Fotina Naumenko is an engaging performer who has been praised for her commanding stage presence and "sweet" (Music in Cincinnati) coloratura soprano voice. She enjoys singing a wide variety of genres including opera, oratorio, art song, musical theater, choral and contemporary music both as a soloist and chamber musician.

         Recent performance highlights include the symphonic premiere of Sondheim on Sondheim with the Boston Pops; Considering Matthew Shepard with Cincinnati's Vocal Arts Ensemble under the direction of GRAMMY® award-winning conductor Craig Hella Johnson; Debussy's Nocturnes (III. Sirènes) with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; and selections from Shostakovich's Satires, Op. 109, at the 2017 Constella Festival as part of a program entitled From Russia with Love.


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