Tetiana Lutsyk


Tetiana Lutsyk (Kolomyya, 1994) was taught by Professor Sergey Evdokimov at the specialist music boarding school in Charkiw, and by Professor Mariya Futorska at the “Solomiya Krushelnytska” specialist music boarding school in Lviv. She has finished master degree studying with Professor Leonid Sorokow at the Academy of Music in Zagreb. She is currently studying at the University of Graz. She has attended several masterclasses, with Dora Schwarzberg, Maria Milstein, Boris Brovtsyn, Sven Arne Tepl and Kees Koelmans, amongst others, and also with members of the Cuarteto Casals, the Alban Berg Quartet and the Juilliard String Quartet. She also gained further musical input from a masterclass with Professor Oleh Krysa.

The young musician has already won several prizes at national and international competitions, including the 1st prize at the international “Young Virtuoso” competition in Croatia in 2013, the 3rd prize at the international “Francesco Geminiani” competition in Italy in 2014, 1st prize at the international “Bistricki zvukolik” competition in Croatia in 2015, and the 3rd prize at the “Luigi Zanuccoli” international violin competition in Italy in 2016. Tetiana Lutsyk has performed as a soloist with the chamber orchestra of the “Solomiya Krushelnytska” specialist music boarding school in Belgium, France, Poland and at home in Ukraine. In 2012, she performed Alexander Glasunov’s violin concerto with the Lviv Philharmonic Orchestra. During the first year of her studies, she gave a very accomplished performance of Jean Sibelius’ violin concerto with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, which led to her being given a part-time job with the orchestra shortly afterwards. She is currently a member of the “ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA”, which is made up of scholarship holders from the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein, and will be performing at the “FESTIVAL NEXT GENERATION” in Bad Ragaz. Tetiana Lutsyk has received scholarships from “Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland” and from the International Summer Academy of the mdw – the University of Music and the Performing Arts Vienna.