On 28th of September 2019 Oksana debuted as Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni. She and her colleagues are delighted to work with conductor Matthew Scott-Rogers and the Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra. The performance took place at St. Peter’s, Notting Hill.
On 30thof June 2019 Oksana will perform an aria from her favorite opera ‘Eugene Onegin’ (Tchaikovsky). The Letter Scene has been a favorite of Oksana’s since she was 14 years old. It has always been her dream to perform this scene front of a big audience. The performance will take place at St. Jude’s on-the-hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb (time tbc). Do come along and enjoy some beautiful music performed by the North London
Symphony Orchestra, Oksana, and other talented musicians.
The audition period has successfully finished and a decision has been made. Oksana did very well in her auditions and received strong offers from both the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music. As Oksana received her Bachelor’s degree from the Royal Academy of Music, she decided a change was necessary for her Master’s degree. In September 2019, Oksana will start her begin her “Master of Performance” program (2019-2021) at the Royal College of Music. She is delighted to add that she was offered a full-scholarship. Oksana is going to carry on developing her singing skills under the tutelage of mezzo-soprano, Patricia Bardon.
Four years of Bachelor degree at the Royal Academy of Music came to an end. Time has passed very quickly and Oksana is getting ready for her graduation day. She is very grateful to the Academy and to all people who have worked hard on giving her and her colleagues best education. Special thanks to the Principal of the Academy Professor Jonathan Freeman-Attwood CBE, Head of Vocal Department Kate Paterson, Professors of singing Catherine Benson and Elizabeth Ritchie, Vocal coaches Ian Partridge and James Baillieu and Head of Piano Accompaniment Department Michael Dussek.