Olga Siemienczuk is a Polish coloratura soprano, specialized in performing music of the 20th and 21st century.
Olga began her musical education at the age of 7 by learning the piano. Her passion for theatre developed as she went on to explore singing and dancing until in 2014 Olga graduated from the F. Chopin Music University in Warsaw. The Polish-Ukrainian soprano, Olga Pasichnyk has been her mentor since that time.
Olga Siemienczuk has a keen interest on performing contemporary music and researching the possibilities of the human voice. She performed as a soloist on various international contemporary music festivals, e.g. La Biennale di Venezia, Propagations in Marseille, Warsaw Autumn, Festival Musica in Strasbourg.
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Never Ending Searching for Exact Vocal Expression and Nuances
Olga is a member of the n.e.s.e.v.e.n. ensemble, founded and led by the composer Ondrej Adamek. Together with Compagnie Humaine, n.e.s.e.v.e.n. co-produced the performance „Reaching Out", which was awarded a Golden Lion Prize for the best production at the 66th La Biennale di Musica Festival in Venice, Italy.
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Since 2019, Olga has been cooperating with the Amsterdam-based Futurists Foundation.
New narratives, deeply rooted in our contemporary world and closely connected to the current socio-civilisation related issues. Immersiveness and non-intrusive participation etched into every piece.
Developing new forms and creating unique artistic language of their own.
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