12 July - Nikolina Gora (Russia):

On 12 July the event dedicated to Tomas Transtromer and Vissarion Shebalin took place at the old country-side village Nikolina Gora (Moscow Region), famous for their summer-houses (dacha) where lived such great composers as Nikolay Miaskovsky, Sergey Prokofiev, Vissarion Shebalin. 

At the concert Olga Solovieva played Violin Sonata by Vissarion Shebalin (with Sergey Kostylev), and the piano pieces by Anatoly Lyadov

20-26 April 2015 - Moscow (Russia):

From 20 to 26 April The 9th Moscow open Lyadov Festival took place. Olga Solovieva worked in a jury of the Festival, and announced two special personal awards for young pianists - Veronika Ivanova and Anna Fyodorova.

17 April 2015 - Borovichi city (Russia):

Olga Solovieva participate at the 26th Lyadov's Festival in Borovichi. The concert program included piano pieces by Anatoly Lydov, and  the vocal cycle "The Notebook of Lyrics" by Nikolay Myaskovsky (with soprano Tatiana Barsukova). [At the toft Polynovka - which now is a part of Borovichi city - the major part of Lyadov's legacy was created. Here he spent all summers, and here he died on August 1914].

11 February 2015 - Aleksandrov city (Russia):

Olga Solovieva played the recital in Aleksandrov city, at the Chamber Hall of Tsvetaevs Museum. The programme consists from piano pieces by Anatoly Lydov, and  the vocal cycle "The Notebook of Lyrics" by Nikolay Myaskovsky (with soprano Tatiana Barsukova).

Tue

26

Mar

2019

"The Way of Beauty of Alexey Stanchinsky"

Olga Solovieva participated in the musical event "The Way of Beauty of Alexey Stanchinsky". It took place at the Glinka House-Museum (Glinka's birth place) at Novospasskoe (Smolensk Region).

 

Ольга Соловьева приняла участие в празднике "Путь красоты Алексея Станчинского" (Новоспасское, Смоленская область).

См. подробнее: репортаж на сайте Смоленского Музея-заповедника, обзор О. Сурковой ("Смоленская газета").

 

 

Sat

24

Nov

2018

Nomination to International Classical Music Awards

The CD with the music of Boris Tchaikovsky, recorded by Christopher Marwood, Haik Kazazyan and Olga Solovieva, is nominated to the 2019 International Classical Music Awards (ICMA).