Born in 1982 in Donetsk. She gained higher music education in Prokofieff Donetsk State Music Academy (vocal class of People's Artist of Ukraine, Professor P.Onchul). As a student she took part as soloist in stage performances of the operas "The Tsar's Bride" by Rimsky-Korsakov (Lyubasha’s Part), "Un Ballo in Maschera" by Verdi (Ulrica). She also sang alto part in "St. John Passion" by J.S. Bach.
Olga Tabulina is a laureate of the Solovianenko International Competition of Young Singers "Nightingale Fair" in Donetsk (2004, Second Prize) and the winner of Diploma of the Hmyria International Competition of Vocalists in Kyiv (2008).
Since 2004, she is a soloist of the National Philharmonic of Ukraine.
Her repertoire includes arias, romances of Ukrainian and foreign composers, contralto parts in "Coronation Mass" by W.A. Mozart, Cantatas No. 67 and No. 214 by J.S.Bach, "Little Solemn Mass" by G.Rossini and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. She also performs Dido Part in the premiere of Purcell’s opera "Dido and Aeneas" at the stage of the National Philharmonic of Ukraine under the artistic direction of famous Ukrainian conductor Roman Kofman.