Danylo Matviienko
Baritone

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Danylo Matviienko was born in Novyi Svit, Ukraine. He studied music at the Donetsk Academy of Music and then the Warsaw Opera Academy under the guidance of Eytan Pessen. He regularly attends the masterclasses of Matthias Rexroth, Izabela Klosinska and Neil Shicoff. In addition to his musical studies, he also received a Master’s degree in mathematics at the University of Donetsk. He has performed the roles of Count Danilo Danilovitsch in Die Lustige Witwe at the Kiev National Theatre of Operetta, Giorgio Germont in La Traviata, the title role in Eugene Onegin, Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Macrobio in Rossini’s La pietra del paragone, Gasparo in Donizetti’s Rita and Germano in Rossini’s La Scala di seta at the Opera Studio in Kiev. As a soloist, he has sung the baritone solo sections of Bach’s Magnificat and the Cantatas BWV10 and BWV147 at the Donbas Opera. He has also performed the baritone solo passages in Handel’s Messiah and Haydn’s The Creation with the Kiev Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, as well as Duruflé’s Requiem and Sviridov’s Songs of Troubled Times. He sang the roles of The Count in Philippe Boesmans’ Reigen and the Stage Manager in the production of the Kurt Weill Story at the Bastille Amphitheatre during the 2017-2018 season. In 2014 he won the special prize at the Boris Shtokolov 4th International Vocal Competition in Saint Petersburg and in 2017, second prize at the Antonina Campi International Vocal Competition. In May 2018, he was a finalist at the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium International Music Competition. Danylo Matviienko joined the Paris Opera Academy in September 2017.

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