|W. A. Mozart||Die Zauberflöte||Papagena|
|W. A. Mozart||Le nozze di Figaro||Susanna|
|W. A. Mozart||Così fan tutte||Despina|
|F. Cavalli||Il Xerse||Amastre|
|F. Cavalli||Il Giasone||Isifile|
|C. F. Pollarolo||Il colore fa la regina||Gelinda|
|Ch. W. Gluck||Orphée ed Eurydice||Eurydice|
|F. von Flotow||Martha||2. Magd|
|J. Haydn||Il mondo della luna||Clarice|
|H. Purcell||Dido and Aeneas||Belinda|
|J. S. Bach||Matthäuspassion|
|J. S. Bach||Johannespassion|
|J. S. Bach||Ich bin vergnügt mit meinem Glücke (BWV 84)|
|J. S. Bach||Messe in h-Moll|
|L. van Beethoven||Klärchen-Lieder|
|R. Schumann||Das Paradies und die Peri|
|A. Berg||Sieben frühe Lieder|
In 2023, soprano Ekaterina Protsenko will appear as Papagena in Floris Visser’s production of Die Zauberflöte at Nederlandse Reisopera.
This summer, she made her successful debut as Amastre in Francesco Cavalli's Il Xerse at the Festival della Valle d'Itria under the baton of Federico Maria Sardelli and direction of Leo Muscato. She also sang at the “Concerto per lo spirito” with music of Claudio Monteverdi in the Basilica of San Martino with the Baroque orchestra Modo Antiquo.
In 2022, the soprano appeared with great success as Beppi in Gerd Kühr`s Stallerhof at Neue Oper Wien, for which she received a lot of attention from the Viennese press. Ekaterina made her Swedish debut at the International Vadstena Academy Festival as Gelinda in Pollarolo`s Il colore fa la regina at Vadstena gamla teater.
In 2021, she celebrated her debut as Eurydice in Gluck`s Orphée ed Eurydice at Theater an der Wien (Wiener Kammeroper) and gave a solo recital with the Russian baroque orchestra Pratum Integrum in Moscow.
In the autumn of 2019, Ekaterina appeared at the Wiener Konzerthaus with the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alexander Polishchuk. In the summer, she performed the role of Second maid in Flotow’s Martha at the jOPERA festival in Austria under the baton of Georg Fritsch and staging by KS Brigitte Fassbaender. She also sang Beethoven’s Klärchen-songs, alongside KS Thomas Hampson, with the Orchester Wiener Akademie, conducted by Martin Haselböck. In April 2019 she made her debut in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf as duet partner of tenor Yusif Eyvazov. She also performed excerpts from Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and Schumann’s Das Paradies und die Peri under the baton of Erwin Ortner in Schönbrunn Palace Theatre.
The soprano portrayed roles such as Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro) at the Sommerserenaden Graz and in a production of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Despina (Così fan tutte) in the South Korean Daegu National theatre, Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) at the Mozarthaus in Vienna, Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) in St. Petersburg and Clarice (Il mondo della Luna) at the jOPERA festival.
Ekaterina was awarded the 3rd prize at the International Haydn Competition in 2022. She is also the prizewinner of the International Singing Competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg in 2020, the International Singing Competition ‘Feruccio Tagliavini’ in 2016 and the winner of the singing competition ‘Bravo Barocco’ in St. Petersburg in 2013.
She took part in several master classes with Krassimira Stoyanova, Ileana Cotrubas, Elena Obraztsova, Giuseppe Sabbatini, Vesselina Kasarova, Robert Holl, Helmut Deutsch, Vladimir Chernov and Sergei Leiferkus.
Ekaterina Protsenko completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna under the tutelage of Univ.-Prof.in. KS Edith Lienbacher and the Master of Arts in Lied, Oratorio and Concert Performance under Prof. Florian Boesch.
We are very proud of our three young singers: Austrian tenor David Kerber, German soprano Isabel Weller and Russian soprano Ekaterina Protsenko who celebrate their debuts as Tamino, Pamina and Papagena in the beautiful semi-concertante production of Die Zauberflöte with the Nederlandse Reisopera, under the baton of Marcus Merkel.
They will be on tour in the Netherlands until the 23rd of February 2023.conitnue
Russian soprano Ekaterina Protsenko made her very successful debut at the Festival della Valle d’Itria in Martina Franca under the baton of Federico Maria Sardelli and the direction of Leo Muscato.conitnue