ABOUT

Marina Pinchuk was born in Mogilev, Belarus. She graduated from the St.Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory and started building her repertoire in performances with the Mikhaylovsky Theatre Company (St. Petersburg) where she made her debut in 2007 singing the role of Olga in Eugene Onegin; as a member of the ensemble at the Mikhaylovsky Theatre she sang roles such as Lyubasha (The Tsar’s Bride), Smeton (Anna Bolena), Polina (Pique Dame), Varvara (Katya Kabanova), Konchakovna (Prince Igor).

In 2011 she was selected to be part of the Accademia Rossiniana with Alberto Zedda, where she made her international opera debut as Maddalena in Il Viaggio a Reims. In 2012 attended the Academy of Plácido Domingo in Valencia and appeared as Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte), Third Lady (The Magic Flute) and Pisana (Due Foscari) under the baton of Omer Meir Wellber at the Palau de Les Arts.

Season 2019-20 she returns to Opera de Oviedo as Floshilde in Götterdämmerung and made her debut ABAO in Bilbao as Smeton in Anna Bolena. In the recent seasons she appeared in Andrea Chénier at Teatro de la Maestranza as Madelon, La contessa di Coigny and Marta (Iolanta) at Palau de les Arts in Valencia, The Marquise of Bergenfield (La fille du Régiment) at Teatro de la Maestranza, as Alisa (Lucia di Lammermoor) under the baton of Daniel Oren at Teatro Real Madrid, Amelia (The Golden Cockerel) at the Opera National de Lorraine.

On the concert podium, she sang Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Mikhaylovsky Theatre Company in Tokyo, Yokohama and Daegu, Felix MendelssohnBartholdy Paulus op.36 with The St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, W. A. Mozart Requiem in Teatro dell’Aquila di Fermo, Verdi’s Requiem at the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid and the concert in homage to the great Teresa Berganza, with the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville.

In the past seasons, she sang at Teatro Comunale di Bologna in production of Nabucco as Fenena, Olga (Eugene Onegin) at Teatro Principal, Palma de Mallorca and the Daegu International Opera Festival,Korea; Rossweise (Die Walküre) at Opera de Oviedo, Lucretia (The Rape of Lucretia) in Valencia, Floshilde (Götterdämmerung) at Gran Teatre del Liceu.

She has worked with such conductors as Zubin Mehta, Plácido Domingo, Alberto Zedda, Omer Meir Wellber, Michele Mariotti, Peter Feranez, José Miguel Pérez-Sierra, Guillermo Garcia Calvo, Josep Pons, Daniel Oren, Henrik Nánási, and with such stage directors as David Alden, Mariusz Treliński, Laurent Pelly, Robert Carsen, Emilio Sagi.

ENGAGEMENTS

No upcoming shows scheduled

Past Shows

14 Jun 2019 Sevilla Teatro de la Maestranza Teatro de la Maestranza
11 Jun 2019 Sevilla Teatro de la Maestranza Teatro de la Maestranza
08 Jun 2019 Sevilla Teatro de la Maestranza Teatro de la Maestranza
05 Jun 2019 Sevilla Teatro de la Maestranza Teatro de la Maestranza
31 Mar 2019 Valencia Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia

PHOTOS

MEDIA

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Marina Pinchuk – Acerba voluttà and Mon coeur…

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Marina Pinchuk and Perrine Madoeuf – “Eugene Onegin” – Duet Tatyana & Olga

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Marina Pinchuk – Eugene Onegin – Olga’s Aria

PRESS

Desde su primera intervencióncomo Santuzza, la mezzo bielorrusaMarina Pinchuk mostró voz potente detimbre hermoso, con atractivas tonalidadesoscuras en los graves. Estuvo en todo casomejor en el aria de Dalila, donde fraseó conbuen gusto y manejó con soltura los reguladores.Diario de Sevilla | http://www.diariodesevilla.es/article/ocio/2319219/brocha/gorda.html
Marina Pinchukexhibió una voz de timbre poderosamente grave, profundo y henchidode personalidad, especialmente como Dalila de Saint-Saëns, cuyoMon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix entonó con buen gusto, flexibilidad y generosasensualidad. Más convencional aunque igualmente satisfactoria,fue su incorporación de Carmen en la Habanera y la Seguidillaque cantó comopropina.El Correo de Andalucía | http://elcorreoweb.es/cultura/expediente-cubierto-BC1949065
En Amelfa, Marina Pinchuk fait montre d’une bonhomie fort sympathique et d’un joli timbre ambré. | http://www.resmusica.com/2017/03/14/a-nancy-un-succulent-coq-dor/
“Desde su Pour une femme de mon nom, la mezzo Marina Pinchuk demostró también estar en perfecta forma para abordar su Marquesa de Berkenfield con perfecto dominio de la respiración y la entonación, acompañada también de una adecuada vis cómica.” | http://pantallasonora.blogspot.com.es/2017/11/la-hija-del-regimiento-en-el-maestranza.html

CONTACTS

General Management

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