Born in 1991 in Leningrad, Olga Artyugina graduated from Special Music School (college) of St.-Petersburg State Conservatory in the class of Tatiana Prasnikova in 2010 and from St. Petersburg Conservatory in the class of Professor Mikhail Gantvarg in 2015. In 2018 she graduated from the Reina Sofia School of Music in Madrid where she was a student of Master Programme in the class of Professor Zakhar Bron from 2016. At present Olga Artyugina is doing a Master of Arts in Specialized Music Performance in the class of Professor Sergej Krylov in Switzerland. She has been a laureate of Russian and international competitions, including: V International Competition of Young Musicians (III prize, Tallinn), International David Oistrakh Violin Competition (I prize , Moscow), International Contest for Young Musicians – New Names (laureate, Moscow), VI International Competition – Modern Art and Education (I prize, Moscow), VI Yampolsky International Violin Competition (laureate, Moscow), X International Independent Music Competition ‘Individualis’ (I prize, Kiev), VIII Mravinsky International Youth Competition (I prize, St. Petersburg), II International Competition Rising Stars Grand Prix (II prize, Berlin), II All-Russian Music Competition (II prize, Moscow), II All-Russian Music Competition, chamber music, first violin in Art-Elles Quartet (I prize, Moscow). She is a regular participant of various international music festivals in Russia and abroad, which include: ‘Moscow meets friends’ (Moscow, Russia), Muzikale Oktober Best (Best, the Netherlands), XII and XIV International Conservatory Week Festival (St. Petersburg, Russia), the Bachwoche Ansbach Festival (Ansbach, Germany), V International Organ Festival (St. Petersburg, Russia) and may others. She has also been the laureate of the government prize of St. Petersburg ‘Youth prize of St. Petersburg’ (2014).
Olga Artyugina has made an appearance in Philharmonic halls of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Berlin, Skopje, Madrid, Minsk, Kazan, Petrozavodsk and also in concert halls of Europe and Asia.
accompanist – Katarzyna Wieczorek
- S. Bach – Sonata for violin solo No. 2 in A minor BWV 1003
- Ysaÿe – Sonata for violin solo No. 3 in D minor Op. 27
- Paganini – Capriccio solo No. 17 in E-flat major Op. 1
- van Beethoven – Sonata for violin and piano No. 7 in C minor Op. 30
- Lipiński – Polonaise in E minor No. 2 Op. 9
- Waxman – Carmen Fantasy
- Tchaikovsky – Violin Concerto in D major Op. 35