Puccini La Boheme, Musetta's Waltz
Quando me'n vo'

Rachmaninov Vocalise
Melodie (arr. Volodos), piano solo

Puccini Gianni Schicci
O mio babbino caro

Lehar Meine Lippen sie kussen so heiss


Ukranian-born Oksana Sliubyk graduated with distinction from The Lviv National Academy of Music. She continues her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the guidance of Susan Waters.

In 2011 she made her debut as Adina in L’elisir D’amore Donizetti with Lviv National Academy Opera Studio. Since then she has often performed with Lviv Philharmonic Society and the Lviv National Opera Theatre.

In 2013 she became a bursary recipient from The University of Ottawa and was accepted to study at one of the world’s leading schools, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Since then she became a two-time winner of the Opera Awards Foundation bursary and the Guildhall School of Drama scholarship. Oksana appears in many recitals, master classes and productions of The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and The Opera Awards Foundation.

Oksana is grateful for the generous support of her studies from The Opera Awards Foundation, Serena Fenwick and Talent Unlimited.

Accompanied by Yoko Misumi

Kyoto born Japanese Pianist Yoko Misumi has built a reputation as one of the most compelling
chamber musician and accompanist in London music scene. She has appeared in major concert halls
such as Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Kings Place, St.Martn-in-the-fields, St.John’s Smith Square and
Adrian Boult Hall. Her close collaboraton with the cellist Stjepan Hauser and the violinist Lana
Trotovsek as a piano trio and duo partners has brought sensational success throughout Europe and
USA. As a soloist, she has performed with conductors such as James Judd and Barry Wordworth.
Born in Kyoto to a musical family, Yoko started very early her piano lessons, showing at a very early
age her talent and musicianship. At age 14 she was already a prize-winner of Kyoto Piano
Competition. Her talent was recognised by Russian pianist Nina Sereda the pupil of Heinrich Neuhaus,
which brought her to London. The internatonally acclaimed pianist Mar no Tirimo as a mentor, she
has achieved winning internatonal competitions and prizes in UK and Italy. She has completed her
master degree in performance and ar st diploma in Guildhall School of Music and Drama with
distnction under the guidance of Caroline Palmer and Eugene As . She is currantly a professional
accompanist at Guildhall school of music and drama.
She has participated in master classes with prominent musicians such as Stephen Kovacevich,
Menahem Pressler, Bernard Greenhouse, Dietrich Banhoeffer, Neal Larrabee, Elisabeth
Dvorak-Weissmar, Kiri Te Kanawa, Ralph Kirshbaum, Rivka Golani, William Aide, Norma Fischer and
Dmitri Alexeev.
‘The Greenwich Trio’ together with Stjepan Hauser and Lana Trotovsek became one of the most
eminent Piano Trio in London musical scene. Bernard Greenhouse as their mentor in past, their
success has lead to USA and througout Europe. Their awards include Sol Founda on Award, Tunnel
Trust Award and the first prize in the Carlo Mosso International Chamber music competition. The
Greenwich Trio CD was released by Meridian Records, London in 2012 and her ‘Romantic Trios’ CD
together with Stjepan Hauser (2cello) and Leslie Craven (principal clarinetist in welsh national opera)
is available from Denmore Records. Moreover, her CD with Lana Trotovsek (Violin) was released in
2013 from Meridian Records. In 2014 she recorded the chamber music of irish composer Roma
Cafolla together with lana trotovsek, leslie craven. Recently she has released a CD with Marko Zupan
and Boris Bizjak, a world premier transcription for two flutes and piano of Mozart piano

See Oksana at Asia House on 29 September at 1pm