Danylo Matviienko left the Opera Studio to join the Ensemble at Oper Frankfurt in the 2021/22 season, during which he sang 2nd Nazarene / Cappadozier in Barrie Kosky's stunning Salome, a Costume Seller in a new Nielsen's Masquerade, his first Guglielmos in Loy's prize-winning Così fan tutte, the One-Eyed Brother in our unforgettable production of Die Frau ohne Schatten, Demetrius in a new Britten's A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Antinoos in a new production of Dallapiccola's Ulisse. During Frankfurt's 2023/24 season he sings Almaviva & Albert in new productions of Le nozze di Figaro & Halévy's La Juive, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte and Don Polidoro in our very entertaining production of Cimarosa's L'italiana in Londra. He also sings Mizgir in a new production of Rimsky-Korsakov's Snow Maiden at the 2023 Winter Tirole Festival in Erl. Last season he added three new roles to his repertoire: Papageno and the Astrologer in new productions of Die Zauberflöte and Britten's The Burning Fiery Furnace and sang Rudolf in Schreker's Der ferne Klang / The Elusive Sound. He also sang Frère Léon in Messiaen's Saint François d'Assise at the Staatsoper in Stuttgart and Malatesta in Don Pasquale at the Tirol Festival in Erl. He first appeared here in 2017, in the »Warsaw – Frankfurt – Transit« Soiree series as a member of Teatr Wielki's Opernakademie. During the 2019/20 season he sang in Křenek's Schwergewicht / Heavyweight, Fauré's Pénélope, Don Carlo, and new productions of Rossini's La gazzetta and Salome. He was born in the Ukraine and was a member of the opera studios at the National Music Academy in Kiew and Opéra National de Paris, where he appeared as Junius in The Rape of Lucretia, in Boesman's Reigen, the Kurt Weill Story and sang Dr. Falke in Die Fledermaus and the Hunter in Rusalka. Roles at the National Music Academy and National Operetta Theatre in Kiev and Donbass Opera in Donezk included Graf Danilo (Die lustige Witwe / The Merry Widow), Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Rossini's Macrobio (Pietra del paragone), Germano (La scala di seta) and Donizetti's Gasparo (Rita et Germano). He studied in Donezk where he also graduated from university in mathematics.