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Victoria Yasterbova was born in Rostov-on-the-Don/Russia. She has been a soloist of the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg since 2002. Beside Mariinsky, she has appeared at Teatro alla Scala Milan, Millennium Centre Cardiff, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Aalto Theater Essen, Royal Opera House Muscat and many others.
In the 2009/10 season she made her Covent Garden debut as Oksana in Tchaikovsky´s “Cherevichki”. One of her many notable roles is the leading role in Tosca which she played at the Mariinsky Theatre, Opera Leipzig, Theater Saarbrücken and at the Opera Theatre in Cagliari. She also sang a concert performances of “Tosca” with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, alongside Bryn Terfel. To other roles that she played count Elisabetta in “Don Carlo”, Musetta in “La Bohème”, Tatiana in “Evgeny Onegin” and the leading role in “Iolanta”. At the Savonlinna opera Festival she performed the lead role in “Madama Butterfly”.
Beside her frequent opera appearances Ms. Yastrebova can also be heard in concert performances in some of the most prestigious halls in the world, such as London´s Barbician Hall where, in the 2010/11 season, she sang Rachmaninov´s “The Bells” as well as Mahler 8th Symphony. Other remarkable perfomances are Verdi´s “Requiem” in the Mikkeli Festival, Richard Strauss´ “Vier letzte Lieder” at the Easter Festival and White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg and Beethoven´s IX Symphony in Rotterdam and in Eilat. Alongside her international career, Ms. Yasterbovacontinues to sing an extensive repertoire at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Victoria Yastrebova sings Mimi from G. Puccini's opera "La Bohème" at the Mariinsky Theater
Victoria Yastrebova sings the title role in Tschaikowsky's opera "Iolanta" at the Mariinsky Theater
Victoria Yastrebova sings the title role in Verdi's opera "Aida" at the Mariinsky Theater