Meet The Performers

Visiting Artist

Tatiana Serjan

Dramatic coloratura soprano Tatiana Serjan is considered one of today’s leading primadonnas, expecially for her acclaimed portrayal of the role of Lady Macbeth.

She graduated in singing at the St. Petersburg Conservatory and made her international debut at Teatro Regio in Turin with Macbeth, an opera she performed in some of the most important theaters around the world where she regularly performs (La Scala in Milan, Rome Opera, Comunale in Bologna,Maggio Musicale   Fiorentino, Teatro Regio in Parma, Teatro Massimo in Palermo,Opera Festival in Ravenna, Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Deutsche Opera in Berlin, Teatro Real in Madrid, Sao Carlos in Lisbon, Opernhaus in Zurich, Dallas Opera, Bregenzer Festspiele and Salzburg Festival).

Her repertoire includes: Un ballo in maschera, Trovatore, Aida, Attila, La battaglia di Legnano, I due Foscari, Norma, Tosca, Andrea Chenier, Sancta Susanna, Nabucco which she has performed with such conductors as: Muti, Bartoletti, Conlon, Santi, Renzetti, Altinoglu, Rizzi, Steinberg, Luisotti, and stage directors like: Stein, Wilson, Herzog, Pizzi, Wick, Pountney, Bondy, Deflo, Lavia.

In concert she prformed Shostakovich’s XIV Symphony at Sao Carlos in Lisbon, Verdi's Messa da Requiem in London with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by M° Muti, in Toulouse, Moscow, Bologna and Tenerife, and Hindemith's Sancta Susanna at the Carnegie Hall in New York.

Her upcoming engagements include Macbeth and Verdi’s Messa da Requiem with the Chicago Sympony Orchestra and M° Muti, Ernani at the Rome Opera with M° Muti, Tosca at the Deutsche Oper, Nabucco with the Rome Opera in Japan, Pikovaya Dama with Maris Janson in Munich and Paris, Don Carlo at Teatro Real in Madrid, Tosca and Nabucco at the Chicago Lyric Opera, Macbeth at Gran Liceu in Barcellona, at the Zurich Opernhaus, at the Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam and at Wienwer Staatsoper in Wien.

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