Yunona Tabala
Described as a “very expressive singer” (Matthew Hoch, Georgia MTNA) with a voice that has "marvelous clarity and a bell-like quality" (Roger Pines, Classical Singer Competition), Yunona Tabala is a Russian lyric coloratura. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Vocal Performance program at Longy School of Music of Bard College as Natasha Jakoff Scholar and as part of the vocal studio of Dr. Dana Lynne Varga. Additionally, Ms. Tabala is an Artist in Training with Boston Opera Collaborative.
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Yunona Tabala

A strong believer in the healing, entertaining, and uplifting powers of music and storytelling, Yunona Tabala is dedicated to sharing these gifts with the audiences through opera and recital performances. Ms. Tabala has been recognized in several national and international competitions. In the past year, Ms. Tabla was a First Prize recipient at Charleston International Music Competition, as well as a semifinalist at Camerata Bardi International Vocal Competition. Additionally, she has been a Second Prize recipient of the 2021 Soth-Eastern Regional NATS and Second Prize recipient of the 2021 National Opera Association Scenes Competition where she performed excerpts of Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus). Ms. Tabala is the oldest of three siblings and the first one in her family to pursue an education and career in music. She is proud of her younger brother and sister, both of whom are currently attending music schools for violin performance. Prior to focusing solely on her Vocal Studies, Ms. Tabala played violin for sixteen years. She holds a B.A. in Violin Performance from Columbus State University (‘2018 Summa Cum Laude) along with an A.D. in Vocal Performance (‘2021, studio of Dr. Joshua May). In her free time, Ms. Tabala enjoys exercising outdoors. In July 2021 she completed a Sprint Triathlon in Columbus, GA, and in September 2021 a Samaritans 5K for Suicide Prevention in Boston, MA.