Большой театр Беларуси


Большой театр Беларуси



Nastassia Khrapitskaya



Grand prize at the International Competition “Rising Stars 2020” (Latvia, Riga, 2020);
Second prize at the 9th International Competition of Vocal and Piano Duets “Three Centuries of Classical Art Song” (Russia, St Petersburg, 2018);
Gold medal at the Tenth Open Youth Delphic Games of the CIS Member States (Russia, Oryol, 2015);
Second prize at the 3rd Maksim Mikhailov International Competition of Young Opera Singers (Kaluga, Russia, 2013);
Special prize at the 2nd Larisa Aleksandrovskaya International Singing Competition (Belarus, Minsk, 2012)

Nastassia Khrapitskaya was born in Minsk. In 2008, she graduated from the Ivan Akhremchik Gymnasium-College of Arts with a degree in piano. In 2015 she graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Music with a degree in academic singing, and in 2016 she received her master’s degree from the aforementioned academy.

As a student, she performed the roles of Tatiana in Eugene Onegin and the title role in Iolanta by Pyotr Tchaikovsky on the stage of the Belarusian State Academy of Music.

From 2018 to 2019, she was a member of the opera apprentice program at the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus, performing the roles of Norina in Donizetti’s Don Pasquale and Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte.

In 2020, she joined the opera company of the theatre. Currently, he is also a teacher at the Belarusian State Academy of Music.

Her other awards include special prize (internship at the Teatr Wielki-Polish National Opera) in the 5th Solomiya Krushelnytska International Opera Singers Competition (Ukraine, Lviv, 2019); grand prizes of the special Fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus for the Support of Talented Youth (2015 and 2018); special mention for the best performance of Haydn’s aria in the 3rd Maksim Mikailov International Competition of Young Opera Singers (Russia, Kaluga, 2013); first prize in the 6th Stanislaw Moniuszko Open Festival and Competition of Young Singers “Ubel Swallow” (Belarus, Cherven, 2010); certificate in the Republican Radio Competition “Belarusian Young Talents”.


Norina                                     Don Pasquale