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Svetlana Kosyatova,

Soprano/mezzo

Russie
Tel Aviv, Russie
Svetlana Kosyatova, Soprano/mezzo

Bio

BIO SVETLANA KOSYATOVA

Svetlana Kosyatova, soprano, pianist was born in Moscow, Russia. She began studying piano at the age of 5, and shortly afterwards was enrolled in the class of Vyacheslav Smirnov at the Central music school named Prokofiev. She completed her studies at the Moscow Conservatory with another renowed teacher Anatoly Samonov. In 2010 Kosyatova won first prize like accompanist at the International Competition in Moscow. In 2011 she recived her Doctror degree like Musicologist from the Moscow P.Tschaikovsky State Concervatory and in 2014 Master degree like an opera singer from the Buchman-Mehta School of Music at the Tel Aviv University. Currently she is the regular pianist of the Kibbutz Choir and the Garri Bertini Chamber Choir under the botton of Maestro Ronen Borshevsky. In 2016 she was a holder of Special Status at the the Buchman-Mehta School of Music as a assistent of prof. Tamar Rachum-Roth. During 2011-2014 she took part in IVAI OperaWorkshop (USA-Israel), at the International Operawerkstatt (Switzerland), in 2013-2014 she was a member of the International Opera Studio in Pesaro (Italy). Her repertoire includes donna Anna in Don Giovanni (Mozart), the title role in "Ariadne auf Naxos" by R.Strauss, Euridice in Orfeo ed Euridice (Gluck), Rosalinde («Die Fledermaus»), Mutter in Hansel und Gretel (Humperdinck) and other roles. Her concert repertoire includes solo soprano in "The Wedding" (Stravinsky), the 9th Symphony (Bethoveen), Requiem (Mozart) "Gloria", "Stabat Mater" (Poulenc), 4 Letzte Lieder by Strauss, and other works.

Svetlana had the honor of performing with the Buchman-Mehta Symphony Orchestra, the Tel-Aviv, Rishon LeZion Sypmhony Orchestra, National Kibbutz Orchestra (Netanya) Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Tel Aviv Chamber Orchestra under the baton of distinguished conductors as Zeev Dorman, Ronen Boroshevsky, Yoav Talmi, Avner Biron, Ariel Zuckerman.

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