Yuliia Sukhovych


Voice type






Current studies

Master Specialized Music Performance – Opera

Vocal coach

Malin Hartelius

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Former musical studies

  • 2021: BA Lviv National Music Academy, Prof. Anna Dashak


  • International Competition «Amber’s notes», Rivne/Ukraine, 2014 (3rd place)
  • Interregional Competition of young singers, Ternopil/Ukraine, 2014 (1st place), 2015 (Grand Prix)
  • International Vocal Festival «From classic to the modern», Kyiv/Ukraine, 2016-2017
  • International 18th Vocal Artist Competition and Festival of Ada Sari, Nowy Sącz, Poland, 2019
  • The Wassyl Slipak Young Vocalists Competition Masterclass of Zoryana Kushpler, Lviv/Ukraine, 2021
  • Second Music Festival Art of Pianist-Accompanist, «Musica affectus», concert with Olena Mozil and Nazar Mykulyak, Lviv/Ukraine, 2019
  • International Summer Academy, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Masterclass of Prof. Margit Klaushofer, Vienna/Austria, 2022

Interview: Three questions for Yuliia Sukhovych

Why are you studying opera?

Opera provides a platform for exploring diverse emotions and themes, making it a unique and expressive art form. Additionally, studying opera can enhance one's understanding of classical music, vocal techniques and theatrical production.

What was your first encounter with opera?

I was watching a broadcast of La Bohème from the Metropolitan Opera, starring Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni and Plácido Domingo.

Which is your favourite opera and why?

I do not have any favourite opera, in my opinion, each opera was created under the influence of time and events and it is very difficult to single out one thing. Also, out of respect for the composer, every opera has the right to live.