From an early age Vladyslava Luchenko developed a deep love for music. At just age five, she received her first piano and violin lessons and by age seven she began her studies at the Lysenko Music School for highly-gifted children in Kiev.
 
After winning first prize in an international competition, she gave her debut at the age of 11 as a soloist with the Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra. With this early success she caught the attention of the Vladimir Spivakov Institution in Moscow and the corporation "Friends of Ukraine in Switzerland.” Soon after, Prof. Zakhar Bron invited Ms. Luchenko to study in his class at the Zurich University of the Arts. Later, she continued her education with professor Stephan Picard in the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin. Since 2014, she is Artist in Residence at the "Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel" in Belgium, under the direction of Augustin Dumay. 

Ms. Luchenko has won numerous international competitions such as the Duttweiler-Hug Wettbewerb in Zurich, second prizes in the Concorso Internazionale Violinistico Andrea Postacchini in Fermo, Italy and the Concours International de Violon Tibor Varga in Martigny, where she also won the Public Prize and the Special Prize for the best interpretation of a work study from B. Bártok. She is also the prize holder of the "Rotary Excellence Price " in Lugano and Migros Kulturprozent in Zurich. 

Ms. Luchenko has performed as a soloist with the Ukrainian Radio and State Orchestras, Verbier Festival and Luzerner Symphony Orchestras, as well as with Orchestra Virtuosi Italiani and Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie in 2014. Currently, she is a concertmaster of the Sinfonie Orchester Biel Solothurn in Switzerland. 

Vladyslava Luchenko performs on Francesco Gobetti violin of 1710, on loan from a private collection.

Vladyslava Luchenko