Alla Pozniak

Mezzo-Soprano

Biography

Mezzo soprano Alla Pozniak belongs to the most interesting artists nowadays. Starting her musical education as pianist at the age of 6 she continued as a singer and graduated Kharkov Conservatoire in 1997.

Price winner of both Dvorak International Competition in Check Republic in 1997 and International Competition in Alchevsk in 1999 Alla joined the National Opera of Ukraine in Kiev in 2004.

Being at the company since that time Alla performed all leading roles in the repertoire: “Aida” (Amneris); “IL Trovatore” (Azucena); “Un ballo in maschera” (Ulrica); “Nabucco” (Fenena); Saint-Saens: “Samson et Dalila” (Dalila); “La Gioconda” (Laura, Ciecca); “Rheingold” (Erda); “Die Walkure” (Frika); Mussorgsky: “Boris Godunov” (Marina) and “Hovanshina”  (Marfa); Rimsky-Korsakov “The Tsares Bride” (Luibasha); Tchaikovsky “Queen of Spades” (Polina) and “Mazepa” (Liubov); Borodin: “Prince Igor” (Konchakovna)

Her concert repertoire includes Verdi “Requiem”, Prokofiev “Alexander Nevsky”, Mahler Symphonies 2 and  8, Beethoven Symphony No 9, Pergolesi “Stabat mater”, Bach  Magnificat, St. John Passion, Matthew Passion, Messe h-moll.

Her guest performances inclide Berliner Doom (Verdi “Requiem”), Saint-Petersburg  Mikhailovsky teatre (Ulrica “Un ballo in maschera”), Tokio (Amneris “Aida”, Marina “Boris Godunov”), “Festival de musique La Chaise-Dieu” in France (Verdi “Requiem”, Mahler Symphony No 8), Warszawa, Poland (Azucena “IL Trovatore”) among others.

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