SERHII MOSKALCHUK

Bass

2010-2015

Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, Kiev:
Department of solo singing: opera and concert singer.

2006-2010

Khmelnitsky Musical College (Ukraine).

2018

Rimsky-Korsakov | The Tsar’s Brid: Sobakin
Tchaikovsky | Eugene Onegin: Prince Gremin (Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)

2017

Rachmaninoff | Aleko: an old man (Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)

2015

Rimsky-Korsakov | Christmas Eve: Panas (Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)
Verdi | Requiem: solo (Kyiv Municipal Academic opera and ballet theatre)

2014

Tchaikovsky | Eugene Onegin: Prince Gremin
Tchikovsky | Iolanta: Bertrand
(Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)

2013

Rachmaninoff | Aleko: an old man (Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)

2012

Tchaikovsky | Eugene Onegin: Zaretsky (Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine)

Rimsky-Korsakov | The Tsar’s Brid: Sobakin
Rimsky-Korsakov | Christmas Eve: Panas
Tchaikovsky | Eugene Onegin: Prince Gremin / Zaretsky
Tchikovsky | Iolanta: Bertrand
Rachmaninoff | Aleko: an old man
Puccini | La Boheme: Coline
Verdi | La Traviata: Doctor Grenvil

 

2018

Kyiv Municipal Academic opera and ballet theatre, Ukraine

2010-

Opera Studio of the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine

2013

21st Century Art, third prize (Kyiv –Vorzel, Ukraine)

2010

New Names of Ukraine, first prize (Kyiv, Ukraine)

2009

Kharkiv Assembly, third prize (Kharkiv, Ukraine)

2008

Competition of Vladislav Zaremba, first prize (Khmelnitsky, Ukraine)

2008

Songs of my country, first prize (Khmelnitsky, Ukraine)

2007

Songs of my country, first prize (Khmelnitsky, Ukraine)

 

 

 

MASTER CLASSES

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION           

The concert repertoire includes arias and songs written by Italian (Verdi,
Puccini, Rossini), Russian (Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky,
Rachmaninoff), German (Wagner, Mozart) and Ukrainian (Lysenko, Dankevich)
composers.

 

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