A scene from the performance. As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra.   Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
A scene from the performance. As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra, Ekaterina Ferzba as Cleopatra. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra,
Ekaterina Ferzba as Cleopatra.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra.   Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Cornelia in Giulio Cesare and Cleopatra.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
A scene from the performance. As Zaida in Il turco in Italia. Azamat Tsaliti as Prosdocimo, Vitaly Rodin as Albazar. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
A scene from the performance. As Zaida in Il turco in Italia.
Azamat Tsaliti as Prosdocimo, Vitaly Rodin as Albazar.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Zaida in Il turco in Italia, Kirill Filin as Selim. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Zaida in Il turco in Italia, Kirill Filin as Selim.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Zaida in Il turco in Italia. Vitaly Rodin as Albazar. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Zaida in Il turco in Italia. Vitaly Rodin as Albazar.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
In the title part of Orfeo. Ekaterina Ferzba as Amore.  Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
In the title part of Orfeo. Ekaterina Ferzba as Amore.
Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
In the title part of Orfeo.   Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
In the title part of Orfeo.
Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
In the title part of Orfeo. Olga Burmistrova as Euridice.  Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
In the title part of Orfeo.
Olga Burmistrova as Euridice.
Photo by Igor Zakharkin.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito, Pyotr Melentyev as Tito Vespasiano. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito, Pyotr Melentyev as Tito Vespasiano.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito. Azamat Tsaliti as Publio, Anna Bauman as Vitellia. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito.
Azamat Tsaliti as Publio, Anna Bauman as Vitellia.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito. Anna Bauman as Vitellia. Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.
As Sesto in La clemenza di Tito.
Anna Bauman as Vitellia.
Photo by Vladimir Mayorov.

Nearest performances

The Idiot 17 November
Ariadne auf Naxos 11 December
La clemenza di Tito 13 December
Il turco in Italia 21 December
La Périchole 7 February

Awards

2007 — Prize-winner of Young Russia Festival (Moscow).
2010 — Prize-winner of the International Festival Competition Musica Classica (Gran Prix, Ruza).
2011 — recipient of special prize for the best performance of Verdi’s aria at Terzo Concorso Lirico internazionale Alfredo Giacomotti (Pavia, Italy); Prize-winner of the VI Open Competition for performers of Russian Romance Romansiada without borders (2nd prize, Moscow) & Prize-winner of the IV Georgy Sviridov International Competition (2nd prize, Kursk).
2013 — Prize-winner of the I International Competition The Composer of the 21st Century (1st prize in the category Academic Singing, Moscow).

						

Biography

She graduated the Maymonid State Classical Academy in 2008.
Since 2005 she has been soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic Society.
Since 2007 she has been soloist of the Pokrovsky Chamber Music Theatre, where she has performed Zaida in Rossini’s Il turco in Italia, Margarita in Wolf-Ferrari’s I quatro rusteghi, Orpheo in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, Cornelia in Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto, Ottavia in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, Sesto in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito, the Third Lady in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, Dorabella in Mozart’s Così fan tutte, Cherubino in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, the Composer in Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos, Baba the Turk in Stravinsky’s Rake’s Progress, the Mother in Stravinsky’s Mavra, Klavdia in Tchaikovsky’s Violist Danilov, Serafima in Sidelnikov’s The Run, Dorina in Stravinsky’s and Pergolesi’s Contract for Pulcinella with the Orchestra, or the Strangers Are Allowed, alto soloist in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater.

In 2017 she joined The Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre.
Repertoire at the Novaya Opera:
Feodor (Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov)
Hänsel (Humperdinck’s The Gingerbread House, or Hänsel und Gretel)
Marthe Schwertlein (Gounod’s Faust)

In June 2018 she made her debut at the Bolshoi Theatre (Historic Stage) as Mersdes in Camen.

Since 2018, she has been a soloist of the Chamber Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre.

All in group

  • Olga Berezanskaya
  • Irina Berezina
  • Ekaterina Bolshakova
  • Olga Deineka-Boston
  • Amal Osakauskene
  • Maria Patrusheva
  • Victoria Preobrazhenskaya
  • Ulyana Razumnaya
  • Zlata Rubinova
  • Anna Semenyuk
General sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Ingosstrakh Insurance Company
General partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is investment group Absolute
Privileged sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Credit Suisse bank
Privileged partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is GUM