Kateryna Mysechko is a Ukrainian violinist. She was born in Kolomyia, where she completed A. Kos-Anatolsky music school No.1 in the class of A. Mykytiuk. Then Kateryna continued her studies at the D. Sichynskyi musical college in Ivano-Frankivsk in the class of O. Kravtsiv. She completed her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in 2017 and 2019 at the Ukrainian National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music under the teaching of Prof. I. Andrievsky. After graduation she continued to improve her violin play with the lessons of the teacher M. Kuznetsov. Kateryna is laureate of the Stankovych International Music Competition 2017 (Kyiv, Ukraine). Since 2019 she have been working in the National Chamber Ensemble "Kyiv Soloists" as member of ensemble and as soloist.
On February 23, 2022, she went to the concert tour with “Kyiv Soloists” to Italy. Few hours later russia started brutal invasive war against Ukraine. Ensemble changed the concept of concert tour and transformed it into charity concerts, with the entire ticket income going to the charity foundations, which help Ukraine. After Italy, Kateryna as member of “Kyiv Soloists” performed with concerts solidarity for Ukraine in Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Czech Republic and Iceland.
Since May 2022 Kateryna has been working in Arctic Philharmonic (Bodø, Norway).
Kateryna performed with concerts in more than 20 countries in Europe, Asia and America as member of chamber orchestra, symphony orchestra, chamber ensembles and as soloist. She performed world premieres and recorded works by Ukrainian composers, among them the found symphonies by Maxym Beresovsky. Worked with classical music and pop, rock, techno music styles as well.
Kateryna worked with established performers of different styles like Maxim Rysanov (conductor/viola, England), Víkingur Ólafsson (piano, Iceland), Christian Kluxen (conductor, Denmark), Kirill Karabits (conductor, Ukraine-England), Erki Pehk (conductor, Estonia), Oleh Krysa (violin, Ukraine/USA), Francesco di Rosa (oboe, Italy), Bjarte Eike (violin, Norway) and Barokksolistene, Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Basel Chamber Orchestra, Iceland Dance Company, Ukrainian soul singer Jamala, Norwegian pop singer Sondre Justad.