Soprano

Nadezhda Boyko

In the choir since 2019

Nadezhda Boiko (soprano) was born in Moscow. She studied at the Academic music college at the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory and later graduated from the choir conducting department of the Conservatory. She has worked as a chorus master, concertmaster and choir singer with various choirs (including her work as a chorus master and choir singer at the “Russian Opera” theatre in 2009–2011). She is also the founder of the “Force MAJEURE” student choir band at the Higher School of Economics.

In 2012–2014, Nadezhda Boiko earned her master’s degree at Hochschule für Musik (Dresden) where she studied conducting (under Hans-Christoph Rademann) and singing (under Semperoper soloist Christiane Hossfeld).

At the same time, she attended madrigal singing master classes in Urbino, Austria Baroque Academy courses in Gmunden, and a medieval music master class in Besalu. She also took lessons from baroque singer Deborah York.

Upon returning from Germany, Nadezhda Boiko began her singing career and collaborated with such ensembles as La Villa Barocca, Musica Dulci Sono, Sine Nomine, Capella 415, Eidos, Questa Musica, and Intrada.

A mother of two 3-year-olds, Nadezhda Boiko has been a member of the musicAeterna choir since autumn 2019.

musicAeterna choir events

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003)
“Nonsense”, for mixed choir on poems by Edward Lear (1952)

Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006)
“Nonsense Madrigals” for male voices (1993)

Alexey Syumak
“1948” (world premiere!)

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Dmitry Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

Goffredo Petrassi (1904-2003)
“Nonsense”, for mixed choir on poems by Edward Lear (1952)

Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006)
“Nonsense Madrigals” for male voices (1993)

Alexey Syumak
“1948” (world premiere!)

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Georgy Sviridov (1915-1998)
Choir Concert “Pushkin Wreath”

Frank Martin (1890-1974)
Mass for Double Choir (1926)

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An event of residency

Philippe Hersant
Choral Opera Tristia (2016)

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An event of residency

Dmitri Shostakovich
Ten Poems on Texts of Revolutionary Poets (1951, Op. 88)

Dmitri Smirnov
Prayers from St. John Chrysostom’s Liturgy for mixed choir