Category Archive: Our Artists

St.Petersburg Moroshka Theatre

Moroshka Theatre was founded in St. Petersburg in 2009 by a ballerina and a theatrical director Nadezhda Poltavchenko, a former soloist of the Mikhaylovsky Theatre.   Moroshka Theatre is known for a high standard of the artists and a special approach to the repertoire. Among the artists are graduates from the St.Petersburg’s Art colleges, prize-winners …

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Duo Maxim Pavlov and Gregory Seredin

Gregory Seredin Gregory graduated from the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music (GRAM), class of the Head Lecturer M.Burlakov (distinctions). When still a student at the academy he became a winner of the international competitions, such as Citta di Castelfidardo (2012, Italy), Citta di Lanciano (2012, Italy), the 2nd International Ippolitov-Ivanov competition (2012, Moscow), 51st International …

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Vremena Trio (The Epochs)

Vremena Trio is a professional artistic group and consists of the young and talented singers winners of the international and All-Russian competitions and festivals such as the Doves of Peace, the Cradle of Russia. They graduated from the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music and the Russian Academy of Theatrical Art. Members of the trio: Valeria …

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Russian Gzhel

Russian Gzhel conquers Dublin This year the highlight of the Festival of Russian Culture Maslenitsa will be a magnificent performance by the Gzhel Moscow State Academic Dance Theatre. The Gzhel Dance Theatre was founded by Prof. Vladimir Zakharov, a People’s Artist and a famous choreographer. Prof. Zahkarov set himself a task to express the magic …

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Anna Kiselyova

  Anna Kiselyova is qualified classical pianist, piano teacher, accompanist, researcher, also interested in various non-academic styles and modern music. Anna holds LTCL Diploma in Performance with Distinction from Trinity College London; she graduated with Honoured Master of Music in Performance from DIT Conservatory of Music in Dublin, and earlier obtained her undergraduate degree from …

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Lance Coburn

Since winning 1st prize at the Tomassoni International Piano Competition, Cologne in 2001, Lance Coburn has established himself as a charismatic performer with an exceptional facility. He has performed with most of the major Australian orchestras including the Sydney Symphony and many international symphony orchestras including the RTE NSO and WDR Rundfunkkorchester Köln. Beginning his …

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Sylvia O’Brien

Biography of Sylvia O’Brien The Irish soprano, Sylvia O’Brien, was a choral scholar at Trinity College Dublin and sang in the choirs of both the Anglican Christ Church Cathedral and the Roman Catholic St. Theresa’s Church in Dublin, before making her operatic debut in 2004 as the Governess in Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the …

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Raphaela Mangan

Raphaela graduated top of her class with a record-breaking First Class Honours Degree from the Concervatory of Music and Drama, DIT, under the tutelage of Anne-Marie O’Sulivan. She furthered her studies in Belgium where she graduated top of her class with a distinction from Flanders Opera Studio. Raphaela’s most notable roles to date are ‘Bradamante’, …

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Eoin Hynes

Eoin Hynes is a music graduate of N.U.I. Maynooth and D.I.T Conservatory of Music and Drama. He studied voice with Emmanuel Lawler. While a student at D.I.T Eoin won the Louis Ely O’Carroll Conservatory Gold Medal on two occasions, the Lieder Cup, French Song, La Scala, and the Ruth Mervyn Cup. A multiple prize winner …

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David Scott

David Scott was born in Dublin and studied voice with Emmanuel Lawler in the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, graduating with a First Class Honours Bachelor of Music Degree. His operatic roles include Jupiter in ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’ (Gleeson Theatre), Aeneas in ‘Dido and Aeneas’, (Opera Antiqua) and he recently sang Marcello (La …

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