Moldavian soprano Olga Busuioc attended the Stefan Neaga Music Academy and the G. Musicescu Music Academy, then moved to Italy to continue her studies under the guidance of Mirella Freni.
She is the recipient of several prizes at prestigious international competitions.
In 2011, she was the second place winner of Operalia Placido Domingo Opera Competition and Zarzuela Prize
First place in the Francis Vinas Competition, Barcelona Teatro del Liceu
First place in St. Moniuszko Competition
First place for best performance Statuette Marian Konieczny
First place in Marcella Sembrich Kochanskiej for best female voice
2012 Belvedere Vienna Price for best Wagner Aria
Prize at L’associacio d’amics de l’Opera de Sabadell
First place in Premi Extraordinari Festival Castell de Perelada, Barcelona, Spain
She has performed in leading roles of several operas at Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Teatro Real Madrid, Mimì in La bohème in Los Angeles Opera, the title role in Manon Lescaut in Valencia , and Cio-Cio- San in Madama Butterfly at Glyndebourne Opera. She made her successful international debut in Russian repertoire with Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta and Tatiana in Eugene Onegin.
Liu in Turandot, Micaela in Carmen at Teatro Real Madrid, TNOB Desdemona in Otello and Lilia in Herculanum at Wexford Opera Festival.
“Luciano Pavarotti Memory” in Modena
Oslo “Kirsten Flagstad Festival”
Recital program in prestigious summer festival “Peralada” in Girona
Bruxelles “Concert Anniversaire” with London Shubert Players
Mozart Gala Concert
Chamber Music Concert with Rossini program, she performed in a Lyric Gala at the Teatro Bonci in Cesena, Rome, Bologna, Sassuolo, Faenza, Parma, Carpi, Bari
also Vienna, Girona, Moskow, Hamar, Bucuresti at Romanian Athenaeum
2016 first DVD recording of Eugene Onegin collaboration with Teatr Wielki, Mariusz Kwiecien Oneghin
France, Paris Gloria Poulenc at Philarmonie de Paris
In the 2019/2020 season, she will perform Mimi in La bohème Germany at Oper Stuttgart
Debut as Elena and Margherita in Mefistofele and Le Contes d’Hoffmann also Elizabeth in Don Carlos
Opera National de Paris Madama Butterfly and Eugene Onegin Teatro del Liceu in Barcelona