Ukrainian soprano Eleonora Vindau graduated from the National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music of Ukraine in 2009 and has been a soloist of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Singers since 2007.
In March 2010 she performed the role of Birgitta in the opera Iolanta at the Théâtre du Capitole under Tugan Sokhiev (Toulouse, France).
In summer 2010 she was involved in the Salzburg Festival’s international opera project Young Singers, where she took part in master classes conducted by Sir Thomas Allen, Christa Ludwig, Jürgen Flimm, Marjana Lipovšek and Maestro Riccardo Muti. She has also taken part in master classes given by Kiri Te Kanawa, Frederica von Stade, Vladimir Atlantov, Elena Obraztsova, Mati Palm, Grayr Khanedanian and Larisa Gergieva.
She was the first performer of the role of Dunyasha in the world premiere of Alexander Smelkov's opera The Station Master, staged at the Concert Hall of the Mariinsky Theatre in 2011.
Has toured with the Mariinsky Opera Company to Baden-Baden (Germany), London, Stirling, Cambridge, Rome and Venice. Eleonora has appeared at a festival of music in Japan, where she performed roles from works by W.A. Mozart (conducted by Leo Hussain).