TATIANA COSTIUC (soprano), Master of Arts
Soprano Tatiana Costiuc, was born on December 3rd, 1981, studied at the Republican School of Music „C. Porumbescu”, choral conducting specialty, then graduated the Academy of Music Theatre and Fine Arts ( licence and master degree ), studying academic canto in L. Pelin and M. Muntean class.
Artistic Career of the soloist includes collaborations with State Company Symphonic Orchestra „Teleradio Moldova”, National Chamber Orchestra of Organ Hall, Symphonic Orchestra of National Philharmonic „Serghei Lunchevici”; Choral Chapels „Doina”, „Moldova”, „Renaissance”, National Chamber Choir from Moscow. As well as wonderful cooperation with such conductors as: M.Secichin, G. Mustea, S.Popov, T.Zgureanu, V.Garştea, V.Ciolac, O.Filip, I.Stepan, M. Agafiţa, C. Florea (Spain), V. Minin (Russia), C. Ward (Great Britain), P.Strub (Germanie), M.Katz (France), D.Talpain (Franţa), M. Holiartok (România) and composers: T.Zgureanu, V.Ciolac, Z.Tcaci, N.şi V. Ciolac spectacol, O.Palymsky, C. Rusnac.
Laureate at numerous National and International vocal contests, Tatiana Costiuc is successfully evolving in many concerts and festivals, among which: International Arts Festival-Contest 2005-2006 (North Correa), „Mărțișor” Festival, New Age Music Days Festival, 2003, 2004 and 2011 editions, Gala Concert within the „Maria Bieșu” Festival 2004, „Shubertiada” Festival, 2009 (USA).
A special importance owns the soprano accomplishments during the premiere performances in Chișinău: opera „Magic Flute” by W. A. Mozart, with role – Pamina, September 2006; Concert for Coloratura Soprano and Orchestra by R. Gliere, July 2006; Symphony No. 14 by D. Shostakovich; J. Haydns Oratorio „The Seasons”; Requiem by A. Salieri; Oratorio „The seven last words of our savior on the cross” by J. Haydn; Opera „La Clemenza di Tito” by W. A. Mozart, Sevillas role, 2011; Mass in b-minor, BWV 232 by J. S. Bach, 2011; Coronation Missa by F. Liszt, 2011.