Liliya Gaysina

The soloist of the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre (since 2012).

After finishing State Gnessin’s College as a choral conductor (2009, with prof. Y. Mikkonen, diplom with merit), she entered the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (diplom with merit , 2014).  She studied opera singing under the guidance of prof. I. Maslennikova, then continued the post-graduate studies with prof. B. Rudenko.

Liliya has performed with the Veritas chamber orchestra (directed by Maxim Emelyanychev), with the Pratum Integrum orchestra (directed by Pavel Serbin), La Voce Strumentale ensemble (directed by Dmitry Synkovsky)with the Early Music Academy ensemble (directed by Tatyana Grindenko), with the Bach-Consort Moscow early music ensemble (directed by Yuliya Mikkonen), with the Musica Viva Moscow chamber orchestra (directed by Alexander Rudin), and with the Ensemble 1700 Baroque orchestra (directed by Dorothee Oberlinger).

Liliya took part in Baroque music festivals in Germany: International Händel-Festspiele Göttingen, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele (International Festspiele Baden-Württemberg), Musicfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci and Musica Bayreuth; also in early music festivals in Gmunden (Austria), Rome (Italy), Izmir, Istanbul  (Turkey), the Moscow Festival «Vozvraschenie», S. Richter’s festival «December Nights» (Moscow) and in the opening gala event of the modern art exhibition in the Royal Library of Copenhagen (Denmark).

Master classes: Elizabeth Bays, Vincent Le Texier, Peter Neumann, Paolo De Napoli.

In 2012 Liliya won the 2nd prize at the Moscow vocal competition «Bella voce».

Since 2012 she works for the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre. Her recent stage performances include:

  • The Swan Princess (N.Rimskiy-Korsakow. «The Tale of Tsar Saltan»)
  • Olympia (J.Offenbach. «Les Contes D’Hoffmann»)
  • Le Gran Sacerdotessa (G.Verdi. «Aida»)
  • Adina (G.Donizetti. «L’elisir d’amore»)
  • Glauce (L.Cherubini. «Medea»)
  • Badr-al-Budur (N.Rota. «La lampada magica di Aladdino»)
  • Ninetta (S.Prokofiev. «The love for Three Oranges»)