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Olga Domnina

Olga Domnina

Olga Domnina is a Gold Medal graduate of the Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow in the class of Mikhail Arkadiev, which followed her study at the Gnesin College in the class of Andrei Khitruk.In June 2009 she completed the two-year “Diploma in Performance” course of postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Prof Hamish Milne, for which the Academy had granted her a merit scholarship. At RAM she won the Macfarren Prize for Best Solo Recital, awarded previously to Sir Clifford Curzon and Dame Myra Hess.

A native of Moscow, Miss Domnina began her piano studies at the age of 7. Whilst still at the Gnesin, she parti- cipated in a number of international piano competitions, going on to win the San Bartolomeo competition in Italy and taking an honours diploma at the Maria Canals competition in Spain. She also performed numerous solo concerts, at such venues as the Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, as well as with chamber and symphony orchestras, including Novaya Opera Orchestra in Moscow under the baton of Jan Latham-Koenig and Pacific Symphony in Vladivostok under the direction of Mikhail Arkadiev.

Since moving to London and entering the Royal Academy of Music in 2007, Miss Domnina has been dividing her time between England and Italy. She has collaborated with such internationally acclaimed artists as the violinists Julian Rachlin and Viktor Tretyakov, the violist Paul Silverthorne and the cellist Thomas Carroll.

In October 2011 she attained international acclaim with the world premiere performance of Vladmir Genin’s piano cycle “Seven Melodies for the Dial” at the Moscow House of Music.

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