Oksana Mavrodii


' I'm passionate about giving back to the music community.'

Glasgow Male Voice Philharmonic Choir. 
I started singing with the choir as a guest soloist.

In 2010 I was offered the position of  assistant conductor and this role continues. The choir is very well known and everyone gives their best  to achieve a high standard.

Eastwood Choral Singers 
I was appointed Musical Director of this choir  in September 2016. 

We are all excited about this Spring's concert , 'Messe Chorale' and the rehearsals are full of action  and hard work.

Choral Conducting

Lesmahagow Male  Voice Choir

I have been the principal conductor since 2012 and really enjoying working with this talented and  witty bunch.  I am proud to be part of a great tradition - next year the choir will celebrate its 95th anniversary!


Performing, conducting, voice coaching

For the past 16 years, I've refined my technique and musicianship . The result of my labours is a string of successful performances, along with audience and critical acclaim.      

Originally from Ukraine, I now live in Glasgow, Scotland. As well as classical music, I also enjoy singing contemporary music and in this regard I am proud to have worked  with such world renowned composers as Jannot Heinen(Luxemburg) and Artin Poturlyan (Bulgaria).

 I also took part in the contemporary music festival 'Musica Nova' in Sofia, Bulgaria.

I am keen on promoting Eastern European music and at my concerts I always sing something from my Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Russian repertoire.

About Me


From a very early age, Oksana displayed a passion for  music. At 5 years old she went to the local music school and then on to Music College where she  graduated with distinction in 'Choral Conducting'.

She then went to study voice with prof. L. Stefanova at the Sofia Music Academy, Bulgaria and received a Bachelors and Master Degree in Opera Singing. During her time in Sofia she took part in a large number of concerts and won Academic and National competitions as well as being a laureate of the National Operetta Competition 'Mimi Balkanska' held in Sofia, Bulgaria. in 2000 she was awarded the 'George Soros Scholarship' for her outstanding study.

After graduating with 'high achievement', Oksana decided to further her education and moved to Germany to study under prof. M. Schiml at the Misukhochschule, Karlsruhe. While studying there she attended master classes with L. Bizzi and H. Zadek.  Prior to completing her studies in Germany, Oksana participated in a number of concerts and sung Belisa in the Paisiello opera 'Il Re Teodoro in Venezia' performed in the Karlsruhe Operahaus.

In 2008 she was awarded aa PGdip in Opera Singing in the RSAMD, Glasgow under P. Hay.