Solomia is a Las Vegas-based singer, composer, and author born and raised in Kyiv, Ukraine.
This site features Solomia’s brand-new “ARIA" album, which is focused on the popularization of great opera hits.
Solomia brings a fresh impact in her interpretation of everlasting classics. She experiments by combining original melodies with bright vocal improvisations, jazzy and pop bass lines, and makes classics sound unexpectedly modern.
Solomia writes and performs music in different styles (Jazz, Blues, Rock, Pop, Adult Contemporary, Classical, Acoustics, World, and Music for Kids). By performing in various countries, she provides her mission of cultural diplomacy.
Among her feature events are a solo concert as a part of the official reception devoted to the 20th Anniversary of Ukrainian Independence, performed at the invitation of the Chief of the European Council (Strasbourg, France, 2011); charity tour, and fundraising for Ukrainian orphans of the Russian-Ukrainian war (USA, 2016); the signature song of the Ukrainian show at New York Fashion Week (2015), music for "Shevchenko Live. Lesya’s Testament" film (directed by S. Bihun, 2015) and many more.
Solomia studied opera singing at the vocal faculty of the National Academy of Music (Ukraine, 2003-2007). Also, she got her BA in Art Studies and MA in Journalism from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine, 1998-2005).
She is a winner and a laureate of a number of national, international, and worldwide competitions on vocals and composition: Billboard World Song Contest (USA, 2007, 2009); Song of the Year (USA, 2007); Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards (Canada, 2007) and others.
Solo albums: "Solomia" (2007); "Rondo" (2011); "Birthday" (2011); "Shadow" (2019); "Sky Flight" (2019) and "Aria" (2020).
Singles: "Carmen" (2019), "La Traviata" (2019) and "Serenade" (2019).
Books: "Touch" - a book of poetry (1998); "Necklace" - a book of poetry (2005); "Troyan Horses of TV Advertisement" - a best-seller on mind manipulation (2007); "Dialogues With The Silence" - a book of poetry (2014) and "Angel's Schoolbook" - an antidepressant novel (2016, 2017).