30 October 2011 - St.Petersburg (Russia):  Olga Solovieva played the concert "JOURNEY FROM PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW" in Sheremetiev Palace in St.Petersburg (Russia), as a part of 12th Northern Flowers Chamber Music Festival.
The programme included Nikolay Myaskovsky's First Cello Sonata (with Alexey Massarsky), Sviridov's Songs on the verses by Alexander Blok (with Mila Shkirtil), and Boris Tchaikovsky's Piano Quintet  (with Vilnius String Quartet).

During the concert in Husum Castle, (c) by Axel Nickolaus
During the concert in Husum Castle, (c) by Axel Nickolaus

26 August 2011- Husum (Germany):  Participation at the The 25th Festival Rarities of piano music in Husum (Germany).
Programme: solo piano works by Sergey Taneyev, Anatoly Lyadov, Aleksey Stanchinsky, Herman Galynin and Boris Tchaikovsky

Olga Solovieva with  Vilnius String Quartet after the concert at the Museum of Applied Art, (c) by Igor Prokhorov

2 October 2011: 
Olga Solovieva played the concert with Vilnius String Quartet  at the Museum of Applied Art in Vilnius (Lithuania).

Piano Quintets by Brahms and Boris Tchaikovsky were performed.

Olga Solovieva (Jens Oppermann on the front) during              the rehearsal with Auryn Quarter in Bantry House, (c) by Tony McElhiney
Olga Solovieva (Jens Oppermann on the front) during the rehearsal with Auryn Quarter in Bantry House, (c) by Tony McElhiney

25 June - 1 July 2011 - Bantry (Ireland):  Participation at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival, Bantry (Ireland).
Programme:

Brahms - Horn Trio
(with
Tai Murray and Herve Joulain);
Bartok - Trio Contrasts (with
Fanny Clamagirand and Julian Bliss);
Bartok - Piano Quintet (with
Auryn Quartet);
Faure - Second Piano Quintet
(with
RTE Vanbrugh Quartet);
Boris Tchaikovsky - Second Piano Sonata; Schubert - Piano Sonata in A minor D.784.

Also Olga gave the master-class for young musicians.

Thu

24

Oct

2019

Three times Winner of "Pure Sound" Award!

On October 23, 2019 the final ceremony of "Pure Sound" Award.took place  at "Novaya Opera" hall in Moscow, and the Award winners were announced.

It was the 1st Award for best audio recordings of Russian classical (academic) music.

Olga Solovieva became three-times Winner of the 1st Prize:

  • Boris Tchaikovsky’s music for cello for the recordings with Haik Kazazyan and Christopher Marwood (CD issued by Naxos) - in chamber music nomination
  • Alexey Stanchinsky’s piano music (CD to be issued by Grand Piano) - in solo instrumental nomination
  • Nikolay Myaskovsky’s songs with baritone Ilya Kuzmin (to be issued next year) - in chamber-vocal nomination.

In addition, Olga also took 2nd place for Vissarion Shebalin’s violin&piano recordings with Sergey Kostylev (CD issued by Toccata Classics).

So, Olga took more awards than any other musician

The list of winners: http://sound-pure.com/participants

Wed

09

Oct

2019

To the memory of Alexey Stanchinsky (Smolensk, Logachyovo, Novospasskoe)

The events dedicated to Alexey Stanchinsky took place from 6 to 8 October, 2019 in Smolensk Region. On October 6 there was the concert at Smolensk Philharmony: Olga played the Esquisses by Alexey Stanchinsky, and two cello sonatas by Sergey Rachmaninov and Yuri Kochurov (with cellist Dmitrii Khrychev).

On October 7 Olga gave the master-class for young musicians at the Glinka Musical School in Smolensk.

On October 8 Olga participated at the ceremony of the stone opening in the place of Stanchinsky's house in Logachyovo, and played few Esquisses by Alexey Stanchinsky in the Glinka House-Museum in Novospasskoe.

 

Подробнее см. в публикации Ольги Сурковой (Смоленская газета).