Oksana Dyka was born in the Zhytomyr region of the Ukraine. She graduated from the National Music Academy of Ukraine in 2004 where she studied with Kondratiuk and Stefiuk. Since 2001 Oksana has sung at the National Opera of Ukraine in Kyiv.
She has won awards at several international singing competitions including Marseille Competition in 2003 in France and Lysenko Competition 2002 in Kyiv.
She has an extensive opera repertoire that includes parts such as Nedda in 'I Pagliacci', Leonora in 'il Trovatore', Maria 'Mazeppa', and Tatiana in 'Eugene Onegin'. Oksana is also acclaimed as a chamber and oratorical performer, and tours in Ukraine and abroad with renowned orchestras and at international festivals. Amongst her recent engagements were Britten’s 'War Requiem' at Britten Festival Kyiv in 2004 and concert for the inauguration of Victor Yuschenko as Ukrainian President in Kyiv in January 2005.
She has just sung 'Tosca' at the Montpellier Opera and Desdemona in 'Otello' at the Estonian National Opera and at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival and Shostakovich 14 with i Musici de Montreal and with the RTE
She has also recently sung her first Elisabetta in 'Don Carlo' at the Teatro Regio, Turin.
Having just completed a masterclass with Renata Scotto at the Accademia Santa Cecilia, Rome, her future engagements include Shostakovich 14 with the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, 'Madama Butterfly'at the Queensland Opera, Verdi Requiem at the Tampere Opera and concerts of Beethoven 9 with the Orchestra Verdi, Milan conducted by Leonard Slatkin.
She will also be singing Georgetta in 'Il Tabaro' at the Frankfurt Opera and Tatiana in 'Eugene Onegin' at the Norske Opera, Oslo.