Ukrainian mezzo-soprano Tetyana Asadcheva, after graduating from R. Glier Kyiv Institute of Music in 2010 and P. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine (Kyiv Conservatory) in 2013, has a busy performing career. She continues to polish her vocal technique and stage mastery under the tutelage of G. Verdi Milan Conservatory's Associate professor Jenny Anvelt and conductor Elio Orciuolo (Bari, Italy) .
Tetyana is a laureate of the International Competition for Vocalists "Art of the XXI Century" in Finland (2009), and a Diploma winner of the International Competition of Klaipeda (Lithuania, 2016).
Tetyana's repertoire of chamber classical music is extensive. It consists of lied and romances, sacred masterpieces and Ukrainian traditional folk songs. She and her constant collaborator, piano soloist of the National House of Organ and Chamber Music Maxim Sidorenko, perform regular recitals in Ukrainian chamber venues, including Chernihiv Philharmonic Centre, Chernivtsi Organ Hall, Bila Tserkva House of Organ and Chamber Music, Poltava Concert Hall "Lystopad". In 2017, she sung an alto solo in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater with Poltava Symphony Orchestra.
Tetyana's opera repertoire includes Orpheus from Gluck's Orpheus and Eurydice, Bizet's Carmen, Verdi's Ulrica from Ballo in Maschera and Maddalena from Rigoletto, Dalila from Samson et Dalila by Saint-Saens, Olga from Eugene Onegin and Pauline from The Queen of Spades by Tchaikovsky.