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Tatiana Gaivoronskaya

Soprano

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"Та самая Татьяна..."
27 september 2014
orfeiart.ru
"Пьяццолла, Астория и маэстро Сваб"
10 january 2012
Татьяна Грузинцева
«Волжская Коммуна»
"Кто там в малиновом берете?"
1 may 2012
Наталья Эскина
"Самарские судьбы", №5/2012, стр. 104
Телепередача "Станция "Театральная", выпуск 13
30 november -1
Телеканал "Самара-ГИС"
О Чем поет Медведь
16 june 2015
Маргарита Прасковьина
"Самарская газета"
Tatiana is a laureate of All-Russian and international competitions. From 1985 to 1989 she studied at Taganrog State Music College (string instruments department, viola class). From 1992 to 1997 she was a soloist of the municipal chamber choir "Face Image" under the leadership of V. Rusanov and People’s Artist of Russia V. Afanasiev in Taganrog. In 2002 she graduated from Rostov State Conservatory named after S.V. Rachmaninoff, specialty - solo singing (class of acting professor N.O. Antonenko)
In 2002-2005 she was a soloist of Volgograd Musical Municipal Theater. In 2005 she was invited to work for Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theater.
In 2009 she passed the upgrade training course (internship) at Rostov State Conservatoire named after S.V. Rachmaninoff, given by Vito Maria Brunetti (Italy).
In September-October 2011 she took part in the workshop by maestro Alessandro Svaba (Trieste, Italy) and in the production of the opera "Don Juan" by Mozart (the part of Donna Anna).

Repertoire:
Gorislava ("Ruslan and Ludmila" by M. Glinka),
Tatiana ("Eugene Onegin" by P. Tchaikovsky),
Iolanta (“Iolanta” by P. Tchaikovsky),
Lisa ("The Queen of Spades" by P. Tchaikovsky),
Yaroslavna ("Prince Igor" by A. Borodin),
Kupava (“Snow Maiden” by N. Rimsky-Korsakoff),
Countess (“The Marriage of Figaro" by W. Mozart),
Pamina (“The Magic Flute” by W. Mozart),
Donna Anna (“Don Juan” by W. Mozart),
Aida ("Aida" by G. Verdi),
Amelia ("The Masquerade Ball" by G. Verdi),
Queen Elizabeth (“Don Carlos” by G. Verdi),
Violetta (“La Traviata” by G. Verdi),
Adina ("The Elixir of Love" by G. Donizetti),
Cio-Cio-San ("Madama Butterfly" by G. Puccini),
Tosca ("Tosca" by G. Puccini),
La Gioconda ("La Gioconda" by A. Ponkilli),
Parasha ("Maura" by I. Stravinsky),
Popova ("The Bear" by S. Cortes),
Sylva ("Sylva" by I. Kalman),
Rosalinda ("The Bat" by J. Strauss),
Ghanna Glavari (“The Merry Widow” by F. Lehar),
Angela ("The Count of Luxembourg" by F. Lehar),
Odette (“Bayader” by I. Kalman),
Lucy ("Taram-param, ni-na, ni-na, or the housing shortage has soured them" to the music by D. Shostakovich),
Soprano solo in "Requiem" by G. Verdi,
Soprano solo in "Requiem" by A. Dvorak,
Solo parts in the 9th symphony by Beethoven, in the oratorio "Flood" by Saint-Saëns, in the oratorio "42nd psalm" by Mendelssohn, in the 14th symphony by D. Shostakovich, in the 4th symphony by Mahler.

Tours
Tatiana performed in the cities of Astrakhan, Tula, Taganrog, Saransk, Volzhsky in the Volgograd Region, Rostov-on-Don and others. She gave performances with orchestras conducted by People’s Artist of the RF E. Serov (Volgograd Academic Symphony Orchestra), Honored Artist of the RF M. Arkadiev, D. Volosnikov, E. Leduc-Barom (France), Juraj Valchuha (Slovakia), A. Steinlucht, Honored Arts Worker of the RF V. Kovalenko, Honored Artist of the RF G. Klementiev, Honored Artist of the RF B. Benkogenov, People’s Artist of the RF V. Venediktov, Honored Artist of the RF A. Smirnov, Honored Artist of the RF А.М. Polyanichko, A.V. Shakuro with the orchestra of Rostov State Musical Theater, with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of Samara Philharmonic Society (conducted by People’s Artist of the RF M. Shcherbakov) – in the cities of Kislovodsk and Yessentuki, with the conductor M. Shcherbakov – in Hanoi (Vietnam), with People’s Artist of the RF V. Rylov – in Barnaul, with the Symphony Orchestra of Orenburg Philharmonic Society – in Orenburg (conductor - V. Popov). Tatiana performed in Duino, Trieste, Pirano (Italy) and Ljubljana (Slovenia). With Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre she visited Bangkok (Thailand) in 2015, the International Festival of Dance and Music.
Tatiana sang the solo part in G. Verdi's “Requiem” at the XXX Sobinov Music Festival “Images of Italy”, with the Symphony Orchestra of Saratov Academic Opera and Ballet Theater conducted by Maestro Yu. Kochnev (in Saratov in 2017).

Awards
In 2001 Tatiana participated in the international competition of young singers organized by Elena Obraztsova (St. Petersburg).
She was awarded a diploma of the review competition in Volgograd "Creative Achievement - 2003", she was also awarded the audience choice prize.
She is the owner of the Grand Prix of the International Competition "Modern Education and Art" (Moscow, 2008).
She was awarded a diploma of the XV Republican Creative Festival "Christmas Star" (Saransk, 2010).
She is a laureate of the Regional Competition "Samara Theater Muse - 2010" for the female lead of Cio-Cio-San in the performance "Madama Butterfly".
Diploma of the Samara Regional Duma (2011).
Diploma of the Academy of Music of Santa Croce (Trieste, Italy, 2011) for the female lead (Donna Anna) in the opera by W.A. Mozart "Don Juan".
In 2012 she became a laureate of the V International Music Competition named after S.V. Rachmaninoff (St. Petersburg),
She is a laureate of the professional regional competition "Samara Theater Muse-2014" in the nomination "The best opera soloist work" for the parts: Tatiana in the opera "Eugene Onegin" by P. Tchaikovsky and Floria Tosca in the opera "Floria Tosca" (Samara, 2015).
The Samara Regional Duma awarded her the certificate of appreciation for many years of fruitful creative activity in the field of culture (2014).
The Ministry of Culture of the Samara Region awarded her the certificate of appreciation for high professional level and contribution to the development of theatrical art (2015).
She is a laureate of the III All-Russian Festival "Volga Theater Seasons" in the nomination "Best Duet" in S. Cortez's opera "The Bear" (2016).

Forthcoming performances

Попова ("The Bear" )



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