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Yuliya Ostapchuk

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About Yuliya

Studying master's degree of music (violin) at The Royal College of Music.
Violinist
London

From a young age, violinist Yuliya Ostapchuk has been awarded prizes at several international competitions across Europe and has participated in masterclasses with teachers such as Michael Strycharz, Igor Ozim, Mikyung Lee, Berent Korfker and Tasmin Little. Yuliya was born in Lviv, Ukraine. She began learning the violin aged six, with Oksana Andreyko and later, with Maria Futorska at the S.Krushelnytska Music School of Lviv. Yuliya has also performed concerti with orchestras in Ukraine, Slovakia and the UK. At the age of 12, Yuliya moved to England to study at the Purcell School of Music as a recipient of The Music and Dance Scheme Scholarship and The Helen Roll Charity where she studied the violin with Evgeniy Grach and later, under the Head of Strings, Charles Sewart. In that time, she won the concerto prize at Ealing Festival, performed recitals at the Milton Court as well as the Wigmore Hall, made her debut of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.1 with the Sidcup Symphony Orchestra conducted by James Ross and led the Purcell Orchestra at the Deal Festival as well as at The Duke’s Hall. Yuliya won the Arthur Felsenstein Leavers award just before joining The Royal Academy of Music in September 2017, under the guidance of So-Ock Kim and Philippe Honore and as a recipient of the Mr and Mrs Steven Smith Scholarship award as well as St Marylebone Educational Foundation Award and Albert Cooper Music Charitable Trust Award, graduating with First-Class Honours. During this time she worked with esteemed conductors including John Wilson, Ryan Wigglesworth, Robert Trevino and Semyon Bychkov as part of Czech Philarmonic ‘Side by Side’ concert. Some ensembles outside the Academy Yuliya has been a part of include the Orien Orchestra, Hastings Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the City of London Soloists, performing Vivaldi’s ‘Winter’ with the ensemble. From September 2021, Yuliya Ostapchuk is a postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music in London, studying violin with Itzhak Rashkovsky. She is a Frederick Johnston Scholar as well as a recipient of The Stephen Bell Charitable Trust Award.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I can perform with backing tracks
I can perform while walking around a venue
Encore awards
3rd Encoreversary
Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Baroque, Classical crossover, Contemporary classical, Early music, Fanfare, Film / TV music, Medieval music, Musical theatre, Opera, Renaissance, Christmas, Contemporary Christian, Military, Traditional church music, Electronic, Ambient, Breakbeat, Deep house, Drum 'n' Bass, Dubstep, EDM, Electro-Swing, Electronica, Garage, House, IDM, Industrial, Jungle, Techno, Triphop, 1920s era music, 1930s era music, 1940s era music, 1950s era music, 1960s era music, 1970s era music, 1980s era music, 1990s era music, Folk, Bluegrass, Ceillidh, Country, Folk rock, Irish rock, Rockabilly, Traditional English folk, Traditional Irish folk, Traditional Scottish folk, Jazz, Blues, Cabaret, Dixieland, Gypsy jazz, Jazz fusion, Latin jazz, Modern jazz, Postmodern jukebox jazz, Ragtime, Swing, Barbershop, Gospel, Avant garde, Easy listening, Experimental, Light music, Marching, Noise music, Originals, Pop, Acoustic, Ambient pop, Americana, Covers, Disco, Funk, Funk rock, Hip Hop, Karaoke, Motown, R&B, Soul, Top 40, Tribute, Vintage, Rock, Alternative rock, Britpop, Classic rock, Glam rock, Hard rock, Hardcore, Heavy metal, Indie, Pop rock, Post rock, Power rock, Progressive rock, Punk rock, Rock 'n' Roll, Synth rock, World music, African music, Afrobeat, Arabic, Argentinian, Armenian, Asian music, Australian music, Balkan, Bavarian oompah, Bollywood, Bossa nova, Brazilian music, Calypso, Caribbean music, Choro, Cuban music, Cumbia, Flamenco, French music, German music, Greek music, Hawaiian music, Indian music, Italian music, Jewish music, Klezmer, Latin, Mariachi, Merengue, Polish music, Polka, Polynesian music, Reggae, Russian music, Salsa, Samba, Scottish music, Ska, Skiffle, Spanish music, Tango, Ibiza club, Ceilidh, Welsh folk
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Concert, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve, Funeral / Memorial service, Virtual event
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Other skills:
Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching, Singing teaching, Actor, Perfect pitch, Fluent sight-reader, Fluent improviser, Arranger, Transcription
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Song list

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCwV0I6ds2I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOTimrg9ae8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UlhS0Yh38g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5rEULGAMRc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u2JrXNAvFA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0xCb8c6AaU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7kx-5uu9qg

Reviews

From customers:

Jo C, 4 years ago

Her performance of Mozart and Prokofiev impressed both the preliminary panel and the second jury, who awarded her a scholarship of £4000 for each of the four years of the Bachelor programme at the Academy. Awards at the Academy are hotly contended by violinists of outstanding calibre. This result is a strong indication of our belief in Yuliya's talent and potential, and confidence in the likelihood of her reaching a very advanced level, with a high-profile professional performing career within her scope.

Charles S, 4 years ago

Yuliya is a highly talented and able violinist who demonstrates in her playing a very individual musical personality and vibrant energy. Yuliya is a natural performer who has the ability to engage with an audience through her thoughtful and creative interpretation which has been shown in many performances including solo work with symphony orchestra.

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