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Viktoria Bolonina is an Australian classical mezzo-soprano and contemporary singer.
In 2012 she was a finalist of The Voice Australia with her famous “Bang-Bang” peaking at number 5 on iTunes and number 28 in ARIA charts.
Since her success on the show she has released her own music, sold-out shows in Sydney and Melbourne, performed internationally at Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk 2013 and was invited as a special guest performer for Metro Global brand launch in Singapore in December of 2015. Viktoria was the featured solo artist at "Ballroom Superstars Dance Ball" directed by Elena Samodanova from 'Dancing with the Stars' and 'So You Think You Can Dance' Russia.
Graduated with Patricia Lucas Music Achievement Scholarship with a Master of Music in Opera Performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Viktoria has performed principal roles in Henry Purcell’s “The Fairy Queen”, Francesco Cavalli's opera "La Calisto" and Opera Australia’s production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” all presented at the SCM.
In March 2018 Viktoria has played the leading role of 'Kashcheyevna' in N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov's opera "Kashchey the Immortal" at Melbourne Recital Center under the direction of Alan Cook of CitiOpera. In September 2018 Viktoria had become a finalist in Acclaim Awards Italian Bel Canto Opera competition.
In January 2019 Bolonina has been accepted as a Principal Artist into Coast Opera Australia having performed leading solos in the company’s 2019 Season Launch, Night of Intimacy and Night of Enticement concerts.
Since 2016 Viktoria has performed every year at the annual Woolworths Carols in the Domain with the "Opera Stars" on the national television network Channel 7.
She is also Bitton Gourmet's "Valentines Day with Opera" annual enterntainment feature since 2016.
Viktoria is a versatile singer being able to perform a great range of genres with a vast repertoire to suit any event. Her beautiful voice, skills, energy, and comfort on stage has been noticed and complemented many times by credible critics and reviewers.