Аpril 25, 2017:
On April 25, 2017, Olga Solovieva performed the songs cycles by Nikolay Myaskovsky, with bass-baritone Vladimir Baykov, at the Grand Hall of the Foreign Literature Library (Moscow). Also Olga played the piano pieces by Alexey Stanchinsky.
Аpril 13, 2017:
On April 13, 2017, Olga Solovieva performed Boris Tchaikovsky's Sonata for Cello and Piano, and Piano Trio with Christopher Marwood (cello) and Hayk Kazazyan (violin), at the Grand Hall of the Foreign Literature Library (Moscow).
March 20-21, 2017:
On 20-21 of March 2017 Olga Solovieva visited the Smolensk and Smolensk region. On March 20 she played the recital at the Glinka Musical School and conducted the master-class for young pianists. On March 21 Olga played the recital at the Glinka House-Museum (Glinka's birth place) at Novospasskoe. Both recitals were with the piano pieces by Alexey Stanchinsky, to commemorated his 129th anniversary (composer who died here in 1914 and his grave is hear, near the church built by Glinka's grandfather) .
Here is the TV-program (in Russian) about Olga's trip and performance in Novospasskoe, and the photo-report:
The "Book about Lyadov" is published. The book is compiled, edited and commented by Olga Solovieva and Igor Prokhorov. The book is based on the memoirs and letters by Olga Korsakevich, the cousin of Anatoly Lyadov. Also the letters and verses of Lyadov are included. The major part of the materials never been published before.
March 14, 2017:
On 14 of March 2017 Olga Solovieva played the recital with the piano pieces of Alexey Stanchinsky, at the Small Hall of Gnessins Musical College.
February 27-28, 2017:
Olga Solovieva played the recital (27/02) and gave the master-class for young pianists at the Lyadov Arts School in Borovichi (Novgorod Region).
The piano pieces of Alexey Stanchinsky (1888-1914) were played on the recital.
Here is the video of TV-program about the concert, in Russian: link.
February 17, 2017:
Olga Solovieva took part at the concert to commemorate 122nd year of Gnessins College. Concert took place in the Large Hall of the College, and Olga played the Nocturne by Alexey Stanchinsky.
Olga Solovieva was declared as the First Prize Winner of the International Music Competition Paris "Grand Prize Virtuoso" (in Senior category) for the performance with Alexey Stanchinsky's Piano Sonata Es-moll.
Olga Solovieva was declared among the Winners of the Global Music Awards: she received the Silver medal (outstanding achievement) in 'instrumentalist' and 'album' nominations. This high award was given for the CD with Vol. 1 of complete Alexey Stanchinsky's piano works was issued by Grand Piano label (GP766).
On December 7, 2019 the
Olga Solovieva played the concert at Elena Obraztsova
Culture Center. The Cello Sonatas by Sergey Rachmaninov and Yuri Kochurov were performed with the cellist Dmitrii Khrychev. Also the presentation of the 19th Century Cello Music CD took
7 декабря в Культурном Центре Е. Образцовой (г. С.-Петербург) состоялся концерт с участием Дмитрия Хрычёва (виолончель) и Ольги Соловьёвой (фортепиано). Прозвучали Сонаты для виолончели и фортепиано С.В. Рахманинова, Ю.В. Кочурова. Также состоялась презентация выпущенного летом компанией Naxos компакт-диска с русской музыкой 19-го века для виолончели, были исполнены пьесы А.С. Аренского из этого диска.
November 13, 2019 the lecture-concert "Lermontov in
Music" took place at the Russian National Library Concert Hall (St. Petersburg). The romances by Nikolay Myaskovsky were performed by Elizaveta Pakhomova (soprano) with Olga Solovieva (piano).
13 ноября в Концертом зале РНБ состоялась лекция-концерт "Лермонтов в музыке". Романсы Н.Я. Мясковского были исполнены Елизаветой Пахомовой (сопрано) и Ольгой Соловьёвой.
The Vol. 1 of complete Alexey Stanchinsky's piano works was issued by Grand Piano label (GP766), recorded by Olga Solovieva.
This CD contains all Stanchinsky pieces composed up to 1910, including few World Premiere recordings.
In October 2019 Olga Solovieva received the 1st Prize in solo nomination on Pure Sound Award (best audiorecordings of Russian music).