Olga Solovieva was born in Moscow where she graduated from the Russian Academy of Music and became an assistant to Leonid Blok. Since 2004 she has been a professor at the Gnessin State Musical College and has given masterclasses in Ireland and Belgium.
A laureate of several international competitions, in May 2019 she received the Glinka Medal for her contribution to musical art. She has performed in Russia and internationally and collaborated with musicians and ensembles including the Vanbrugh Quartet, Vilnius String Quartet, Christopher Marwood, Roel Dieltiens, Haik Kazazyan, Fanny Clamagirand, Julian Bliss and Sergey Kostylev, among others.
She has recorded two albums for Grand Piano, including Stanchinsky’s Complete Piano Works, Vol. 1 (GP766). For Naxos she has recorded piano music by Taneyev (8.557804) and Boris Tchaikovsky (8.557727, 8.573207, 8.573783), and is heard alongside her compatriot Dmitrii Khrychev on the album 19th Century Russian Cello Music (8.573951).
For more information, visit www.olga-solovieva.ru.