Olga Senderskaya

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Olga Senderskaya was born in Yaroslavl, Russia. After studies in the Sobinov Music College, she joined the Marinsky Theatre Academy of Young Singers under Larissa Gergieva and attended the St. Petersburg Conservatoire, studying under Olga Kondina, whilst also taking part in masterclasses with Elena Obraztsova. A laureate of the Klaudia Taev International Competition in Estonia, Olga Senderskaya was invited by Ileana Cotrubas to study with her in Paris and won an award in the Stanhammar International singing Competition in Norchoping, Sweden. Her operatic debut was in the role of Marfa THE TZAR’S BRIDE at the Rimsky-Korsakov Theater in St. Petersburg and she also appeared in a gala performance at the Cairo Opera conducted by Nader Abbassi. On graduating from the St. Petersburg’s Conservatory, she appeared in solo concerts in St. Petersburg, Paris, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Berlin and Vienna and went on to win First Prize in the Gerda Lissner Opera Competition in New York.
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Olga Senderskaya was a member of the Artistas de la Centre De Perfeccionament Placido Domingo at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia and was invited to be part of the Artists of the Accademia Rossiniana, Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro. As a result Alberto Zedda invited her to sing the role of Mathilde alongside Gregory Kunde as Arnold in Rossini’s GUILLAUME TELL in concert at the Xacobeo Classics Festival in La Coruña. This in turn lead to her being invited to perform the title role of SEMIRAMIDE alongside Ann Hallenberg as Arsace at De Vlaamse Opera in both Antwerp and Gent, conducted by Alberto Zedda.

Recently she appeared as Amaltea in MOSE IN EGITTO at the Rossini Opera Festival alongside Sonia Ganassi, in the Graham Vick production conducted by Roberto Abbado and sang soprano solo in THE SEA SYMPHONY by Ralph Vaughan Williams, conducted by Dmitri Jurowski with the Moscow City Symphony Orchestra at the Svetlanov Hall in Moscow. She has also recorded Glinka’s ROMANCES with the Russian Camera Orchestra Musicaviva, conducted by Alexander Rudin for Fuga Libera Belgium.
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Olga was a member of the IVAI 2012  and 2013 Summer program in Tel Aviv.