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Olga T.2018-04-15T23:18:33+00:00

Olga T was born in Moscow, Russia in 1988 and is from a musical family. In 1991 she immigrated to Mexico with her parents and there she received her elementary and high school education. Olga started her musical education in The School of Arts of Queretaro City when she was 8 years old and studied with Vladimir Morales, Frank Morales and Valeri Shubni. At the age of 9 Olga was a finalist at the National Violin Competition “Hermilo Novelo” in Mexico City and since then she continued her studies in the capital with the Russian teacher Natalia Gvozdetskaya.

Olga began to perform from a very young age. She had performed important concerts as a soloist with the Queretaro Philharmonic Orchestra, Queretaro Youth Orchestra, Celaya Youth Orchestra, and the Michoacan Youth Orchestra. Her first participation as a soloist was when she was 12 with the Queretaro Philharmonic Orchestra. Afterwards she performed Ballada and Polonse by Henri Vieuxtemps,, Mendelssohn Violin Concerto, Bruch Violin Concerto, Tchaikovsky three pieces, Autumn from the Vivaldi Four Seasons, Bach Double Concerto for two violins, and Vieuxtemps 5th Violin Concerto.

In 2004 and 2005, Olga was given a full scholarship to attend to the International Chamber Music Festival in San Miguel de Allende. In 2006 Olga won the second prize in the Pearl River Petroff International Music Competition “. In 2008 she was part of the Bowdoin Music Festival in Maine, USA.

Olga T graduated in May and received her Bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music while being under the tutelage of Professor Mikhail Kopelman. Her quartet was chosen to be part of the Chamber Honors Recital where they interpreted Prokofiev 2nd Quartet. Olga is a current MM student of Albert Markov and she was awarded the Honorable Attention at the 7th Lisma Fundation International Competition in August 2010, in August 2011 she was awarded the 3rd prize in the same competition. Currently Olga is a member of the string department at the Long Island Conservatory.