Soloist of the National Ensemble of Soloists “Kyiv Kamerata”. A leading performer of classical chamber and avant-garde music in Ukraine.
During her solo career, she presented to the public the premiere performances of many Ukrainian composers: Alla Zagaykevich, Volodymyr Runchak, Oleg Bezborodko, Viktoriya Polyova, Yulia Gomelska, Maksym Kolomiyets, Oleksand Levkovych, Virko Baley and others.
Inna Galatenko performed the most complex modern avant-garde works.
In 2003, for the first time among Eastern European countries, she recorded Arnold Schoenberg’s cycle “Moon Pierrot”.
For the first time in Ukraine, on the stage of the Kyiv Philharmonic, she performed the work of the outstanding French composer Andriy Volkonsky “Traveling Concert” accompanied by the National Orchestra of Ukraine conducted by Ihor Blazhkov.
The singer participated in many Ukrainian and international music festivals and projects both in Ukraine and abroad. She had numerous tours both in Ukraine and abroad, she performed in France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Latvia, Great Britain and the USA.
She was a participant in the project “Masterpieces of Ukrainian Music of the 70s and 90s”, implemented with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Fund, within the framework of which she performed and recorded the “Two Psalms” by Valentina Bibik.
She took part in the grand opening of the iconic Ukrainian festival “Bouquet Kyiv Stage” in 2018, and has been a regular participant in its concert programs.
For the first time in Ukraine, she performed Gustav Mahler’s “Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen” arranged by Arnold Schoenberg on the stages of the Kyiv and Dnipro philharmonies.
Over the past 20 years, Inna has been closely cooperating with the outstanding contemporary composer Valentin Sylvestrov and presents his vocal music in many countries of the world. She is the first performer of all the composer’s vocal and vocal-symphonic works of recent decades. In close cooperation with the maestro, she recorded several CDs of his vocal miniatures.
In 2020, the world-famous Naxos company released a disc of chamber and symphonic works by Valentin Sylvestrov, in which the singer performed the composer’s cantatas of various styles and years of writing, including the famous avant-garde “Ode to the Nightingale” based on a poem by John Keats. The program was recorded with the accompaniment of the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra conducted by the American conductor, nominee for the “Grammy” award, Christopher Lyndon-Gee.
In the fall of 2022, as part of the Ukrainian Culture Week in the city of Oxford (England), presented by the “Bouquet Kyiv Stage” festival, she performed the “Music of Poetry” program in honor of the celebration of Valentin Sylvestrov’s anniversary.