Mr. Konoshchenko successful career has led him to guestings at the Ukrainian National Opera in Kiew, Bregenz Opera Theater, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Volksoper Wien, Theatre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels, Anhaltisches Theater in Dessau, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona, Staatstheater Stuttgart, Opera Theatre of Toulon, and R.Strauss Festival in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Taras Konoshchenko has also sung in concerts with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the German Symphony Orchestra of Berlin, Bamberg Symphony Orchestra as well as with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Tel Aviv and Haifa, performing under the direction of Wolfgang Sawallisch, Zubin Metha, James Levine, Kent Nagano, Fabio Luisi and Marcello Viotti.
Konoshchenko has a repertoire of over 80 roles, including Ramfis (Aida), Banco (Macbeth), Basilio (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Rodolfo (La Sonnambula), Pimen (B.Godunow), Prince Gremin (Eugen Onegin) and Konchak (Prince Igor) among many others.
After his piano studies, choral conducting and voice at several music conservatories in his homeland Ukrainian, bass Taras Konoshchenko, finished his education at the Munich Music High School and subsequently sang with the Young Artists Program of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich.
In 1994 the artist gave his German debut in Munich’s Prinzregententheater as Sarastro in a concert performance of Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” under the direction of Sir Colin Davis. Winner of numerous vocal competitions, Taras Konoshchenko has performed in concerts in Europe, USA, Canada and South America.
From 1998 to 2003 Taras Konoshchenko was a member of the Bavarian State Opera where he performed Colline (La Bohème), Masetto (Don Giovanni), Il Re (Aida), Lodovico (Otello), Angellotti (Tosca), Nettuno (Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria), Zuniga (Carmen) and many others roles.
In 2005 Taras Konoshchenko became a member of the National Opera Theater of Mannheim where he has sung also Padre Guardiano (La Forza del Destino), Leporello (Don Giovanni), Raimondo (Lucia di Lammermoor), Ferrando (Il Trovatore), Bartolo (Le Nozze di Figaro) and Fiesco (S. Boccanegra)