| Kiev, Ukraine|
Folk music, Pop music
| April 12, 1981 (age 34) (1981-04-12) |
Nina Matviyenko, Arsen Mirzoyan, Kvitka Cisyk, Oleksandr Ponomariov
Antonina Matviyenko Wikipedia
Antonina Matviyenko (Антоніна Матвієнко) — is a Ukrainian singer. She is known for her timbre of voice and manner of singing.
Antonina was born on April 12, 1981 in Kiev, Ukraine. Nina Matviyenko, her mother, had a big influence on Antonina. In 1991, when Antonina was just ten years of age, she went with her mother on a tour of the USA – those were the first performances of her life.
In 2010, Antonina completed her studies at the Kiev University of National Culture and Art and earned two Master's degrees in PR Management and in Folk Singing.
At first, Antonina was working in an art gallery and then in an advertising agency.
In 2002, she received The Diploma for the "National Competition of Pop Singing."
In 2006, Antonina became a soloist of chamber orchestra "Kiev Kamerata,» where her mother sang. After the first audition an artistic director of the ensemble joked: «Matviyenko (Nina) was dismissed – Antonina was accepted».
In 2007, the singer recorded her first song.
In 2011, she took part in the first season of show Holos Krayiny (The Voice of the Country) and reached second place.
The singer has about twenty songs in her repertoire. Also, she is now recording a new album.