“Ms. Zaliznyak  provided magical moments in roles of happiness or loneliness with the poignant ability of an artist in command of her talent and the instrument of her voice.”  

-The Ukrainian Weekly

Marta Zaliznyak, a Ukrainian-born soprano, is a performer whose career spans opera, concerts, and recitals. Marta holds a Master in Music from Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance in Philadelphia and a Bachelor in Music from Drohobych State University in Ukraine. She received additional training from Bryn Mawr Conservatory in Philadelphia. Her roles include Governess in productions of (The Turn of the Screw) by B. Britten (2020) and Rosalinda (Die Fledermaus) by J. Strauss ( 2021) in Tomlinson Theater of Temple. She was a soloist in Requiem for Those Who Died of Famine by Y. Stankovych with the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra. She was also a soloist in Khustyna, a cantata by L. Revutsky with the Symphony Orchestra of the Opera Studio of Lviv National Academy of Music. Some of her partial roles include Countess Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro), Nedda (Pagliacci), and Mimi (La Boheme). As a soprano soloist on the concert stage, Marta has performed at the Merkin Concert Hall in New York, N.Y., Institute of Contemporary Art in Chicago IL, Lisner Auditorium in Washington DC, and the National Philharmonic in Lviv, Ukraine.
Marta's operatic career began on stage at the Lviv National Opera House in Ukraine as a choir member. She had appeared in more than twenty opera productions and toured Europe extensively with the opera cast during four consecutive seasons. The premieres of Verdi  Nabucco and Aida performed with INSO-Lviv Orchestra were a great success at the leading theaters in France, Poland, and Germany. In 2000, Marta received the Best Representative of the Year in the Field of Culture and Arts award by the Mayor of Lviv for her active concert activities and creative achievements. In 2004, she also won the Gold Medal of the all-Ukrainian competition National Grand Prize of Performing Arts in the vocal (opera singing) nomination. The artist was also a winner of the Montserrat Alavedra Music Scholarship at the 2017 Honors Convocation. Most recently - the winner of the Temple University Symphony Orchestra Soloist Award (2019).


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MAy 1 Philadelphia

June 5 New York

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october 22 new york

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