Volumes Three & Four of Complete Anatoly Lyadov Piano Works are released by Northern Flowers label (distrubuted by Alto). Voumes 4 contains few pieces and sketches, never recorded before.
Thus, Olga Solovieva completed the project started in far 2004.
Now the series is the mostly complete set of Anatoly Lyadov's works composed for one pianist.
And very important is that Olga Solovieva is the pianist of Russian piano school tradition: her Professor at the Gnessins Academy was Leonid Blok, the pupil of Alexander Goldenweiser (who was the pupil of Alexander Ziloti, close friend and dissiminator of Lyadov's music).
In May 2016 Olga Solovieva participated at the 27th Lyadov Festival in Borovichi.
On May 4th she played the programme with outstanding cellist Alexander Rudin: Cello Sonata by Sergey Rachmaninov, Cello Sonata No.1 by Nikolay Myaskovsky, and pieces by Anatoly Lydov and his father, Konstantin Lyadov.
On May 11th there was a meeting at Borovich Museum, to commemorate Lyadov's 161st anniversary. Olga played few piano pieces by Anatoly Lyadov on the Lyadov's piano from toft Polynovka [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].
On 28th of March 2016 Olga Solovieva played the recital at the Grand Hall of the Gnessin College to commemorate 135th anniversary of great Russian composer Nikolay Myaskovsky. Olga played two Myaskovsky's works: Sonata for Cello and Piano No.1 (with Fyodor Amosov) and "Twelve Poems of Mikhail Lermontov" (with mezzo-soprano Natalia Zimina), the soloist of the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater). Also Cello Sonata of Sergey Rachmaninov was performed.
On 13 March 2016 Olga Solovieva particiapated at the concert to the memory of outstanding composer Karen Khachaturian (1920-2011). Olga played the pieces of his teachers: "Four Pieces" for violin and piano of Vissarion Shebalin (with Sergey Kostylev), and Sonata for Cello and Piano No.1 of Nikolay Myaskovsky (with Fyodor Amosov). Also the Fourth String Quartet by Shostakovich and Sonata for Violin and Piano by Karen Khachaturian were played by other musicians.
New CD with the music of Boris Tchaikovsky is issued on the label Grand Piano. There are two pieces in Olga Solovieva's performance - Sonata for Two Pianos (with Dmitry Korostelyov) and Violin Sonata (with Marina Dichenko).
On 12 July the event dedicated to Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer and Russian composer 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
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.
On April 17, 2015, Olga Solovieva participated 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].
On February 11, 2015, 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).
The concert "Great Composers: Teachers and Pupils" took place at the Gnessins College on December 5, 2014.
Olga Solovieva played latest piano pieces by Anatoly Lydov, and also the vocal cycle "The Notebook of Lyrics" by Nikolay
Myaskovsky (with soprano Tatiana Barsukova) and Sonata for Two Pianos by Boris Tchaikovsky (with Dmitry Korostelyov) were
Nikolay Myaskovsky was the pupil of Anatoly Lyadov at the St.Petersburg Conservatory, and later became the teacher for Boris Tchaikovsky at Moscow Conservatory.