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Tribute to Rachmaninoff: Capitol Hill house concert

Tribute to Rachmaninoff: Capitol Hill house concert

Capitol Hill

Sun, February 9, 2020 4:00 PM, EST

3 of 19 spots still available
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
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No bathroom at this event
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
Kid-friendly event

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A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Please join us for this Capitol Hill house concert by world renowned soprano Olga Orlovskaya and pianist Martin Labazevich. Great music by great performers--who are preparing for a recording session.

Program: Songs by Rachmaninoff

About Olga: Russian born soprano Olga Orlovskaya inherited her talent from her great grandfather famous Russian bass Fedor Shalyapin. She graduated with honor from the Russian Academy of Music and attained degree Master of Arts with specialty in voice.
Olga participant and finalist of multiple national and international festivals and competitions such as “Palaces of St. Petersburg”, “Norway Cultural Festival”, “Opera Ischia Festival”, “Roma Opera Festival” and “Great Lake Chamber Music Festival” Ms. Orlovskaya was prize winner of the international competition Operetta Land for best performance of Kalman in 2008 in Moscow. Ms. Orlovskaya is the founder and artistic director of the quartet "The Russian Sopranos”.


About Martin: Praised by critics in Europe and the United States for his lyricism, virtuosity and an intensity of performance, pianist Martin Labazevitch appeared in many concert halls and festivals in Poland, Ukraine, Finland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Israel, Japan, South Korea and the United States. He is a recipient of many awards and recognitions in piano competitions in the U.S., Spain and Japan as well as recipient of the Honorary Ambassador Award in Stalowa Wola, Poland, Rina Menashe Award in Israel, Kosciuszko Foundation Scholarship, Harold Schonberg Scholarship as well as the Harold Bauer Award for the most promising pianist at the Manhattan School of Music.


What's the music?

Olga Orlovskaya


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