Hanna Golodinskii received her Master’s Degree as an Opera Solo Performer and Chamber Solo Performer in 2004 from the National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kyiv in class of Ukrainian Opera star, Professor Diana Petrynenko.

Ms.Golodinskii’s roles include Violetta in Verdi’s “La  Traviata”, Margarita in Gounod’s “Faust”, Tatiana in Tchaikovsky “Eugene Onegin”, Iolanta in “Iolanta”, all of which roles she performed with the Ukrainian National Academy Opera Theatre’s Youth Opera. She was named “The Best Tatiana of 2004”.Her repertoire also includes Requiems by Rutter, Mozart, Brahms, Faure, Gounod, Verdi, and solo parts in Mendelssohn’s “Elijah”, Handel’s “Messiah”, Beethoven’s “Mass in C”, Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass”and Vivaldi “Gloria”. 


Hanna has been a regular soloist with the Russian Chamber Chorus of New York (RCCNY), Conductor and Artistic Director, Maestro Nikolai Kachanov, and the First Congregational Church of Greenwich, Connecticut. Her solo performances can be heard regularly on WGCH National
Radio broadcasts.

Ms.Golodinskii made her Carnegie Hall debut in the program “Sunset, Night, and Sunrise” in 2008. In 2009 Hanna performed on the legendary radio show “Prairie Home Companion” with Garrison Keillor. In 2011 Ms.Golodinskii performed selections of Russian Classical Vocal Hits in the Carnegie Hall Concert Series.

Since 2014 Hanna Golodinskii has been a Soprano Soloist with “Concertino New York Orchestra”. She made a Solo American Premier of unknown 17-18th century Alleluias Arias at the solo program “Jewish Baroque Music” at Historical Eldridge Museum in New York City,
dedicated to a Jewish History Week and High Holidays Celebration.

Ms.Golodinskii’s solo appearances included soprano solos in the Beethoven’s “Mass in C” and “Choral Fantasy” with the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra and the Chorus of First Church of Greenwich, Connecticut, Soprano Solo in “Requiem” by Bob Chilcott, which Ms.Golodinskii had
a honor to perform under baton of legendary composer and conductor himself.

In 2015, Ms.Golodinskii was invited by Golden Key Music Festival to perform world premiers of Vladimir Drozdoff’s vocal compositions at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall and at Liederkranz Foundation. In August of 2015, she was named a Golden Key Artist, a title
accorded only to honored guests and laureates of the Festival and its piano competition. In September 2016, Hanna Golodinskii and international pianist Oxana Mikhailoff performed a recital concert of “Slavic Discoveries” at the National Opera Center in New York in the Impromptu Concert Series. Ms.Golodinskii’s recent 2017 concert season solo recitals includes collaborations with world renowned pianists Pavel Gintov and Vyacheslav Gryaznov.

In January of 2018, Hanna Golodinskii appeared as a soloist at “Winter Gala Concert” at Carnegie Hall. Next Ms.Golodinskii’s engagement includes Gluck’s debut as Amore in Orfeo ed Euridice, with The Hudson Valley Singers Choral and Orchestra, New York. From Jon Sobel’s revew of most recent concert at The National Opera Center, New York:
“Ms.Golodinskii’s high notes pealed like a tremendous church bell, then folded into head voice and seemed to sail like high clouds. Stunning fortes, sweet expressivity, natural and exquisite. I hope to hear more of Ms.Golodinskii’s stunning vocal artistry very soon; she had moments
that left me literally gaping with wonder.”

Ms.Golodinskii is an honored Artist-in-Residence and member of The Drozdoff Society.

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