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Also known as Assol'ka
Born (1994-07-04) July 4, 1994 (age 22)
Kiev, Ukraine
Origin Donetsk, Ukraine
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 2000–present

Assol Katerina Igorivna Gumenyuk (Ukrainian: Гуменюк Катерина Ігорівна, born July 4, 1994 in Donetsk, Ukraine), better known as Assol, is a Ukrainian singer. In 2016, she participated in the Ukrainian edition of The Voice.[1]


Assol first performed on stage at the age of three. Assol has released two popular albums in Ukraine and is known all over her home country. She has also appeared in several television music shows and in a television series by Svetlana Druzhinina. In 2000, she won the children's competition in Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk and released her debut album. Assol currently resides in Kiev.



  • Alye Parusa (2000)
  • Vkraino moya (2002)
  • O Tebe (2008)
  • Tayut guby (2010)

National Music awards[edit]

  1. Winner of two diplomas of Russian World Record Registration Committee.
  2. For songs popularization won a trophy on “Territory A”
  3. Participation in TV projects “Song of the Year”, “Velyke Pranniya” (Large Washing), “Hit of the Year” and “Gold Barrel-organ”.
  4. Participation in “Horoshi Pisni” (Good Songs) festivals.
  5. Laureate of National Prize “Person of the Year”.
  6. Filming in the film serial “Vivat, Anna Ioanovna”
  7. Participation in New Years Day Musical “Subway”