An actress. A singer.
Four-octave vocal diapason.
A member of the Union of Theatrical Figures of Russia
The Cultural Adviser to the Chairman of the Support Committee of the RF President's Reforms parts.
Grand Prix of the All-Russia Competition of Vocal Art
Badge of Merit 'Labor Valor of Russia'
Silver Order 'Allegiance to Art' from the International Academy of Culture and Art for invaluable contribution to development of art and enlightenment activity
Honors Diploma in choral conducting.
RATI-GITIS Diploma in actor's art (as a musical theater actress). Eugenia was admitted to the RATI-GITIS directly to a second-year study program omitting the first-year prerequisites. In her 4th study year she was invited to perform the leading part of Salome in the musical “Salome, Princess of Judea” in the Musical Theatre “OK”. The musical was staged by the Vakhtangov Theatre. She toured Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Finland with this musical.
In her 5th study year she was invited to perform in the Moscow Operetta Theater. During her six years with the Moscow Operetta she performed as many as 17.
Eugenia's vocal professors:
Sergey Ya. Rebrikov (a veteran of the Russian vocal school, with Irina Arkhipova and Vladislav Piavko among his students; he also taught vocalism to singers performing currently in the Bolshoi and Stanislavskiy & Nemirovich-Danchenko theaters, other worldwide famous solo vocal performers).
Alla A. Stepanyansts, the best belcanto professor in Russia.
Renata Scotto, President of the Renata Scotto Opera Academy, La Scala's leading vocal solo performer (master class).
Eugenia's parts and performances
Adele in Die Fledermaus (the Bat) by Johann Strauss
Valencienne in Die Lustige Witwe (the Merry Widow) by Franz Lehбr
Vampuka in Vampuka by Vladimir G. Erenberg
Vera Kholodnaya in At Dawn by Oskar Sandler
Juliette Vermont in Der Graf von Luxemburg (The Count of Luxembourg) by Franz Lehar
Xenia in Maidenly Commotion by Yuri Milyutin
Margot in Taxi to Atlantic City by Yuri Vzorov
Marie in Die Zirkusprinzessin (The Circus Princess) by Imre Kalman
Maria in West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein
Muse in Siberian Yankees by Yuri Vzorov
Zhenka the Young Pioneer in Old Man Khottabych by Gennadiy Gladkov
Rosalind in Die Fledermaus (the Bat) by Johann Strauss
Salome in Salome, Princess of Judea by Maxim Dunaevskiy
Silva in Die Csardasfurstin (The Czardas Queen) by Imre Kalman
Tatyana in Eugene Onegin by Petr Tchaikovsky
Fedora in Die Zirkusprinzessin (The Circus Princess) by Imre Kalman
Avis Crichton in Julia Lambert by Anatoly Kremer
Participation in formal events:
New Year Reception by Russian Presidential Administration in Great Kremlin Palace
Opening Ceremony at European Artistic Gymnastics Championship (Baku, Azerbaijan)
Nika National Film Award Ceremony
Opening Ceremony at Freestyle Wrestling World Cup (Moscow, Russia)
Wella Color Congress (Sochi, Russia)
Opening Ceremony at Mrs. Russia Competition (Moscow, Russia)
Slavyanskiy Bazar Festival (Odessa, Ukraine)
Jubilee Event of the Musical Comedy Theatre (Minsk, Belarus)
Other music venues:
Big Palace Kremlin (Moscow, Russia)
Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow, Russia)
Column Hall of the House of Unions (Moscow, Russia)
Odessa Opera House (Odessa, Ukraine)
RF Ministry of Culture (Moscow, Russia)
State Central Concert Hall Rossia (Moscow, Russia)
Russian Army Theatre (Moscow, Russia)
Poklonnaya Gora Concert Hall (Moscow, Russia)
Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)
Central House of Scientists (Moscow, Russia)
Memorial House of Fyodor Shalyapin (Moscow, Russia)
Paris, London, Germany - a European tour as part of a Russian performance tourer company
Concert and theater performance tours together with theater companies
Solo performances and concerts in Russia
TV show hosting and participation
Parnassus Passion TV show hostess, ART Channel
Operetta Favorites solo concert, Rossia TV Channel, Live Collection (live)
Let's Broaden the Circle TV program
Vivat Victoria TV program
Performance in music videos and commercials
Dubbing for films and cartoons
Еvgenia, CD by FЕЕL Music, Solo Album, crossover
СE Emotions, CD, Space Opera, Solo Album, crossover
Popera Diva, CD, compilation, EMI
Hot CF, CD, compilation, Universal Music
RETRO LIFESTYLE, CD by Feel Music, compilation
Operetta Favorites, CD, VHS, DVD, Solo Album, Soyuz.
Singing Star, CD, first release, for her children charity program.
Since 2003 Eugenia has been pursuing a solo performer's career.
Changing her creative concept, she has chosen classic music in modern adaptation and created a style of her own.
Her favorite genre is classical/popular crossover (Popera). Eugenia's unique and extraordinary vocal style places practically all musical genres within her easy reach.
Her repertoire consists of worldwide masterpieces of classical music, classicals in modern adaptation and the best in pop music.
She is an author of elvish poetry and music.
Her repertoire covers romance songs, musicals, classical arias (opera, operetta, vocalises, Italian and Neapolitan songs), elvish music, pop music (original pieces).
Her unique vocal ability is matched only by her exceptionally wide vocal range that extends from the deepest contralto to the sky-high soprano. This is evidenced clearly by her outstanding rendition of the Aria of the Space Opera Diva from the “Fifth Element”: http://www.youtube.com/evgenialaguna#p/u/0/SPf2ANjUbrY
AMBITIONS: to implement grand musical projects; to breathe new life into the beauty and grandeur of real classical music, to make it clear to every adult and child.
Eugenia Laguna is currently deeply involved in CHARITABLE WORK. She has established her own Charitable Program 'Singing Star' http://singing-star.ru
In Pickleberry Pie Inc., a USA-based public charity, they cure sick children with Eugenia's magic singing.