BIOGRAPHY

Georgia Burashko

Canadian mezzo-soprano Georgia Burashko has been hailed as “a model of expressiveness” and “emotionally evocative” (Opera Going Toronto). Based in Den Haag, Netherlands, Georgia is a winner of The Dutch Classical Talent, which earned her a solo recital tour of her own curation through The Netherlands in 2023-24.

This season, Georgia looks forward to a global tour with Les Arts Florissants and Jardin des Voix, Handel's Messiah with both the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and Edmonton Symphony, and making her debut at The Bach Festival in Leipzig with the Netherlands Bach Society.

Operatic credits include Nerone (Agrippina), Juno (Orphée aux Enfers), Tirinto (Imeneo), Zosha (Farewell Auschwitz), Cari Bayar (Lizée and Ivany’s No Ones Safe), Dritte Dame (Die Zauberflöte), and Zerlina (Don Giovanni) in which she was praised for her, “heartfelt delivery, her luminous voice matching her radiant beauty” (Opera Canada).

In the summer of 2022, Georgia released her debut album with Italian harpist Michela Amici entitled “Dal suono dolcissimo”. Featuring a track list of 17th century Italian music, and new works for voice and baroque harp. Burashko and Amici toured their program in recital across both Italy and the Netherlands.