Tatyana Galitskaya received her musical education in Belarus. She graduated from the Republican Arts College, studying choral conducting. She entered Belarus Academy of Music and studied vocal-choral literature at the department of canto singing with professor Lubov Kasporskaya.
She began performing at the age of 14, singing solo parts (“Peter Pan”, “Puss in Boots”, “Magic Music”, “Carmen”) with The Juniors Opera Studio affiliated with The State Theater of Opera and Ballet. In 1996 she joined The State Chamber Chorus in Minsk, Belarus, performing with this group as a soloist from1998-2002. During this time she toured Poland, Germany, Norway and Luxembourg. Her solo repertoire included works from the Baroque and Classical periods such as Handel, Haydn and Schubert.
She also appeared as a soprano soloist with Minsk’s group called Kapella “Sonorus”. Other engagements included the soprano solos in Mozart Requiem and Kozlovsky’s Requiem in France, Spain and Italy. Her solo recitals include arias and romances by Russian and European composers. In 2003 she sang the title role in “Juditta” by F. Legar with The Belarus State Musical Theater in Minsk. Tatyana is equally at home in music theater, opera, chamber and folk music styles.
Tatyana arrived in the United States in 2004. She currently performs with the Ama Deus Ensemble and The Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, as well as singing solo recitals in the Philadelphia area.