Viktor Oliynyk is a Merited Artist of Ukraine, conductor of the National Opera of Ukraine.

In 2002, he obtained the qualification of Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theatre from Pyotr Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine (where he was a student of Professor R.Kofman, a People’s Artist of Ukraine). From 2002 to 2014, V. Oliynyk conducted at the Anatoliy Solovianenko Donetsk National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre and the Sergei Prokofiev Academic Symphony Orchestra at Donetsk Regional Philharmonic. Since 2017, he has been conductor  of the National Opera of Ukraine.

Viktor Oliynyk’s diverse repertoire includes operas, ballets, oratorios, cantatas, symphonies, instrumental music concerts, etc. covering a wide range of epochs, genres and styles. The conductor’s theatrical repertoire includes the greatest samples of Western European classical music, namely G. Verdi’s “Aida”, “Otello”, “La Traviata”, “The Troubadour”,  “Falstaff”; G. Bizet’s “Carmen”; G.Puccini’s “La Bohéme”, “Madama Butterfly”, “Turandot”, “Tosca”; R.Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci“; P.Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana”; G.Donizetti’s “The Elixir of Love“; P.Tchaikovsky’s “Iolanta”, “Eugene Onegin”; A.Adan’s “Giselle”; L. Minkus’s “The Temple Dancer”, “Don Quixote”; P.Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake”, “The Nutcracker”, “The Sleeping Beauty”; A. Khachaturian’s “Spartacus”, etc.

According to the “Vecherniy Donetsk” newspaper, “Oliynyk V.I. is a brilliant musician, who possesses excellent technique, musicality and emotionality. The conductor’s creative credo combines an analytical approach to music pieces with inspirational performance. His creative ideas blossom into original concert programmes and theatre performances, with premieres of modern pieces being performed alongside with world and Ukrainian classical music masterpieces.”

Viktor Oliynyk has conducted at famous international festivals and contests in Ukraine such as “Stars of the World Ballet”,  “Serge Lifar International Ballet Competition”, “Gold Crown”, “Piano Forum”, “Crystal Strings”, “Music without Borders”.