Bio

Olga Siemienczuk began her musical education at the age of 7 by learning the piano. Her passion for theatre developed as she went on to explore singing and dancing until in 2014 Olga graduated from the Frederic Chopin University in Warsaw. The Polish-Ukrainian Soprano, Olga Pasichnyk has been her mentor since that time.

Olga Siemienczuk is a prize winner of the 17th Ada Sari International Competition of Vocal Artistry, 2nd International Ars et Gloria competition and the Jakub Pustina International Vocal competition.

As a member of the European Network of Opera Academies, Olga was invited to take part in workshops providing top level performance training for the world’s best emerging musical talent at the Snape Maltings Britten Pears Young Artist Programme in England and at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel in Belgium.  

She performed as Morgana in Haendel’s ”Alcina” during the IV Baroque Opera Festival Dramma per Musica in Warsaw, and as Queen of the Night in Mozart’s “Zauberflote” – performances for the young audience at the Warsaw Chamber Opera and Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera in Warsaw. 

During the 2018/2019 season she was invited to perform with Nico and the Navigators ensemble, singing in Rossini’s “La petite messe Solennelle” at Radialsystem in Berlin.

Olga has a keen interest in performing contemporary music and researching the possibilities of the human voice. Her first modern musical exploration took place at the Warsaw Chamber Opera, where she sang the lead role in EunHo Chang’s “Sacred Emily”.

2018 saw Olga take part once again in the Jerwood Opera Workshop at Snape Maltings, where she prepared the role of Anna from J.Rust’s “The Conifers”.

She performed as soloist on many contemporary music festivals, e.g. Warsaw Autumn, CODES – Festival for Traditional and Avantgarde Music in Lublin (PL), Wittener Tage der Neue Kammermusik (DE), Festival Musica in Strasbourg (FR), where she sang works by F. Panisello, P. Tabakiernik, M. Smolka and O. Adamek.
Since January 2019 she is a member of NESEVEN ensemble.

Olga Siemienczuk lives in Berlin and any free time that she has is spent exploring the outdoors and knitting.

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