Tetyana Vakhnovska

Tetyana Vakhnovska is a renowned, state-awarded Ukrainian mezzo-soprano who immigrated to the US in 2022. She graduated from National Academy of Music in Lviv and was a leading opera singer at the National Opera in Lviv, Ukraine for over 15 years. Tetyana toured internationally with concerts and opera productions in Poland, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, France, China, and the USA.

Vakhnovska credits her high achievements to working with well-recognized European directors and conductors while performing leading parts for mezzo-soprano including Carmen ( Bizet’s “Carmen”), Azucena ( Verdi’s “Il Trovatore”), Ulrika ( Verdi’s ” UN Ballo in Mascera”), Amneris ( Verdi’s “Aida”), Suzuki ( Puccini’s ” Madame Butterfly”), Fenena ( Verdi’s ” Nabucco”), Maddalena ( Verdi’s ” Rigoletto”). She has also performed as a soloist in Mozart’s “Requiem”, Verdi “Requiem”, Rossini’s “Little Solemn Mass”, Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, Bach’s “St. Matthew passion”, Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater”, Haydn’s ” Seven last words “, and Dvorak’s ” Stabat Mater.” She was a soloist in Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Elmhurst Symphony Orchestra and in Bruckner’s “Te Deum” with Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra.

In cooperation with “Revived Soldiers Ukraine”, the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America gave concerts in New York and Chicago. In support of Ukraine, she held concerts at the Holy Name Cathedral, Alice Millar Chapel, and the Ukrainian National Museum (Chicago IL). Vakhnovska is also a piano and voice teacher at Bel Canto Music Academy (Burr Ridge, IL) and KnightMusic Academy (North Barrington, IL). Her students range from children through adults.