Daria Gorozhanko



2nd prize at the 5th International Competition of Vocal-Piano Duos “Pianovoce”

BraVo International Professional Music Award (2023)

Certificate of the 49th Pan-Russian Review Competition of Singers-Graduates of Music Higher Educational Institutions (St Petersburg, 2021) 

Certificate of the 1st degree at the international competition and festival for the best performance of Boris Tchaikovsky’s vocal compositions "What the Twentieth Century Left Us" (Moscow, 2018)

Certificate of the 1st degree at the 11th International Competition for Performers of Contemporary Spiritual and Polyphonic Music "Polyphonica" (St Petersburg, 2015)

2nd prize at the 3rd Stanisław Moniuszko Open Competition for Young Singers “Ubel Swallow” (Minsk, 2015)

Daria Gorozhanko was born in Minsk. She graduated in academic singing from the Glinka Minsk State Music College (Olga Kosareva’s class), and later in opera singing from the Pyotr Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (Professor Makvala Kasrashvili’s class).

She did the apprenticeship programme “The Union State of Talented Youth of the 21st Century” at the Pyotr Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory.

Daria Gorozhanko participated in masterclasses of soprano Nicola Müllers (Germany), conductor Walter Mik (Germany), mezzo-soprano Alevtina Belousova (Russia), tenor Badri Maisuradze (Georgia).

She is a regular participant of governmental concerts and events, including the 31st International Festival of Arts “Slavic Bazaar in Vitebsk” (2022), gala concert of art masters “Art as Purpose of Life” as part of the award ceremonies of the prize “For Spiritual Revival” and special prizes to workers of culture and arts, Belarusian Sport Olympus, etc.


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

Polina / The Queen of Spades

Flora / La traviata

Laura / Iolanta

The Page / Rigoletto

Olga / Eugene Onegin

Dunyasha, Lyubasha / The Tsar's Bride

The Cricket / Pinocchio by Gloria Bruni

Konchakovna / Prince Igor

The Third Boy / Die Zauberflöte 


In 2022, she performed the role of Olga in Eugene Onegin at the Astana Opera as part of the Silk Road International Festival.