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Ukrainian opera singer Tetiana Zhuravel graduated at the National Music Academy of Ukraine. Among other awards, she won the 2nd prize and Audience Award at the 1st International Eva Marton Singing Competition in Budapest (2014), Audience Award at the 1st International Virgilijus Noreika Competition for Singers (2017) in Vilnius, the 3rd prize at the 6 International Solovianenko Singing Competition in Donetsk (2013) as well as the Audience Award at the Competition for Singers “Grandi Voci” in Salzburg (2018). 
During her studying she attend Opera Studio in Kyiv performing in the Tsar's Bride (Marfa), Rigoletto (Gilda) and others.
From December 2016 she has taken part in productions of the Hungarian State Opera (Queen of the Night in Magic Flute by Mozart, Maria Sierva in Love and Other Demons by Eötvös Péter, Violetta Valery in La traviata by Verdi) as well as Lviv National Opera (Queen of the Night), Kyiv National Operetta Theatre (Rosina) and Open Opera Ukraine (Belinda).
2017 she performed solo soprano in Ligeti's Requiem in Brussels with Belgium National Orchestra and Hungarian National Choir.
In summer 2018 she performed Zerlina in Don Giovanni conducted by Oksana Lyniv with Tulchyn Opera Festival in Ukraine and then Queen of the Night with Macerata Opera Festival in Italy in the production of Graham Vick.
In December 2018 she performed Queen of the Night at Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía in Spain in a new production of Die Zauberflöte directed by Graham Vick and conducted by Lothar Koenigs.
In 2019: La traviata (Violetta) and Die Zauberflöte (Die Königin der Nacht) in Budapest, Die Zauberflöte with Royal Swedish Opera in Stockholm, Don Giovanni (Donna Anna) in Teatro Lirico di Cagliari.
In 2020: Die Zauberflöte (Die Königin der Nacht) at Teatro San Carlo in Naples (canceled).
Tetiana Zhuravel