Oleksandra Didenko was born in Ukraine. She studied at Prokofiev Donetsk State Music Academy in Ukraine from 2004 to 2009 where she got her Master.
From 2007 to 2013 she worked at Donetsk Opera and Ballet Theatre.
From 2013 to 2014 she enhanced her techniques and skills at Alfred Schnittke International Academy in Germany, in Hambourg, then at Versailles Conservatory.
In 2019, she validated a Master at Paris-Saclay University.
She began her experience in opera with roles like Cherubino in Le Nozze di Fagiaro, Third Dame in Die Zauberflöte from Mozart, Masha and Polina in The Queen of Spades, Olga in Eugene Onegin from Tchaikovsky, Liubasha in The Bride of the Tsar from Rimsky-Korsakov and Suzuki in Madame Butterfly from Puccini.
She is working and enhancing her techniques with maestros: Helena Wassiliewa, Reri Grist, Richard Levitt, Anthony Roden, Holger Lampson and Gabriella Ravazzi.
Today she is working in Paris.
Among the recently performed roles by Oleksandra:
2020 Puccini. MadamaButterfly. Suzuki. Teatro Mancinelli, Orvieto, Italy
2019 Verdi. Falstaff. Mrs. Quickly. Teatro Mancinelli, Orvieto, Italy
2019 Gluck / Berlioz. Orphée et Eurydice. Orphée. Île-de-France, France
2018 Verdi. Un Ballo in Maschera. Ulrica. Teatro Mancinelli, Orvieto, Italy
2018 Mozart. Die Zauberflöte. Third Dame. Viroflay Culture Centre, France
2018 Tchaikovsky. E.Onegin. Olga. Il-de-France, France
2017 Verdi. Macbeth. Dame. Gérard-Philippe Théâtre, Saint-Cyr-Ecole, France
2016 Lemonnier. Oratorio. Alto. Theatre Montansier, Versailles, France.
Recitals and concerts:
2019 Mussorgsky. Songs and Dances of Death / Wagner. Wesendonck lieder / Shostakovich. Creation. Association Internationale “Dimitri Chostakovitch”, Paris, France.
2018 Shostakovich. From Jewish Folk Poetry. Association Internationale “Dimitri Chostakovitch”, Paris, France
2017 Handel. Ode for the birthday of Queen Anne. Under musical director of the orchestra of Land Forces of France, Invalides, Paris.
2016 Shostakovich. 6 Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva / Mahler, Kindertotenlieder. Association Internationale “Dimitri Chostakovitch”, Paris, France.