Natalia Stepanyak

Natalia Stepanyak is a laureate and winner of the special award "Best Belcanto Singer" of the international competition of opera singers named after Yana Kipuri. Finalist of the world competition of opera singers "Competizione dell`Opera", which took place in 2017 in Linz, Austria. Natalia is also the winner of the vocal competition "Young Talents" of the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation (Moscow, 2008).

In the fall of 2019, Natalia became a soloist at the Odessa National Opera, where she already made her debut in the role of Violetta in the premiere of J. Verdi's La Traviata.

In April 2020, he was expected to make his debut in the part of Mimi from the opera "Bohemia" by G. Puccini on the stage of the Odessa National Opera and on the stage of the State Theater of Antwerp, Belgium. However, due to the pandemic and the spread of the Covid-19 virus infection, the premiere was postponed.

In 2019 there were many significant events, together with the academic symphony orchestra INSO-Lviv Natalia sang a number of concert programs that took place on the stage of the Lviv National Philharmonic, on the open-air stage for the day of Lviv, as well as on the stage of the cultural center "Zamek ”In Poznan, as part of the festival“ Ukrainian Spring ”.

In the summer of 2019, she was awarded the "Jubilee Order of the Second Degree" by Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kyiv and All Ukraine.

In February 2019, she was an invited opera star for the opening of the Ukrainian Ball in Vienna. On November 12-16, 2018, she was a representative of culture at the Ukrainian Week at the UN headquarters in Vienna, where she had the honor of being a musical guest at the opening and closing, and with a famous Ukrainian pianist Yaromir Bozhenko to perform a concert of Ukrainian composers (V. Barvinsky, M Skoryk, O. Kozarenko, Kos-Anatolsky)

In the summer of 2018, Natalia Stepanyak made her debut as an opera singer in the style of Italian belcanto in the part of Adina in the opera "Love Drink" by G. Donizetti. The opera was staged at the Lirica in Circolo summer festival in Crema, Italy. In December 2017, Natalia took part in the premiere of GF Handel's "Alchina" in the part of Morgana on the stage of the National Opera of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, under the direction of Niels Muus, directed by Dmitry Bertman. In the summer of 2017, she performed the role of Minerva in the operetta "Orpheus in Hell" by J. Offenbach at the State Opera in Bad Hull, Austria, under the direction of Ernst Thais. In the summer of 2016, Natalia was a soloist at the Vienna Philharmonic Summer Academy in Mozart's opera "So Does Everyone", where she made her debut in Despina's part on the stages of Vienna's Concert House, Music Fair in Graz, and Brucknerhaus in Linz and the Odeon Theater in Salzburg, Austria.

From 2015 to 2016, Natalia Stepanyak was a soloist at the Jungle Theater and Mozarthaus in Vienna and performed Violetta in Verdi's La Traviata (version for children and youth), as well as Papagena and The Magic Flute. WA Mozart. As a master student of the opera faculty of the Vienna University of Music, she performed the part of Servilia in the opera "Mercy of Titus" by V.A. Mozart at the Accent Theater (Vienna), as well as Morgana's part in GF Handel's opera Alcina on the stage of the Mut Theater (Vienna), conducted by Niels Moose. Along with performances on the stages of opera houses in Austria, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Natalia Stepanyak gives many solo concerts, collaborating with various orchestras at various concert venues in Europe. The largest of them was her own project "Reincarnation" on the stage of the Lviv Philharmonic, Ukraine, where she performed not only as a soloist, but also as a director, initiator and director of the project. Natalia also took part in the Operetta Evening projects, accompanied by the Austrian youth orchestra Con Fuoco, and the mother of the Rotary Club at Guniadi Castle, Austria, with the Vienna Philharmonic Summer Academy Orchestra. She also won a solo concert at the Potocki Palace in Warsaw, Poland.

Natalia Stepanyak received a master's degree from the Lviv National Music Academy named after MV Lysenko majoring in "Folk Instruments (Bandura)" and "Solo Singing".

In the spring of 2019, Natalia graduated from the University of Music and Art in Vienna and received a Master of Arts degree in Opera.

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