Marguerite Faust, Nedda Pagliacci, Donna Elvira, Donna Anna Don Giovanni, Susana, Rosina Le nozze di Figaro, Adina L'elisir d'amore, Violetta La Traviata, Magda La rondine, Tatyana Eugene Onegin, Belinda Dido and Aeneas (Ural State Conservatory Musical Theatre), Livietta Livietta and Tracolo Pergolesi (Sverdlovsk State Academic Theatre of The Musical Comedy), Fiordiligi Cosi fan tutte (Saint Petersburg State Conservatory), Gilda Rigoletto, Miss Shlesin Satyagraha, Tatyana Eugene Onegin, Prilepa The Queen of Spades, Musetta La bohème, Frasquita, Micaela Carmen, Marfa The Tsar's Bride, Ksenia Boris Godunov (Ekaterinburg)
V International contest of young performers "Russian Union of talents", Sochi (1st Prize, 2008), Claudia Taev International Competition, Pärnu (3rd Prize, 2013), Boris Shtokolov International Competition, Saint Petersburg (2nd Prize, 2014), Romansiada International Competition, Moscow (1st Prize, 2015), New Opera World International Competition, Moscow (1st Prize, 2016)
Elena Obraztsova, Elisabeth Vidal & Andre Cognet, Richard Barret, Lucy Arner, Antonio Barasorda, William Woodroof, Violetta Zabbi, Alexander Winterson, Mariella Devia
M. Mussorgsky Ural State Conservatoire, N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory
Olga Tenyakova graduated from Ural State Conservatory named after MP Mussorgsky and has mastered her skills with Elena Obraztsova, Elisabeth Vidal and Andre Cognet, Richard Barret, Lucy Arner, Antonio Barasorda, William Woodroof, Violetta Zabbi, and Alexander Winterson.
Her vast operatic repertoire prolongs from scenes and arias in works by Purcell, Handel, Pergolesi, to the soprano parts in Bach and Pergolesi cantatas. She was heard as Marguerite in Gounod's Faust, Nedda in Pagliacci, Donna Elvira and Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Susana, Rosina in Le nozze di Figaro, Adina in L'elisir d'amore, Violetta in La Traviata, Magda in Puccini's La rondine, and Tatyana in Eugene Onegin.
In 2011 Olga Tenyakova performed Belinda in Dido and Aeneas at the Ural State Conservatory Musical Theatre.
In the season 2012-13, she was a guest soloist of the Sverdlovsk State Academic Theatre of The Musical Comedy, where she debuted as Livietta in Pergolesi's Livietta and Tracolo.
Her other engagements include the roles of Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte (Saint Petersburg State Conservatory), Gilda in Rigoletto, Miss Shlesin in Satyagraha, Tatyana in Eugene Onegin, Prilepa in The Queen of Spades, Musetta in La bohème, Frasquita, Micaela in Carmen, Marfa in The Tsar's Bride, and Ksenia in Boris Godunov (all in Ekaterinburg).
Olga Tenyakova is the winner of the V International contest of young performers "Russian Union of talents" in Sochi (1st Prize, 2008), Claudia Taev International Competition in Pärnu (3rd Prize, 2013), Boris Shtokolov International Competition in Saint Petersburg (2nd Prize, 2014), Romansiada International Competition in Moscow (1st Prize, 2015), and New Opera World International Competition in Moscow (1st Prize, 2016).
The Passenger - Katya - Ekaterinburg State Opera, 2016
Sie wird von Olga Tenyakova mit einem klangvollen Sopran gesungen. Nach beiden Arien spendete das Publikum Szenenapplaus!
- Klaus Billand, Der Neue MerkerRead the article
Olga Tenyakova delivered purity and an old-fashioned feel to Katya’s a cappella aria.
- David Karlin, BachtrackRead the article
Carmen - Michaela - Ekaterinburg State Opera, 2015
Olga Tenyakova’s bright sound message makes her Micaëla equal to the main female character, a worthy opponent of Carmencita. The Theatre’s orchestra under the baton of Michael Güttler showed great job. The interpretation of the German conductor turned out to be very pastel, which was convenient for the soloists, but quite surprising for the drama with such intensity of emotions.
- Alexander Matusevich, De capo al fineRead the article
Satyagraha - Miss Schlesen - Ekaterinburg State Opera, 2015
The soloists did their best: Vladimir Cheberyak brilliantly performed the role of Mahatma Gandhi – both as an actor and singer. Among female characters, Olga Tenyakova as Gandhi’s Secretary Miss Schlesen stood out and gained the garland.