Viktoriia Vitrenko is a versatile Ukrainian soprano, conductor and artistic director. Her musical precision and expressive personality particularly enable her to interpret works of contemporary music. Viktoriia's career has brought her to stages across Germany, Great Britain, Norway, the Netherlands, France, Macedonia, Italy, Belgium, Greece, Romania, Switzerland, Ukraine and Russia. Her debut album "Scenes" (2019, AUDITE) with chamber music by György Kurtág won the Supersonic Pizzicato Award and was nominated for the German Record Critics Award (PdSK-2019) and International Contemporary Music Awards 2020 (ICMA 2020).
cité des arts
︎Cité des arts
Residency at the Cité internationale des arts, Paris and a six-month scholarship from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg.
14:30 W1, 17:00 W2
︎congres Center, The chor.com is choral conductor training, trade fair and festival in one and has offered a platform for the exchange of all players in the vocal scene every two years since 2011 organized by the German Choral Association.
12:00, 13:30, 15:00, 16:30
Ludwigsburg, GermanyA documentary performance installation "Echoes - Voices from Belarus". With Christoph Ogiermann (music), Gareth Davis (music), Nadya Sayapina (concept art), Lesia Pchelka (concept art) and Zhanna Gladko (concept art).
«Schuberts Lieder, erst vom Komponisten Bernhard Langin Loops getrieben („The cold Trip“, 2. Teil) und mit einer rafnierten Neudeutung von Purcells Frost-Arie umrahmt, dann von den Künstlern selbst mit Techno- und Hip-Hop-Sounds, Jazz und Soul hochenergetisch in unsere Zeit katapultiert, gingen einem beim „Schubert Remix“ nicht nur zu Herzen, sondern auch in den Bauch. Schubert, meinen der Pianist Vitaly Kiyanitsy und die Sängerin Viktoriia Vitrenko, sei „der größte Songwriter aller Zeiten“. Wer ihnen zuhört, möchte das sofort glauben.
stuttgarter zetung | susanne benda
Viktoriia Vitrenko, together with David Grimal (violin), Niek de Groot (double bass) and Luigi Gaggero (cimbalom), received the Diapason award for the "Scenes" with chamber music by György Kurtág (AUDITE, 2019).
Viktoriia Vitrenko received a six-month scholarship from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg to become artist-in-residence at the Cité internationale des Arts in Paris. During her stay, she will develop her own artistic projects and work with various international artists from different disciplines.
Mixed Sound Personnel (MSP) is an ensemble comprised of voice, percussion and electronics. In their performances MSP concentrates on direct contact with the public and engaging it in an interactive process. ︎︎︎
The women's vocal ensemble "Making waves" (artistic director - Viktoriia Vitrenko) was founded in 2010 in Kiev, Ukraine, as a spin-off of the student choir "KPI". After only a few months, the singers made their debut on the stage of the Lviv Organ Hall with "La petite fille sage" from "Petites voix" by Francis Poulenc. ︎︎︎