Сo-artistic director

Kateryna Suprun was born in 1991 in Kiev, graduated from the Lysenko Kyiv Special Music School. In 2009-2014 she studied at the National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music with Professor Kulakov

Kateryna is the soloist of ‘Kyiv Camerata’ national ensemble of soloists, winner of international competitions, recipient of the Levko Revutskyi Prize, and first performer of more than 15 works by Ukrainian composers written for alto. As a soloist, she has collaborated with many national collectives of Ukraine.


In 2017, she received a Presidential grant to fulfill her ‘Ukrainian Quartet’ project. She was the violist of ‘Danapris String Quartet’ that successfully toured around Ukraine, Japan, Portugal, and Austria.


She recorded a CD of Ukrainian viola music for viola solo together with Golka Records (Lviv), which included works by the greatest composers of Ukraine – Valentin Silvestrov, Evgeny Stankovich, Oleksandr Levkovich, Bogdan Kryvopust and Zoltan Almasy. The CD was presented in October 2022 at the famous festival ‘Musikprotokoll’ in  Graz, Austria.


Kateryna has participated in festivals such as: ‘Contrasts’ (Lviv), ‘Kyiv Music Fest’ (Kyiv), ‘Premiers of the Season’ (Kyiv), ‘Two Days, Two Nights’ (Odesa), ‘New Music Touchpoints’ (Portugal), ‘Musikprotokoll’ (Austria), Days of Ukraine in Poland, Mishima Contemporary Music Days (Shizuoka, Japan), and others.


She has also toured around Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Romania, Switzerland, Lebanon, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Israel, Portugal, Japan.


Since February 24th, when Russia attacked Ukraine, Kateryna left Ukraine and currently lives in Berlin. Together with colleagues in March 2022, the Mriya refugee orchestra project was founded, which performs on the best stages in Germany and presents Ukrainian music in Europe. Kateryna leads an active solo musical career in Europe.