Teryn Kuzma

Ukrainian-American soprano Teryn Kuzma (she/her) is a versatile performer and musician of classical, contemporary, musical theater, and folk repertoire.

This past year, she sang in her Masters Degree recital, Songs of Strength, at Bard Conservatory, and workshopped the lead role of H’ala in Layale Chaker’s dynamic new opera, Ruinous Gods, which will premiere next summer at the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, NC.

Her recent performance credits include the title role in Leoš Janáček’s opera, The Cunning Little Vixen, singing the role of “Celia” in Iolanthe, and performing the role of “Luisa” in The Fantasticks.

Over the past five years, Teryn has been featured in performances with Hartford Opera Theater, Ohio Light Opera, UConn Opera Theater, Toronto Summer Music Festival, Berkshire Opera Festival, and the Ukrainian Art Song Project in Toronto.
In addition to her emerging singing career, Teryn is also devoted to maintaining the art of the bandura and Ukrainian music. In these solo recitals and special performances, she brings together the unique beauty of bandura with her voice. Since moving to Brooklyn, she has been working alongside Zoya Shepko of the band, Korinya, to revive the New York Bandura School, and looks forward to many performances to come in NYC.

Originally from Connecticut, she began studying voice at the Hartt School of Music. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Connecticut and her recent Masters Degree from the Bard Graduate Vocal Arts Program. For more information and upcoming events, visit www.terynkuzma.com

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