|Les pêcheurs de perles||Leila|
|W. A. Mozart||Così fan tutte||Fiordiligi|
|G. Puccini||La Bohème||Mimi, Musetta|
|M. Ravel||L’enfant et les sortilèges||La chatte|
|N. Rimsky-Korsakov||The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh||Fevroniya|
|J. Strauss||Die Fledermaus||Rosalinde|
|G. Verdi||Falstaff||Alice Ford|
|C. M. v. Weber||Der Freischütz||Agathe|
|P. I. Tschaikowsky||Eugen Onegin||Tatyana|
W. A. Mozart Requiem – soprano
Eugenia Dushina adds two new leading roles to her repertoire in 2017/18: Violetta in La traviata and Leila in Les pêcheurs de perles. She debuts Verdi's tragic heroine at the Oper Klosterneuburg Festival in July 2018, and the young priestess in Bizet's exotic opera at the Opera Bergen in August 2018. In the current season, she also returns to the roles of Tatyana in Eugene Onegin and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni. She stars in Tchaikovsky’s beloved opera at the Krasnoyarsk State Opera in February 2018, and appears in Mozart's masterpiece in Tel Aviv in May 2018, with the Israel Chamber Orchestra and conductor Ariel Zuckermann.
The Russian soprano's highlights of the 2016-17 season included the central role of Fevroniya in Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh at the Opera Bergen, Tatyana in Eugene Onegin at Vienna’s Schlosstheater Schönbrunn, and Nedda in Leoncavallo's Pagliacci at the Palanga Summer Festival in Lithuania.
Eugenia Dushina studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow and also began her singing career in Russia, where she appeared on a number of operatic stages. As a soloist of Moscow's historic Natalya Sats Musical Theater for Children, she sang smaller roles in works such as Bizet's Carmen and Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilèges. Before long she was making guest appearances in major roles all over Russia: Tatyana in Eugene Onegin and Mimì in La Bohème at the Saratov Opera, Nedda in Pagliacci, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus and Tchaikovsky's Iolanta at the Izhevsk State Opera, and Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte at the St. Petersburg Hermitage Opera.
In 2015, she moved to Europe in order to further develop her career. Since completing postgraduate studies at Vienna's University of Music and the Performing Arts in 2016, she made her European debut as Nedda in Pagliacci for the Oper Klosterneuburg Festival near Vienna and was hailed by the Austrian newspaper Kurier as "the discovery of the evening". She has also recently sung Alice Ford in Verdi's Falstaff and Rosalinde in Strauss's Die Fledermaus at the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn in co-productions with the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Other roles she has added to her repertoire include Puccini’s Musetta and Liù, Verdi’s Desdemona and Leonora (Il trovatore), and Weber’s Agathe.
Eugenia Dushina has won prizes at several major international competitions including the Grand Prix Maria Callas, Feruccio Tagliavini Competition, and Glinka International Vocal Contest. In addition to her operatic roles, she has appeared on important concert stages all over Europe and Russia, and her work has also been recorded. She has performed in Rimsky-Korsakov's opera-ballet The Golden Cockerel at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, participated in the Russian premiere of Britten’s Death in Venice, which was conducted in a concert performance by Gennady Rozhdestvensky in Moscow, and was a featured soloist in Vladimir Ashkenazy’s recording of Rachmaninov’s Monna Vanna, made for the Ondine label.
Soprano Eugenia Dushina will star as Nedda in Leoncavallo’s I Pagliacci, a role she sang last summer at the Oper Klosterneuburg, at the Palanga concert hall, Lithuania on 3rd and 4th August 2017.conitnue