Latvian soprano Oksana Lepska made her Carnegie Hall concert debut when she was only twelve years old. She has since performed in concert halls all across Europe, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Oksana moved to London in 2015 after receiving an offer to study at the Royal Academy of Music, where she successfully completed her Bachelor of Performance Degree. Her studies continued at the Royal College of Music, where she was fully supported by the Bruce-Payne Vaseppi scholarship. Under the tutelage of Patricia Bardon, she completed a Master of Performance Degree with Distinction in 2021.
Oksana’s most notable achievements to date include: first prize in the National Mozart Competition in London and second prize in the Pendine International Voice of the Future Competition in Llangollen, the role of Mimì in Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème for Hurn Court Opera and the role of Alcina in Handel’s Alcina for Saluzzo Opera Academy, nine solo recitals including the most recent at the National Liberal Club in London, participation in the Oxford International Song Festival, a fundraising concert with Sir Simon Keenlyside and first prize at the Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition in New York (2021; 2019; 2014).