Zlata Bulycheva is a mezzo-soprano around the soloist roster from the Kirov Opera (or Mariinsky Theater) business, among the leading ensembles in Russia. She researched as an undergraduate on the St. Petersburg Conservatory with Teacher I.P. Levando, graduating in 1995. She also got graduate research there, with Teacher K.V. Izotova. While at the Conservatory, she was called a soloist person in the Music Movie theater from the conservatory. After further research, on the Stuttgart Academy of Music in Germany, she came back to Russia and became a member of the Mariinsky business in 1996, the same season she won Initial Prize on the St. Petersburg International Vocal Competition for Little Opera Singers. She actually is also a prize-winner on the International Rimsky-Korsakov Vocal Competition of St. Petersburg (1998) as well as the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (1999). She sings leading mezzo and alto jobs in the typical repertory: the name function in Bizet’s Carmen; Zibel in Gounod’s Faust; Nicklausee in Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann; Erda in Wagner’s Das Rheingold; Orpheus in Gluck’s Orpheus and Eurydice; and Cherubino in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro. She’s sung the single alto parts in Mahler’s Second and Third Symphonies. Her repertory in Russian opera contains Ratmir in Glinka’s Ruslan y Lyudmila; Konchakova in Borodin’s Prince Igor; Olga in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin; the elements of Paulina and Milovzor in The Queen of Spades;Sonya and Princess Marya Bolkonskaya in Prokofiev’s Battle and Peacefulness; and Fata Morgana in Prokofiev’s Like of Three Oranges. She’s made an appearance on recordings of Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov and Like of Three Oranges.