Yulia Lysenko


“The main heroine became the opening and main "attraction" of this premiere performance. Yulia Lysenko - an artist who owns a nice, bright and clean soprano, brilliantly performed the part of Adina. Her singing was light, clear, vivid and effortless. In addition, possessing a charming appearance, she just won the audience with her direct and lively performance.” - Opera News

“Tatiana's Letter" from Eugene Onegin of Tchaikovsky, was the first opportunity to discover the beautiful voice of the Ukrainian soprano Yulia Lysenko.” - WebTimeMedias.com


Lyric Soprano Yulia Lysenko, has performed numerous principal roles such as Violetta in La traviata, Mimi and Musetta in La bohéme, Adina in L’elisir d’amore, Pamina in Die Zauberflöte, Marfa in The Tsar’s Bride, Micaela in Carmen, Gilda in Rigoletto, L’Amour in Orphee et Eurydice, and many others. In concert, Yulia has performed solos in the “Requiem” W.A.Mozart, “Carmina Burana” C.Orff.

Yulia has sung on several international music festivals: “Toshkent bahori” (Uzbekistan), “Festival de Lacoste” (France), “Slowo i Muzyka u Jezuitow” (Poland), “Musiques au coeur” (France), “Festival Les Nuits Musicales de la Sainte Victoire” (France), “Minsk International Christmas Opera Forum” (Belarus), International Opera Art Festival named after S.Krushelnytska (Ukraine), among others and has performed with Lviv National Opera House, Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus, Alisher Navoi State Academic Bolshoi Theatre, Cadenza European Art Productions.

. Yulia was a finalist in International Competition “Mystetztvo XXI” (Kyiv, Ukraine) and appeared in TV show “Zirki v Operi” (Kyiv, Ukraine).

Yulia Lysenko received both her Master and Bachelor degree from Lviv National Music Academy(Ukraine) and her master courses of technique and interpretation led by Tereza Zylis-Gara and Kaludi Kaludov, currently studies and coaches with Anthony Manoli.

Yulia lives in NYC.

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