On 3-4 December 2007 Olga Solovieva performed (with violinist Marina Dichenko) Violin Sonata by Vissarion Shebalin. The performances took place at the Moscow Conservatory (Miaskovsky Hall) and at the Russian Academy of Music (Great Hall), to commemorate 105th anniversary of Shebalin, Russian outstanding composer and person. 

In November 2007 Olga Solovieva in ensemble with violinist Sergey Kostylev performed the works for violin and piano by Beethoven, Paganini and Wieniawski. The concerts took place in Fryazino (Moscow Region) and in ancient Russian city Alexandrov (Tsvetaeva Museum). 

The front cover of the magazie "Nieuwe Vlaamse Muzie Revue"
The front cover of the magazie "Nieuwe Vlaamse Muzie Revue"

In March 2007 Olga Solovieva participated at the 15th International Russian Chamber Music Festival in Ghent, Belgium (De Rode Pomp Hall).
With the violinist Marina Dichenko she performed the works of Medtner, Miaskovsky, Boris Tchaikovsky, Shebalin, and Galynin (the concert was titled "Hommage to Herman Galynin").
Olga and Marina
also played the same programme at Gnessins Musical College, Moscow.





Russian Public Award to Olga Solovieva

Olga Solovieva was awarded by the Russian public award "For the Contribution to the Musical Art" and received the Glinka medal.


Ольга Соловьёва награждена общественной медалью "За вклад в развитие музыкального искусства" имени М.И. Глинки. Эта медаль вручается за выдающиеся заслуги перед государством и обществом, высокий профессионализм, многолетнюю плодотворную деятельность на благо Отечества.





New CD with 19th century Russian cello music

The unique collection of Russian 19th Century music for cello and piano was issued by Naxos (8.573951), recorded by Olga Solovieva with the cellist Dmitrii Khrychev.
This CD includes two cycles of pieces by Anton Arensky and several World premiere recordings: Tchaikovsky’s own original version for cello and piano of the Variations on a Rococo Theme, Konstantin Liadov’s Fantasy on Gipsy Songs, Karl Davidov’s Fantasy on Russian Songs, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s original version for cello and piano of Serenade.


The CD  was called as the "Best Bargain" of the week by famous British critic David Mellor: "...For anyone who loves Russian romantic music as much as I do, this is quite a discovery" (David Mellor, ClassicFM)


The CD is the Winner (Silver medal - outstanding achievement) of the Global Music Awards ('duo' and 'album' nominations).