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Season Closing: Spirits of Moldova

08 Dec

Season Closing: Spirits of Moldova

Tatiana Costiug, Helen Cha 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

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Born in 1981, Soprano Tatiana COSTIUC is a native of Moldova. A laureate at numerous international vocal contests, she gained her Master of Art from Moldavian Academy of Music, where she currently serves as professor of Canto Academic Studies and Lied.

First trained as a violinist at the Orhei Music School, Tatiana has also studied choral conducting besides her versatile career as a recitalist and operatic singer. She has claimed the State Youth Award in Art (2007), the Diploma of Delphic Games in Brensk (2002); Second Prize at International Vocal Contest Alexei Stircea, Chisinau (2004); The Great Award, Golden Cup, and Golden Lira at International Festival-Contest of Art (2005, 2006) in North Korea, and owned the title of The Best Soloist of Organ Hall (2010).

As a soloist, she has collaborated with Symphonic Orchestra of the State Company “Tele Radio Moldova”, National Chamber Orchestra of Organ Hall, Symphonic Orchestra of National Philharmonic “Serghei Lunchevici”; She has sung with famous ensembles from Eastern Europe, notably with Choral Chapels “Doina”, “Moldova”, “Renaissance”, and the National Chamber Choir from Moscow. She has worked with conductors M. Secikin, G. Mustea, S. Popov, T. Zgureanu, V. Ciolac, O.Filip, I. Stepan, E. Moraru, M. Agafita, D. Ceausov, V. Andries, D. Carciumaru (Moldova), C. Florea, O. Caleya (Spain), V. Minin (Russia), C. Ward (Great Britain), P. Strub (Germany), M. Katz, D. Talpain, P. Migard, H. Galoix (France), M. Holiartik, D. Manasi (Romania), I. Znatokov (Ukraine), and has been the dedicatee of compositions by contemporary composers Zgureanu, Timofeev, Ciolac, Palymski, and Doga.

She has sung the roles of Pamina and Queen of the Night from Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Servilia in La clemenza di Titto, Musetta from Puccini’s La Bohema, Gilda from Verdi’s Rigoletto, Ninvana in Zgureanu’s Decebal; She was also solo soprano Shostakovich’s 14th Symphony, J. S. Bach’s Missa in h-moll, St. John’s Passion, Christmas Oratorio, and his Coffee Cantata; She was also featured in Mozart’s Missa in c moll and Requiem; Haydn’s oratorios The Last Words, The Creation, and The Seasons; Schubert’s Missa in G dur; Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Rossini’s Stabat Mater and Small missa; Liszt’s Missa coronations, Mendelsohn’s Lobgesang Symphony, Williams’ Sea Symphony, Orff’s Carmina Burana, Faure’s Requiem and Rachmaninov’s Vocal Symphony “Bells”.

In the past seasons, Tatiana has made successful concert tours in Romania, France, North Korea, Russia and Kazakhstan.

 

Zlata Tkach

Stele Negre (Black Stars)

J.S. Bach-Siloti-Timofeev

Ave Maria

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Aria Francesca

Oni Otvechali (They Answered)

Zdesi Horoso (Here is so nice)

Eugen Coca

Fluieras (The Pipe)

Doina (Moldavian Folk Song)

Alexey Stircha

Seara (The Evening)

George Dima

De ce nu-mi vii (Why don’t you come)

David Gershfeld

Mindrulita ochi de foc (My Darling)

Oleg Negruta

Concerto for Voice and Chamber Orchestra (arr. for piano), II

 

 

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