In the choir since 2018
She began her musical education at the Piano Department of the Republican Gymnasium-college under the Belarusian State Academy of Music, simultaneously studying choral conducting and music theory.
In 2009, she entered the Gnessin State Musical College, Faculty of Choral Conducting (class of Elena Kuznetsova, Honoured Cultural Worker of Russia).
Concurrently, she studied opera singing under Lyudmila Magomedova (People’s Artist of Russia, soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia) and also performed in the chamber ensemble of the Moscow Conservatory Choir.
After graduation, she entered the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Department of Opera, Orchestral and Choral Conducting (class of Professor Stanislav Kalinin, Honoured Worker of Arts of Russia).
In 2012, she created the music for the production “Zhenshchina i front” at the Hungarian Cultural Centre of the Consulate General of Hungary in St. Petersburg. She also collaborated as a composer with the Meyerhold Centre in Moscow (“Pesn’ Lyubvi”, Natasha’s Dream) and the Telpa-Daugavpils festival in Latvia (Es skrienu).
In 2015-2016, she collaborated with the ensemble Capella’415, including performances of solo cantatas by Georg Philipp Telemann.
In 2016-2018, she worked at Philipp Chizhevsky’s ensemble Questa Musica, with which she performed the opera series Drillalians (Episode III: Alexey Sioumak), Igor Stravinsky’s The Wedding and Mass, Alfred Schnittke’s Choir Concerto, George Frideric Handel’s Messiah oratorio, Henry Purcell’s The Fairy-Queen, works by Arvo Pärt, John Taverner, and Johannes Brahms.
She played Octavia in Dmitri Kourliandski’s opera “Octavia. Trepanation” (directed by Boris Yukhananov) at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre and Muziekgebouw (Holland Festival, Amsterdam).
In 2018, she joined Teodor Currentzis and the musicAeterna choir. As a soloist, she has participated in several projects, including the first performance and recording of Alexey Retinsky’s Rex Tremendae and score for Medea, Bernhard Lang’s Songbook I, and Alexander Knaifel’s vocal cycle A Silly Horse.
musicAeterna choir events
Richard Wagner (1813–1883)
Opera Tristan and Isolde (1859)
Opera in concert
Tristan — Andreas Schager
Isolde — Brigitte Christensen
Brangäne — Eve-Maud Hubeaux
Mark — Matthias Goerne
musicAeterna orchestra and choir
Conductor — Teodor Currentzis