Soprano Fotina Naumenko, praised for her “radiant voice” (Boston Globe), is a versatile artist who enjoys performing a wide variety of vocal genres including opera, oratorio, art song, musical theater, choral and contemporary music, both as a soloist and chamber musician.

            Recent performance highlights include Castiglioni’s Cantus Planus at the Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music in which Fotina was praised for “seemingly inexhaustible” execution of “spectacular virtuosic hi-jinks” (Boston Musical Intelligencer); Considering Matthew Shepard at Los Angeles’s historic Ford Amphitheater with GRAMMY® award-winning Conspirare and conductor Craig Hella Johnson; a program of medieval Marian hymns with Cincinnati’s Caladrian Ensemble; as well as the roles of Sadie (Carlisle Floyd’s Slow Dusk) and Carmen Ghia (P.D.Q. Bach’s The Stoned Guest) with the Indianapolis Opera.


...a beautiful performance...
— The New York Times