Soprano TATIANA TRENOGINA, soloist of the Latvian National Opera, graduated with honors from the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow (class of Galina Pisarenko - National Artist of Russia) and continued her studies at the Queen Elisabeth College of Music in Brussels under the direction of José van Dam. She has also honed her vocal skills with many renowned artists including Teresa Berganza, Gabriela Tucci, Franco Pagliazzi, Helmut Deutsch, Makvala Kasrashvili, Maris Skuja.
Upcoming engagements of Tatiana Trenogina include the roles of Adriana Lecouvreur by Cilea and Abigaile (Nabucco by Verdi) at the Latvian National Opera.
Her current repertoire consists of many important soprano solo parts; among them are Aida, Amelia Grimaldi, Cio-Cio-san, Mimi, Liù, Nedda, Lisa, Tatiana, Iolanta, Donna Anna, Contessa, as well as 9 symphony and Requiem.
Tatiana is a laureate of more than 15 international competitions including Maria Callas Grand Prix, Queen Elizabeth Competition, competitions of Vincenzo Bellini, Riccardo Zandonai, Renata Tebaldi, Galina Vishnevskaya, Julian Gayarre and Elena Obraztsov. Singer made her debut with the Royal Opera House La Monnaie in the role of Xenia in Boris Godunov and has since participated in various productions there, including the Fiery Angel by Prokofiev conducted by Kazushi Ono and Cendrillon by Massenet. With the renowned Bolshoi Theatre Tatiana made her debut as Iolanta.
An avid recitalist, Tatiana has performed numerous concerts around the world including the Royal Opera House La Monnaie in Brussels, Grant Théatre Luxembourg, Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels, Theatre San Marino, Musical Festival in Menton, France, April Spring Art Festival in North Korea, Sviatoslav Richter festival, also China and Japan.
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