A Night to Remember
Stand With Ukraine
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Margarita Levchuk is a Belarusian opera singer (soprano), theatre and cinema actress, political activist and blogger. Margarita is one of the brightest and most famous opera singers from Belarus, she is the finalist and prizewinner of 13 International vocal competition, performed on stages of the leading European opera houses. Her repertoire includes Queen of the Night (“Die Zauberflöte”), Norina (“Don Pasquale”), Violetta (“La Traviata”) and Cunegonde (“Candide”).
In 2020, Margarita supported Belarusian national leader Sviatlana Tikhanouskaya election campaign and was active at peaceful protests and musical flashmobs in Minsk. Due to her express opposition to dictatorship regime and personal safety concerns, Margarita Levchuk had to flee Belarus. Currently, she resides in Lithuania. Margarita consistently and actively participates in various cultural and political events in order to promote art protest globally and support fight for democracy in Belarus and freedom of Ukraine.
Belarusian baritone Ilya Silchukou is an
internationally sought-after performer whose compelling lyric baritone voice and versatile dramatic interpretations have garnered him a busy career on Europe’s most important operatic stages, including Israeli Opera Tel Aviv, Teatro dell’opera di Roma, Teatr Wielki Warsaw, Opera De Munt Bruxelles, Frankfurt Oper, Opera National de Montpellier, Teatro Verdi Trieste, Rahvusooper Tallinn, Slovenske Narodne Divadlo Bratislava, and others.
In 2020, following a fraudulent election and violently suppressed mass protests in Belarus, Silchukou became a prominent voice in the Belarusian fight for democracy. In taking a public stand against the current dictatorship, Silchukou has sacrificed his own personal safety and financial stability, and has been forced to flee from Belarus,
where dissent is currently met with institutional retaliation, state sanctioned violence, and imprisonment.
graduated from the Belarusian Academy of Music and worked throughout Europe and the United States as a collaborative and concert pianist. After moving to the United States in 2014, Tatiana worked as a collaborative pianist with the Cleveland Institute of Music, Baldwin Wallace University, Cleveland Opera Theater, Opera Nova, Maryland Lyric Opera, and
the Potomac Vocal Institute. Tatiana is an active performer, coach and educator in the D.C. Metropolitan area.
Tatiana actively promotes Belarusian culture performing music by Belarusian composers. She takes part in various charitable and cultural events to support and raise funds for Ukraine.
Discography: ‘Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov: Romances’ (CD, 2014, Belarus), ‘Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky: Russian Songs’ (CD, Oct-2013, ATMA Classique,
Canada), ‘Queen Elisabeth Competition: Singing 2008. Various artists’ (CD, 2010, Belgium), ‘Four Centuries of Belarusian Vocal Music’ (CD, 2009, Belarus).
Belarusians are scattered
across the world.
We manifest ourselves differently
we are different in life.
Today our country lives wherever
free Belarusians live.
And this is our power!