Kateryna Khartova

Kateryna Khartova is a Canadian-Ukrainian soprano. She is a recent graduate of the Glenn Gould School of Music in Toronto where she received her Artist Diploma. Katya is also a proud alumna of the Music Department at the University of Saskatchewan. During her undergraduate studies Miss Khartova was a featured as a soloist in the University’s Music Theatre Ensemble under the directory of Dr. Garry Gable and Kathleen Lohrenz Gable.  Kateryna has won several Saskatchewan Music Festival competitions, including grand awards—Wallis Memorial Silver (2014), and Wallis Memorial Bronze (2015).

Kateryna Khartova is a passionate performer of Ukrainian art song through the Ukrainian Art Song Project (UASP) in Toronto.  She was one of eight participants at the week-long summer program of UASP 2019, culminating in a concert held at the Temerty Hall at the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Past vocal engagements include soprano solo with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra in Larysa Kuzmenko’s Golden Harvest in 2017. She sung Eleanor in Bohuslav  Martinů’s mini-opera Les larmes du couteau  conducted by Peter Tiefenbach and directed by Anna Theodosakis (Glenn Gould School of Music). In March 2019 Kateryna had her Koerner Hall debut as Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte directed by Joel Ivany and conducted by Nathan Brock (Glenn Gould Shool of Music).

Her most recent achievement was joining the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra office team as their philanthropy and engagement specialist. She is happy to continue performing and working in her Canadian home city of Saskatoon.


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