In collaboration with the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane, It is my pleasure to promote and manage the media for the concert of Italian pianist Olga Zdorenko Landi on Saturday 15th December 2007 at St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, 78 Musgrave Road, Red Hill.
Olga Zdorenko Landi graduated in 1994 in piano at the ''Tchaikovskij'' Academy of Music in Moscow with E. Malinin and in 2001 with S. Perticaroli at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. She has won awards at several international piano competitions and has performed in the most prestigious European concert halls.
She has been invited to perform at numerous Festivals, including The Faust Festival of Basilea, The International Festival of Villa Giulia in Rome, The Concert Series “Jenuesse-Musical” at the Philharmonic of Klagenfurt, The Piano Series of the Rome Philharmonic, The Festival “Horovitz” of Kiev, The Festival “Per La Pace” of Sarajevo.
She has collaborated with some of the most important European Orchestras: The Philharmonic Orchestra of Moscow, The Symphonic Orchestra of State of Kiev, The Symphonic Orchestra of Sarajevo, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Klagenfurt, The Orchestra Verdi of Milan, The Camera Orchestra of The Academy of S.Cecilia, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Meklenberg, and with The Orchestra of Radio and Television of Zagabria.
In the sphere of Camera Music she has collaborated with the violinist Pavel Bermann and with the cellist Rodolfo Bonucci.
In 2005 she collaborated with the soloists of The Berlin Philharmonic for the project “Mahler Academy” under the artistic direction of Claudio Abbado.
Olga Zdorenko is constantly invited as a soloist and in camera groups, in many European countries, including Austria, France, Germany, Greece, England, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and Ukraine.
Olga Zdorenko was born in Kiev in Ukraine.
In 1994 she received her degree in piano with the highest grades and honors from the Ciaikovskij Conservatory of Moscow under the guidance of Eugeni Malinin.
She perfected her art with Rudolf Buchbinder, Viktor Merjianov and Hans Graaf. In 2001 she graduated with Sergio Perticaroli from the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, Italy. with the highest grades.
She has won awards in numerous international competitions such as: “Young Russian Talents”, “Carlo Zecchi” of Rome, the “Golden Palm” of Finale Ligure, “The Sulmona Competition”, “The San Remo Classic”, The “Carlo Soliva”.
She has performed concerts at the most important European theatres such as: The Kammermusiksaal of the Philharmonic of Berlin, The Grand Hall Ciaikovskij of Moscow, The Odeon Theatre of Athens, the Eliseo Theatre of Rome, The Olimpico Theatre of Rome, The Theatre “Le Ciminiere” of Catania, The Pleyel Hall of Paris, The Cathedral of Taormina, The Auditorium of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, The Philharmonic of Kiev and The Conservatory of Naples S. Pietro at Maiella.