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Marfa's aria Rimsky-Korsakov
Jack Petchey Award (2014)
Natalka’s entire repertoire was very moving, and the song ‘Tears of Hope’ was particularly powerful and she captivated the entire audience. Her vocal control was exceptionally sustained among disjunct melodic leaps, changeable dynamics, and trills throughout the song. She embodied the quietness and soft timbres of the verse, and beautifully prepared the dramatic climax towards the end.The clarity of her tone was exceptional throughout, particularly in the higher registers which were so well controlled and sustained. It was an extremely special performance as she created an intimate atmosphere in communicating the story of the songs. Natalka’s voice is truly unique and can touch the heart of any listener. (2018)
Natalka Pasicznyk is a soprano who achieved a First Class Music degree at King’s College London, while training with Professor Ryland Davies at the Royal Academy of Music. Past performances include King’s College London Opera Society’s production of Britten’s Turn of the Screw as Miss Jessel, Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia as Berta, Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel, as the understudy for Hänsel and a chorus member, and directing their production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. In 2021, Natalka will be performing more roles such as Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni and Mrs Gobineau in Menotti's The Medium. Natalka is currently taking some gap years and she plans to do further vocal studies. During the summer in 2020, she took lessons with the renowned soprano, Nadine Sierra. Natalka looks forward to performing in more operas again, such as the world premiere of Edward Nesbit's Antigone.
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