Recordings and performances

Anton ARENSKY: Petite Ballade (op. 12, No.1) and Oriental Air (op. 56, No.1) for cello and piano. Live rec. 28 April, 2018 (Borovichi, Novgorod Region), Dmitrii Khrychev (cello), Olga Solovieva (piano)

Boris TCHAIKOVSKY [1925-1996] Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello (1953) Olga Solovieva, Haik Kazazyan and Christopher Marwood. Live-recording from Library for Foreign Literature, Moscow (13 April 2017)

Sergey RACHMANINOV - Piano Concerto No. 2 (I. Moderato). 

Performers: Olga SOLOVIEVA (piano), conductor Wagner POLISTCHUK and OSUSP Orchestra. Live-recording from Sala Sao Paulo (23.03.2013)

Alexander Alexandrovich ALYABIEV [1787-1851]:  PIANO QUINTET (1830s)
Performers: The Vanbrugh Quartet & Olga Solovieva
Video: concert in Castletownshend (Ireland), St.Barrahane's Church, 12 July 2012
Music (sound): live-recording from Moscow Kremlin (Armory Chamber). 10 october 2012

Alexey STANCHINSKY: Sonata Es-moll (1906), Prelude in C minor (1907)
Performer: Olga SOLOVIEVA (piano). Live-recordings from the Large Hall of the Russian State Foreign Literature Library (25.04.2017)

Anatoly Lyadov [1855-1914] - Prelude op.31, No.2
Released on the CD by Northern Flowers

Here are live-recordings from Bantry House,

West Cork Chamber Music Festivals (Ireland):

Piece Performers Link to the recording
Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924): Piano Quintet No.2 in C minor Op.115 Olga Solovieva [piano], RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet (Gregory Ellis, Keith Pascoe [violins], Simon Aspell [viola], Christopher Marwood [cello])
Boris Tchaikovsky (1925-1996): Piano Quintet Olga Solovieva [piano], RTÉ Vanbrugh Quartet (Gregory Ellis, Keith Pascoe [violins], Simon Aspell [viola], Christopher Marwood [cello])
Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Contrasts Fanny Clamagirand [violin], Julian Bliss [clarinet], Olga Solovieva [piano]
Francis Poulenc (1899-1963): Trio for oboe, bassoon and piano Op.43

Olga Solovieva [piano]

Peter Whelan [bassoon]

Ivan Podyomov [oboe]

Here are the recordings from concert with Roel Dieltiens on 28/06/2012 in Schilde (Belgium): B.Martinu (from Suite Miniatures), N.Rimsky-Korsakov (Serenade), S.Prokudin (Bagatelles)

The recordings from CD (Naxos 8.557804) with Sergey Taneyev's Violin Sonata and pieces for piano

The recording from CD (Albany Records, TROY 749)

with Boris Tchaikovsky's Sonata No.1

The recording from CD (Naxos, 8.573207)

with Boris Tchaikovsky's Piano Quintet

The recording from CD (Toccata Classics, TOCC0076)

with Herman Galynin's Sonata Triad





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:





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).