Vladyslava Luchenko showed her extraordinary musical gift already in early childhood. Aged six, she entered the Lysenko Special Music School in Kiev, and only four years later she won her first international competition. At the age of 11, she made her debut in the Kiev Philharmonic Hall and since then she has played throughout Europe as a soloist with orchestras such as the National Orchestra of Ukraine, the Verbier Festival Orchestra and the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra.
Vladyslava continued her studies in Zurich and Berlin under Prof ZakharBron and Prof Stephan Picard. During this time she was a prizewinner at many international violin competitions, such as the Tibor VargaViolin Competition, Martigny (2010), Andrea Postacchini, Fermo (2009 and 2010), andthe RahnMusikpreis Competition in Zurich (2010). She has also won other prestigious awards such as the Rotary Excellence Prize, Lugano (2013) and the MigrosCulture Percentage in Zurich (2012).
In 2014 she enrolled in the Artist Diploma program at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel in Belgium,where sheis studying under the direction of Augustin Dumay. Vladyslava plays with the Stradivarius Piatti – 1717 kindly lent by Michael Guttman Foundation. She also plays with a Eury bow.