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Taras Berezhansky

"... one of the most cheered singers, a powerful and beautiful voice, enormous musicality and a convincing performance" - Visionescriticas

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Alex Grigorev
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Michael Murashov
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Evgeniya Malygina
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Biography Highlights

Future Engagements

House debut at Stadttheater Klagenfurt, return to Ópera Nacional de Chile and Opera Australia, among others with roles such as the main role Attila, Escamillo Carmen, Gremin Eugene Onegin, Ramfis Aida.

Past Engagements

Debuts at the Northern Ireland Opera as Sparafucile Rigoletto, at the Ópera Nacional de Chile as Padre Guardiano La Forza del Destino, at Opera Australia as Colline La bohème and Sparafucile Rigoletto, at Deutsche Oper Berlin as Bauer, Wiedertäufer and cover Zacharie Le prophète, at Grand Théâtre de Genève as Bass in Mozart’s Requiem and as Ercole II Giasone. The Bass part in the Beethoven’s 9th Symphony at Gulbenkian Choir and Orchestra Lisbon.

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Reviews & Press

Verdi - La forza del destino - Il Padre Guardiano

La mayor revelación fue el ucraniano Taras Berezhansky, un Padre Guardiano con voz de grano oscuro, esmalte sin melladura, calibre poderoso. Un placer escuchar sus descensos a los Fa grave que pide la partitura, no meramente rozados, sino prodigados con duradera soltura, todo ello unido a un desenvolvimiento actoral que transmite la nobleza y profundidad humana de un personaje de pocas aristas. Es de retener este nombre, que bien podría alcanzar una consagración de primer plano internacional. 

- Andrés Yaksic , Economia y Negocios

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mientras la gran revelación de este elenco fue un espléndido bajo ucraniano, Taras Berezhansky, un sonoro Padre Guardiano de bella voz, cómodo en todo el registro. 

Una Voce Poco Fa

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El bajo ucraniano Taras Berezhansky fue uno los cantantes más ovacionados, las razones; una poderosa y bellísima voz, tiene enorme musicalidad y convincente actuación, creemos que sería una gran noticia saber que volvería al escenario del Municipal, su Padre Guardiano fue de prestancia inolvidable.

Visionescriticas

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Puccini - La Boheme - Colline, a philosopher

Berezhansky made his OA debut last year as Sparafucile, and his stylish, subtle turn here as the philosopher of the group only reaffirmed my favourable impression of the singer. It’s a beautifully weighty instrument that has exciting repertoire options ahead of it, and for once the Coat Aria felt like an affecting moment of sacrifice rather than an irritating hold up to the drama.

- Justine Nguyen , Limelight Magazine

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Taras Berezhansky as the philosopher Colline was amiably woolly, gruff and melodious in the coat song in the final act.

- Peter McCallum , The Sydney Morning Herald

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Verdi - Rigoletto - Sparafucile, an assassin

Taras Berezhansky as Sparafucile, who’s velvety yet sinister tone was beguiling, played his character with believable sincerity.

- Leighton Jones , Bachtrack

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Taras Berezhansky provided us with a chilling Sparafucile and his powerful voice and dark vocal timbres were ideally suited to the role. Fleur Barron’s Maddalena was a saucy, manipulative creature and she sang with confidence and ease.

- Robert Beattie , Seen and Heard

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Verdi - Rigoletto - Sparafucile, an assassin

Taras Berezhansky had menace in the low register and unyielding vocal firmness as the assassin Sparafucile

- Peter McCallum , The Sydney Morning Herald

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Taras Berezhansky, was a revelation as Sparafucile.  Here was  handsome young man with a rich evenly placed bass voice.   He was in turns chilling, particularly threatening with his sister – believable in his thieves honour – and respectful of the death bargain he has struck with Rigoletto. 

- Gar Jones , Words and Musi

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Taras Berezhansky, as sinister gravelly voiced Sparafucile, menacing  assassin and publican was macho and dominating.

- Lynne Lancaster , Sydney Arts Guide

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Stadttheater Klagenfurt - Tchaikovsky - Eugene Onegin - Gremin

Mit allen Tiefen und viel Noblesse singt Taras Berezhansky den Fürsten Gremin

- Helmut Christian , Kleine Zeitung

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Il basso Taras Berezhnsky, originario dell’Ucraina, ha dato il suo mezzo vocale, corretto e di grande generosità, alla figura del Pincipe Gremin, in linea con la lettura registica non senile del personaggio.

- Vittorio Mascherpa , Operaclick

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Opera Australia - Verdi - Attila - Attila

Thankfully there’s some fantastic singing to be had, beginning with Ukrainian bass Taras Berezhansky in the title role. ...What he currently brings to the role is firm, resonant tone with plenty of vocal colour, and he occupies the stage with charisma and easy authority. His dream scene was a true highlight, melding menace with moments of vulnerability and pathos.

- Justine Nguyen , Limelight

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Ukrainian Taras Berezhansky, in time, looks set to take his place in this august company. He has a full, well-focused vocal tone and an imposing stage presence; [...] There were several highlights in his performance, including his dramatic entrance astride a dark horse, but his expressive, nuanced, and dramatic expressiveness in the confrontation with Pope Leo at the end of Act I was memorable. His evocative vocal and textual articulation captured the growing terror of this seemingly implacable and impervious character as he prostrates himself to a higher power in the spine-tingling Verdian act finale.

- Michael Halliwell , Australian Book Review

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Ukrainian bass Taras Berezhansky was outstanding as Attila. Firm and focused across his range, Berezhansky’s appealing, dark-hued timbre and resounding strength captured Attila’s imposing authority and arrogant certainty.

The Australian

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