Galina Benevich has recently debuted at the Landestheater Coburg (Germany) as Fiordiligi (2021/2022) in Mozart's Così fan tutte and Theater Basel (2021/22) as the Queen of the Night, her upcoming roles include title role in Handel's "Alcina" and appearance as Anne Trulove in Stravinsky's The Rake’s Progress at the same theater.
Benevich has made her UK debut as the Queen of the Night at the Glyndebourne Festival (2019) and her German debut with the same role at Staufer-Festspiele (2018). She has also performed the Queen of the Night at Theater Bremen (2019/2020), and debuted at the Bavarian State Opera Munich and at the State Opera Hamburg singing Clorinda in La Cenerentola in season 2019/2020.
In season 2020/2021 she was invited to the Glyndebourne again to reprise the Queen of the Night role (cancelled due to pandemic) and made her debut as Fiorilla in Rossini's "Il Turco in Italia" in Longhope Opera summer festival in UK.
Galina Benevich was fixed engaged in Wroclaw Opera (Poland 2017 - 2019) where she performed such roles as Olympia (Offenbach "The Tales of Hoffmann"), Giulietta (Bellini "I Capuleti e i Montecchi"), Musetta (Puccini "La Boheme"), Cunegonde and others.
Benevich was born in 1991 in an opera singers’ family in Russia. She is a graduate from the Young Artists Program of Israeli Opera. Galina made her opera debut as La Fee in Massenet’s "Cendrillon". As an Opera Studio member she performed: the Queen of the Night/Papagena “The Magic Flute” (Mozart), Sandman/Dewman "Hansel and Gretel" (Humperdinck), Clorinda "La Cenerentola" (Rossini), Madam Herz “Impresario” (Mozart), Sister Genovieffa “Suor Angelica” (Puccini).
In 2016 Galina Benevich debuted in Europe, singing in production of “The Magic Flute” at Music Fest Perugia in Italy and became a bursary recipient of America-Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF). Galina Benevich studied in Russia and in Israel. She is a winner of several international competitions including International Georg Ots Music Festival and Competition, Saint Petersburg and Mario Lanza competition in Italy. She studied with Anna Skibinsky in Israel and participated in Masterclasses with Renata Scotto, Mariella Devia, Daniel Ettinger, Giulio Zappa and Stefania Bonfadelli.