Diana Skavronskaya

Rising Opera Star Beyond Carnegie Hall

Opera soprano Diana Skavronskaya paved her way to fame. She is known for her magnificent soprano voice and a life story that is as inspiring as her performances on the world’s greatest stages. Her love for opera is all-consuming, as it is her life’s calling; and her music reflects her unwavering dedication to the arts. Diana has the greatest gift from God, her voice, to lead her through life and conquer American stages.

As a young artist Opera Soprano, Diana has made her own reputation in the classical arts community with her magnificent voice and a life story as uplifting as her performances throughout important global venues.

Her vocal talent and performance craft was recognized at the young as a young child in Central Asia. Diana sang and performed in television, local radio stations, and was the face of major brands. Over time, much discipline and hard work, Opera has become her “raison d’être” and an unwavering commitment to the arts.

She was recently invited by Maestro Constantine Orbelian to perform at Carnegie Hall’s Stern / Perelman Stage, singing to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Rachmaninoff’s birth showcasing the enduring genius of the composer’s music. Maestro Orbelian is a Principal Conductor of the New York City Opera, who worked with Renée Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky. He was left impressed by Diana’s voice and artistic presentation on the stage. Time appeared to stop during her singing and radiated the emotional range and deep immersion in the Rachmaninoff. Diana sang accompanied by the brilliant pianist Dmitry Yudin, who accompanied during the entire concert.

The event was a tremendous success and received international acclaim. To Diana, Rachmaninoff’s music possesses a personal, spiritual, and deeply poetic sensibility which she flawlessly sang with energy and love.

Naturally, Diana and Constantine Orbelian’s plans are not to leave it at this. Much work is planned on bringing classical and operatic art to stages all over the world.

Diana’s operatic engagements include the role of Mimi in G. Puccini’s opera La Bohème at San Francisco›s Pocket Opera. She was cast for nine performances scheduled for June/July 2024. The role of Mimi is one of Diana’s favorites; she empathizes with dramatic operatic soprano heroines confronting an indomitable fate. Her voice gracefully unfolds at the divine last act. Diana has performed La Bohème in Georgia under the direction of German stage director Georg Rootering to a roaring bravissima crescendo, leaving the audience in tears. Her voice conveyed the raw and intricate fragile emotions endured by the vulnerable Mimi.

In Le Nozze di Figaro, W.A. Mozart’s Opera performed in Sicily, Diana demonstrated her exceptional talent and wide vocal range as Susanna. She was cast in this role thanks to her personality, versatility, and powerful soprano technique.

Diana, now a permanent resident of San Francisco, has made contributions to its artistic landscape organizing solo recitals and founding the Opera Club. Diana has held seven solo recitals with renowned artists, frequent soloists at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC and Teatro alla Scala in Milan. She shares her life’s passion and brings opera and music to even larger audiences.

Her solo recital Viva La Musica was recently held at the Verdi Club on November 18, a huge success. A concert of classical music is planned for January 20, 2024, at the ambient Tateuchi Hall in Mountain View, California. Diana will sing opera masterpieces accompanied by harp, violin, and piano. The most talented musicians will share the stage. In the spring of 2024, find Diana present a uniquely immersive concert and exhibition Diana Montara Ocean at St. Joseph’s Art Society in San Francisco.

Diana also holds vocal masterclasses for young artists and writes music. She graduated from Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and has been recognized by the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) as an International Operatic Soprano and Classical Singer.

Each performance leaves a significant mark on Diana and shapes her versatility, genuine range of emotional control, strong vocal techniques, and expressiveness. Music from her heart and soul is what Diana does with endless love, touching the strings of people’s souls. ☐


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