Bakhritdinova, Kseniya - Soprano

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Ukrainian soprano Kseniya Bakhritdinova (1988) is the laureate of the All-Ukrainian singing competitions and International Christmas Competition in Belarus (2017). She received her musical education at Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (2008-2013, MA) Department of solo singing (prof. A. Dashak) and Department of solo piano (prof. Maria Krushelnytska).
From 2016 Kseniya is the soloist of the National Opera оf Ukraine (Kiev), where she sang Cio-Cio-San (Puccini’s Madama Butterfly), Fiordiligi (Mozart's Cosi fan tutte),Micaela (Bizet’s Carmen), Mimi (Puccini’s La boheme), Juliet (Offenbach’s Les contes d’Hoffmann).
Her future engagements include Aida (Verdi’s Aida) on the stage of Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre in the autumn 2023. Among her recent works are brilliant debut at Opera på Scäret as Amelia (Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera), collaborations with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and A.L. Weber’s Requiem with Kaunas Symphony Orchestra (Lithuania) led by Konstantin Orbelyan.
In parallel with her work on the Ukrainian opera stage, Kseniya actively performs on European stages: Austria, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Norway, Finland, Kazakhstan and Lithuania.
In 2018 she’ve collaborated with Ricardo Mutti, taking part in Ravenna Festival (Italy), have represented Ukraine at the International music festival in Algeria and have debuted on stage in Israel as Tatyana (Thaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin).
During previous seasons Kseniya took part in Mozart Opera Festival in China (2016), performed as Cio-Cio-San (Puccini’s Madama Butterfly) in the Maria Biesu Festival (Moldova), sang The Bells of S. Rachmaninov in the Contrasts festival in Poland (2017).
From 2013 to 2016 she worked at the Kharkiv National Opera and Ballet Theatre where she has prepared roles of Donna Anna (Mozart’s Don Giovanni), Desdemona (Verdi’s Otello), Iolanta (Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta), Tatyana (Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin), Liu (Puccini’s Turandot) and Cio-Cio-San (Puccini’s Madama Butterfly).