KSENIYA BAKHRITDINOVA

BIOGRAPHY

Kseniya is a graduate of Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (2013).
She graduated from two departments: Academic Singing and Piano. As a vocalist, she studied in the class of prof. G.Dashak. She is a winner of the Presidential Academic Scholarship and Solomiya Krushelnytska Scholarship. Since 2013 – soloist of Kharkiv National Opera House, Ukraine.
Winner of the First Prize of the All-Ukrainian Vocal Competition T. Teren-Yuskov (Lviv, 2008), winner of the II prize of the International competition “Art of the XXI Century” (Vorzel, 2010), laureate of the IV prize of the A. Solovyanenko Open Competition of young vocalists (Donetsk, 2013), winner of the I International Christmas Vocal Competition (Minsk, 2014), winner of the II Prize of the IV International Vocal Competition (Minsk, Belarus, 2017). In 2016 Kseniya represented Ukraine at the opera festival of W.A. Mozart in China.

Since 2016, she has been the main soloist of the National Opera of Ukraine, Kyiv.

Kseniya has performed as Madama Butterfly at the stages of the Moldova National Opera House, Kharkiv National Opera, Lviv National Opera House, as Mimi in La Boheme in Kyiv Opera, as Tatiana in Eugene Onegin at the Haifa Symphony Hall, Israel.

She has toured with solo concerts in Konzerthaus Berlin, Philarmonia Pomorska in Poland, Odesa National Philharmonic Hall, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Odesa Opera House, Basilica of Sant`Apollinare, Ravenna, Italy.
Represented Ukraine at the Festival of the anniversary of W.A. Mozart in China and at the Algeria International Classical Music Festival in Opera d`Alger (2018).

 

REPERTOIRE

Donna Anna in “Don Giovanni”
Desdemona in “Otello”
Micaela in “Carmen”
Margarita in “Faust”
Zemfira in “Aleko”
Messa da Requiem by G.Verdi
Beethoven «Symphony No 9»
Mahler «Symphony No 2»
Gounod «Mors et Vita»

Puccini

Madama Butterfly
Mimi in “La Boheme”
Liu in “Turandot”

Tchaikovsky

Tatiana in “Eugene Onegin”
Iolanta

 

MEDIA

Eugene Onegin Final Scene: Yuriy Yurchuk and Kseniya Bakhritdinova

Arditi Waltz “Il bacio” Kseniya Bakhritdinova-Kravcuk
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