Olga Rusin soprano

In 2011 she graduated with honors from the Department of Vocal and Acting Academy of Music in Krakow. She received a scholarship from the „Internationale OpernWerkstatt/ Festival der jungen Stimmen“ (Switzerland 2015).
Currently, her vocal trainer is prof. Eva Blahova (Bratislava).

She made her professional operatic debut at the “Leoš Janáček National Theatre” in Brno as Helen in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Benjamin Britten. She also worked with the “Polish Thetre in Poznan” where she performed in “The Trojan Women” by Eurypides . She cooperated as a guest singer with “Capella Cracoviensis” and “Theater of the Warsaw Chamber Opera”

The Artist has been a laureate at such singing competitions as the “Prof.Dr. Josef Dichler & Kimiko Sato Wettbewerb“ (Vienna 2016), “12th Montreal International Czech and Slovak Voice Competition”( Bedrich Smetana Prize and The Kapralova Society special prize, Montreal 2013), the “46th International Vocal Competition of Antonin Dvořák”, (Krlovy Vary 2011) and many other opera contests.

Her repertoire includes many well-known oratorios; “War Requiem” B.Britten, “Quo vadis” F.Nowowiejski, “The Creation” J.Haydn, G.F. Handel’s “Messiah”. As a chamber musician, she has recorded songs by Polish composers; I.J.Paderewskiego, P.Perkowskiego, F.Nowowiejskiego. She specializes in the performance of classical and popular music of the 20th and 21st centuries,  often performs works by K. Weill, G. Gershwin, B. Britten and many of  contemporary composers.