Tatyana Gavrilova



Franсysk Skaryna Medal (2014)
1st prize at the international vocal competition Vissi d’Аrte (Prague, Czech Republic, 2019)
Laureate of the April Spring Friendship Art Festival in Pyongyang (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, 2005)
1st prize at the Larisa Aleksandrovskaya International Singing Competition (Minsk, Belarus, 2004)
2nd prize at the Solomiya Krushelnytska International Competition for Opera Singers (Lviv, Ukraine, 2003)
Special mention at the International Antonín Dvořák Singing Competition (Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, 2001)

Tatyana Gavrilova graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Music where she had majored in piano and voice (class of the Honoured Artist of the Republic of Belarus, Professor Lyudmila Kolos).

In 2001, she was a laureate of the Special Fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus for Support of the Talented Youth.

She joined the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus in 2004.

Apart from rich operatic repertoire, she sings a vast concert repertoire, spanning Baroque music, modern pieces, etc.

Tatyana Gavrilova collaborates with the Chamber Soloists of Minsk orchestra under the baton of Dmitry Zubov, with which she performs pieces of the baroque classical periods, including St John Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach and Stabat Mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Idomeneo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (concert version, the role of Elettra), Joseph Haydn’s oratorio The Seasons (the role of Hanne), and others, as well as little-known pieces of old and modern music presented for the first time in Belarus.

She works with a number of Belarusian orchestras, including the State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Capella Academia, etc., and chamber orchestras (a series of concerts with the ensemble Partita in Belarus).

Tatyana Gavrilova’s recitals include "French and Spanish Chamber Music" accompanied by Zhanna Varlamova in the Grigory Shirma Small Hall of the Belarusian State Philharmonic Society in April 2017, "French and Spanish Chamber Music" and "Letters from an Unknown Woman" accompanied by orchestra soloists and pianist Zhanna Varlamova in the Larisa Aleksandrovskaya Chamber Hall of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus, Franz Schubert’s Winterreise accompanied by Olga Zapolskaya in February 2018, "Music Without Borders" opposite the Dutch mezzo-soprano Ruth Willemse accompanied by Vitaly Stakhevich in 2019 (the programme included vocal music by Richard Wagner, Franz Schubert, George Frideric Handel, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, as well as art songs by contemporary composer G. Sosnovsky).


Gerda                           The Story of Kai and Gerda (The Snow Queen) by Sergei Banevich

Adina                           L'elisir d'amore

Nadzeya Yanouskaya  King Stakh’s Wild Hunt by Vladimir Soltan

Marguerite                   Faust

Solveig                         vocal part in the ballet Peer Gynt by Edvard Grieg

Liza                              The Queen of Spades

Marfa                            The Tsar's Bride

Gilda                             Rigoletto

Liú                                Turandot

Tatiana                          Eugene Onegin

Cio-Cio San                  Madama Butterfly

The Countess                The Marriage of Figaro

The Princess                  Kashchey the Immortal

Polovtsian Girl              Prince Igor

Rosina                           Il barbiere di Siviglia 

Micaëla                         Carmen

Lauretta                         Gianni Schicchi  

Rita                                Rita, ou le mari battu  

The Seventh Wife          Bluebeard and His Wives by Viktor Kopytko

Title role                        The Snow Maiden

Violetta                          La traviata

The Princess                  Magic Music

Pamina                           Die Zauberflöte 

Medea                  vocal part in the ballet Metamorphoses to the music by Johann Sebastian Bach

Solo soprano in Requiem by Wolfgang Аmadeus Mozart and Carmina Burana by Carl Orff


In 2013, Tatyana Gavrilova appeared as a guest soloist in performances of the Musa Jalil Tatar Academic State Opera and Ballet Theatre in the Netherlands

In 2014, she did a recital at the small hall of St Petersburg State Philharmonic. Later the same year, she appeared as Cio-Cio San in a performance of Madama Butterfly at the Estonian National Opera. At the invitation of Sadriddin Ayni Tajik State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre in Dushanbe, she sang the part of Violetta in La traviata.

With the orchestra Young Belarus, Tatyana Gavrilova toured Germany and participated in the Chamber Music Festival in Italy.

At the invitation of the Azerbaijani Opera and Ballet Theatre, she performed the role of Gilda in Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto (Baku, 2017).

She has been on tour in Germany as a member of the opera company of the Bolshoi Theatre of Belarus.