Olga Dyachkovskaya (soprano)

 

 Pain and excitement were in our soul during and after the performance by unbelievable Olga Dyachkovskaya, giving us a thought of Maria Callas. She fascinated the audience by her expressive, heartfelt, charming and artistic voice..."

hailed the Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany) after one of Ms. Dyachkovskaya's performances.

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Dyachkovskaya's list of solo engagements include appearances at Carnegie Hall (New York, USA), the Bolshoi Halls at the Moscow Conservatory, Kremlin Palace (Russia), Bard College (USA), Annual recitals at the Society of Musiktheater Wien (Vienna), Oleg Kagan Musikfest (München). Her international festival appearances include Sintra Music Festival (Portugal), Porto Guero Chamber Music Festival (Italy). She also appeared at the Shandelee Music Festival (New York), Barge Music Concert Series (New York City) and Beethoven Festival (Long Island). She has appeared with Schumanns's "Frauen Liebe und Leben" in Vienna, Moscow, Portugal and USA. Ms. Dyachkovskaya performed Shostakovich's Seven Romances (words by Alexander Block) with Natalia Gutman (cello) and Sviatoslav Moroz (violin) at various concert halls around the world. Ms. Dyachkovskaya has collaborated with such famous conductors as: Y. Bashmet, H. Rilling, M. Henning, A. Skulsky, C. Magnus and others.

From left to right:

Sviatoslav Moroz

Olga Dyachkovskaya

Mstislav Rostropovich

Natalia Gutman

Ms. Dyachkovskaya also appeared as soloist with such renown ensembles as the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Soloist Chamber Orchestra, Lower Nowgorod Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Franz Lehar Symphony Orchestra, Strauss Festival Orchester, Clemenic Consort (Vienna), Stuttgarter Kammerorchester (Germany). She performed J.S. Bach's "Magnificat" and Vivaldi's "Magnificat" under the batons of M.Henning and H.Riling in Münster and Stuttgart (Germany).

Olga Dyachkovskaya, Sviatoslav Moroz, Natalia Gutman and Claudio Abbado

Ms. Dyachkovskaya appeared in the roles of Alceste in Lully's Alceste and Poppea in Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea under the direction of Conductor Rene Clemencic at the Bolshoi Hall (Moscow). She has also appeared as Poppea at the Theater Belvedere (Vienna), as Giuditta in Lehar's Giuditta at the Stadttheater Baden bei Wien and St. Pölten Theater Für Niederösterreich (Vienna). Ms. Dyachkovskaya appeared as Fedora in Kalman's Die Zirkusprinzessin in a 30-performance tour of Germany, produced by the Alber Concert Theater Agentur. Theaters included Hamburg Opera House, Augsburg Opera House. She appeared at the Wuk Theater (Vienna) in the Dostal's "Russenhuhn".

Olga Dyachkovskaya graduated with high honors from the Moscow Theater Academy and from Hochschule für Music und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna where she was awarded scholarship from the Viennese Ministry of Culture.

A Compact Disk of Ms. Dyachkovskaya's live performance of Shostakovich's Seven Romances on the words by Block is due to be released shortly on Parnassus Records. She also can be heard on a CD released by the Moscow Radio Production, performing the very first Russian opera written by Sokolovsky "The Miller, the Wizard, the Liar and the Matchmaker" and a CD of the very first Russian Romantic Music - Song Cycle "Between Work, Idleness" of Teplov.

Ms. Dyachkovskaya is currently a member of the Professional Woman's Singer Association (PWSA).

 

 

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New Jersey / New York,

USA

E-mail: morozacadus@yahoo.com

 

 

  

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