing from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, where he was taught by professors V. Noreika and Giedrė Kaukaitė. He has successfully participated in the Z. Paulauskas contest several times - 3rd place in 2001; laureate in 2002; 1st place in 2003.
He has performed in every concert organised by the study of the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. He debuted at the theatre in 2005, performing as Masalskis in B. Dvarionas’s opera Dalia. He has also performed as Prince Gremin and Zaretsky in P. Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin, Alminas in V. Klova’s opera Pilėnai, several roles in S. Prokofiev’s opera The Love for Three Oranges, Basilio in G. Rossini’s opera The Barber of Seville as well as performing in W. A. Mozart’s opera Zaide. He has also performed bass roles in long-form vocal-instrumental pieces: W. A. Mozart’s Kronungsmesse, J. S. Bach’s cantata Ich habe genug. In 2008 he performed as Doctor Grenvil in G. Verdi’s opera La traviata. He often works with conductors V. Viržonis, M. Pitrėnas, R. Šervenikas, P. Gylys. He is a member of the ensemble El Fuego together with J. Sakalauskas and T. Pavilionis.