Ukrainian soprano Victoria Khoroshunova made her debut at the National Theatre Opera in Prague in the 2021/22 season as the Woman, Donna Anna and the Nun in Erwin Schulhoff's Flammen. She first studied singing at the National Academy of Music in her hometown of Odessa, then moved to Greece, where she continued her studies at the Athens Conservatoire of Music. In 2015, she was accepted to the Santa Cecilia Opera Studio in Rome, where she studied with Renata Scotto and Cesare Scarton, among others. She also worked with Susan Bullock on master classes in Nafplio, Greece. As one of the best participants in these classes, she was chosen for two recitals in London and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. She has performed at the Mascagni Festival in Livorno (Santuzza, Cavalleria rusticana), at the Parco Della Musica Auditorium in Rome, at the Aegean Music Festival (Nedda, I pagliacci), at the Teatro Accademia di Milano (Nedda), at the Albanian National Opera (Amelie, Un ballo in maschera) and at the Greek National Opera Opera Studio in Athens (Fiordiligi, Così fan tutte). She is the recipient of the Maria Callas Award for Young Artists awarded by Greek UNESCO and the honorary Grand Prix Maria Callas Competition.