A versatile Ukrainian soprano, conductor and artistic director. Her musical precision and expressive personality particularly enable her to interpret works of contemporary music.
Viktoriia's career has brought her to stages across Germany, Great Britain, Norway, the Netherlands, France, Macedonia, Italy, Belgium, Greece, Romania, Switzerland, Ukraine and Russia. A winner of numerous prestigious competitions, she took first place at the "Ohrid Choral Festival" (Macedonia) and third place at the "Florilège vocal de Tours" (France), among others. Her debut album "Scenes" (2019, AUDITE) with chamber music by György Kurtág won the Supersonic Pizzicato Award and was nominated for the German Record Critics Award (PdSK-2019) and International Contemporary Music Awards 2020 (ICMA 2020).
In the 2021/2022 season Vitrenko is featured as a singer at the Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, ECLAT Festival für Neue Musik and SPARK Festival for contemporary music theatre with the Ensemble Musikfabrik (Cologne). As a conductor, she leads the Stuttgart Philarmonic Orchestra, Divertimento Ensemble (Italy), Chamber Orchestra Stuttgart and holds various workshops as a lecturer at the International Choral Fair in Hannover. As artistic director, she develops and produces digital multimedia residency "Independence Without Borders" in cooperation with Carbon Media Art (Ukraine) and the inclusive music theater "Vox ex nihilo" as part of the InterAKT initiative. Finally, as artist-in-residence at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris (May - October 2021), she also creates her own artistic ideas and collaborates with other artists from different disciplines.
Viktoriia Vitrenko is an exceptionally versatile musician who has achieved success as both conductor and singer.