- Olga Domnina (Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
A solo debut on Challenge Classics by a renowned Russian pianist! This is the world premiere recording of a piano cycle written in 2011 by Vladimir Genin, dedicated to Olga Domnina. Since moving to London and entering the Royal Academy of Music in 2007, Olga Domnina has been dividing her time between England and Italy. She has collaborated with such internationally acclaimed artists as the violinists Julian Rachlin and Viktor Tretyakov, the violist Paul Silverthorne, and the cellist Thomas Carroll.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Dinemec Studio, Gland, Switzerland (08/12/2011-08/16/2011).
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Works DetailsGenin, Vladimir : Seven Melodies for the Dial, cycle for piano
- Performer: Olga Domnina (Piano)
- Notes: Dinemec Studio, Gland, Switzerland (08/12/2011-08/16/2011)
- Running Time: 53 min. 34 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Written: 2011