Katie Manukyan — Eugene Onegin’s Tatiana

We are excited to introduce our Tatiana, Katie Manukyan. Dr. Manukyan is an Instructor of Slavic languages at the University of Pittsburgh, and we are proud that she is also the primary Russian diction coach for this production of “Eugene Onegin”!


Soprano Katie Manukyan has quickly become a regional favorite for the beauty and strength of her voice as well as for her specialization in Slavic repertoire. In 2016 Katie made five role debuts and was selected as a winner at the Pittsburgh Concert Society Major Artist Auditions. Notable roles in Katie’s repertoire include: Cio-cio-san (Madama Butterfly), Pamina (The Magic Flute), Gorislava (Ruslan and Ludmila), and her upcoming debut as Tatiana (Eugene Onegin) with Undercroft Opera in February of 2017. Katie frequently appears in principal roles with Undercroft Opera, Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, and Bel Cantanti Opera (Washington DC) and with the ensemble of Pittsburgh Opera. Katie received musical training at Northwestern University, Tchaikovsky Musical College-Conservatory in Moscow, Russia, and The Ohio State University. www.katiemanukyan.com

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