The chief director of the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre headed the All-Ukrainian Symphony Orchestra
The chief director of the Odessa National Opera and Ballet Theater, Eugene Lavrenchuk , headed the newly created All-Ukrainian Symphony Orchestra.
The new team is named the All-Ukrainian Symphony Orchestra and the choir “Ukrainian Inclusive Choir and Orchestra”. The funding and leadership of the new team was approved by the Expert Council of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. The project will be produced by Dmitry Balashov and Natalya Martynyuk.
The first concert programme of the choir and orchestra will take place before the end of 2020. Now, according to Eugene Lavrenchuk , the all-Ukrainian selection of performers and approval of the repertoire will start.
He was awarded by the prestigious Ukrainian theater prize named after Les Kurbas in February, 2020. For the shocking opera “La Traviata”.
For staging an opera performance, the Les Kubas Prize was awarded for the first time, emphasize the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Sports of Ukraine.
Eugene Lavrenchuk was born in 1982 in Lviv. In 2003 he graduated from the Russian Institute of Theater Arts (workshop of Roman Viktyuk) with a degree as opera director, then graduated from the High Courses of choreography at the Maria Curie-Warehouse University (Lublin, Poland), and High Courses of directors of feature films (Moscow). Since March 2018, he has been appointed chief director of the Odessa National Opera and Ballet Theater.
Eugene is the author of more than 30 productions on different Ukrainian and foreign stages. Carries out productions and active pedagogical activity in Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Lithuania and Israel. The author of the teaching methods of acting and directing. Fluent in Ukrainian, English, Polish, Hebrew, Russian and French.