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Welcome to the world of Laura Dziubaniuk


"Opera Woman…an impressive performance…"
Jay Stone, Ottawa Citizen

"...soared effortlessly and with beautiful sound in the higher register…"
Jacob Siskind, The Ottawa Citizen

"...a soprano voice of interesting dimension."
Jacob Siskind, The Ottawa Citizen

"The Human Abstract beautifully sung here by soprano Laura Dziubaniuk."
Richard Todd, The Ottawa Citizen

"Dziubaniuk has an appealing voice and a good musical sense…"
Richard Todd, The Ottawa Citizen



Laura Dziubaniukaura Dziubaniuk is one of Canada’s most promising sopranos. She received her Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Ottawa under the tutelage of the late Joan Maxwell.
Ms. Dziubaniuk had won several Vocal Scholarships which enabled her to further her studies at the Kiev Conservatory (Kiev, Ukraine), the Sixth International Interpretation Courses (Piestany, Slovakia) and the European Mozart Academy (Krakow; Kraskow, Poland).

She had studied under such great artists, pedagogues, conductors and vocal coaches as: Ella Akritova, Eva Blahova, Sandra Graham, Magdalena Hajossyova, Heidi Klassen, Donna Klimoska, Joanne Kolomyjec, Ingemar Korjus, Kerstin Meyer, Peter Mikulas, Konstantin Oxnyevoy, Maria Pellegrini, Louis Quilico, Gary Reylea, Alexander Savtchenko, Charlotte Stewart, Benite Valente and Qiaoyu Wang; Yves Abel, Andrei Bedros, Mario Bernardi, David Currie, Laurence Ewashko, Ermanno Florio, Brian Law, Daniel Lipton, Miklos Takacs and Timothy Vernon; Jeanette Aster, Louise-Andree Baril, Claudette Denys, David Golub, Stuart Hamilton, Greta Kraus, Michael McMahon, Aurele Nicolet, Eric Trudel and Jurg Wyttenbach.

She was a laureate in numerous Scholarships and Canadian Vocal Music Competitions:

  • 1996 EUROPEAN MOZART FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP;
  • 1993 CZECH & SLOVAK MUSIC COMPETITION;
  • 1993 EUGEN SUCHON SCHOLARSHIP;
  • 1993 BRIAN LAW OPERA SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION;
  • 1993 OTTAWA MUSIC CLUB SCHOLARSHIP; in the prestigious
  • 1992 CANADIAN MUSIC COMPETITION’S, “International Stepping Stones,” FOND DES AMIS DE L’ART”;
  • 1992 HARMELODIC MUSIC CLUB SCHOLARSHIP and the UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA’S
  • 1991 CONCERTO COMPETITION.

She was a member/associate artist in several Opera Companies in Ottawa, Canada from 1991-2007.

From 2006-07, she was a member of “Ooh La La Opera!” An opera company which showcased artists from the national capital region and beyond through concerts, opera in concert with a “twist,” and an unconventional blend of opera and theatre.

From 2004-06, she was a member of Bytown Opera Works where she performed the roles of Lola (GALLANTRY); Helene (HIN UND ZURUCK); Violetta (LA TRAVIATA).

In 1995, she was a member of Opera Breva Ottawa where she performed the roles of Lola (GALLANTRY) and M’selle Warbelwell (THE IMPRESSARIO).

From 1991-97, she was a member of Opera Lyra Ottawa Associate Artist Program. In this milieu, she had the opportunity to understudy lead roles like: Rosalinda (DIE FLEDERMAUS); Marguerite (FAUST); Pamina (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE); Mimi/Musetta (LA BOHEME); Countess/Susanna (LE NOZZE DI FIGARO); Gilda (RIGOLETTO).

In 2006, Ms. Dziubaniuk was a featured soloist in Evelyn Stroobach’s CD “Aurora Borealis” and in 1997 for St. John the Evangelist’s CD “Panis Angelicus.” In 1993, she helped in creating and performing a radio commercial for Ottawa Kiwanis Music Festival, called “Opera Woman.”

Opera, Oratorio, Concert and Chamber Music performances have taken her through North America, Europe and the Middle East. Notable among them include: CBC; SRC Jeunes Artistes; Opera Lyra Ottawa; Ooh la la Opera; Bytown Opera Works; Opera Breva; Opera Lyra Guild; Ottawa Chamber Festival; Thirteen Strings; Bel Canto Wind Quintet; Divertimento Orchestra; National Capital Opera Society; University of Ottawa Choir; Blackburn Chorus; Johannes Brahms Choir; Des Jeunesses Musicales du Canada; Les Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques; Philharmonic Society of Montreal; UQAM Choir; Toronto’s Ontario Place; Vancouver Russian Centre; Lancaster Opera House (U.S.A.); Krakow Opera House, Krakow Stu Theatre and Concert Halls (POLAND); Concert Halls in Bratislava and Piestany(SLOVAKIA); Kiev Opera House and Concert Halls (UKRAINE).

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