Olga Rudyk was born in the Ukrainian university city of Vinnytsia, just under 300 kilometers south-west of Kiev. She had her first singing lessons at 15 and has been singing in a choir since the age of 17. The soprano studied at the P. Tchaikovsky Academy of Music in Kiev from 2012 to 2016. She has played a number of roles at the Conservatoire Opera Studio since 2015, including Laura in Iolanta, Tatiana in Eugene Onegin and Oksana in Gulak-Artemovsky’s opera Zaporozhets beyond the Danube. The singer has also given a number of concert recitals. Last year she sang works by Verdi, Mozart and Rachmaninoff. In 2016 she also took part in a master class given by Marcello Lippi. NEUE STIMMEN is Olga’s first international singing competition.
Tatiana, Eugen Onegin (P. I. Tschaikowsky)
Laura, Iolanta (P. I. Tschaikowsky)
2012 - 2016, Academy of Music P. Tschaikowsky, Ukraine
Olga Rudyk from Ukraine sings "Io son l'umile ancella" from Adriana Lecouvreur by Cilea in the semifinal concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Olga Rudyk from Ukraine sings "Temerari … / Come scoglio immoto resta" from Così fan tutte by Mozart in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.
Olga Rudyk from Ukraine sings "Tu che di gel sei cinta" from Turandot by Puccini in the final concert of NEUE STIMMEN 2017.