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Toccata e Canzone : for violin and orchestra / Olga Victorova

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Viool en orkest
Bezetting: vn-solo 2fl(picc) ob cl 2fg(cfg) 2h tpt timp str

Stars Changing Their Brilliance : Concert fantasy for clarinet, harp and string orchestra / Olga Victorova

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Groot ensemble (12 of meer spelers)
Bezetting: cl hp str

Quinglong - Azure Dragon : for symphony orchestra / Olga Victorova

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Orkest
Bezetting: picc 2fl 2ob eh cl-picc 2cl 2fg cfg 4h 2tpt 2trb trb-b tb 3perc str

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Exodus : Oratorio based on Biblical legends for two narrators, choir and orchestra / Olga Victorova

Genre: Vocaal
Subgenre: Gemengd koor en orkest
Bezetting: 2spreekstem GK4 picc 2fl(fl-a) 2ob eh 2cl cl-b sax-a 2fg cfg 4h 2tpt 3trb tb 4perc hp str

 

componist

Victorova, Olga

Website: Featured Composer's Page

Olga Victorova was born on September 22, 1960 in Ukraine.

Education
She is a graduate of the Kharkiv School of Music for gifted children. She graduated from the St.-Petersburg Conservatory and completed post-graduate course led by Boris Arapov.

Career
Since 1996 she is a member of The Composers' Union of Russia. From 1995 to 2016 she taught composition, history and theory of music at the The Ural State Conservatory, the Liberal Arts University and at the Sverdlovsk Tchaikovsky Music College.
Olga Victorova established the New Music Ensemble of Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Society. In 2000 she authored the “XXI” subscription series at this concert organization, which was presenting contemporary music. For many years Olga has been coordinating projects which combined sound, visual art and emerging technology. Her music, composed for chamber and symphonic orchestras, has been performed in Russia and beyond, in countries such as Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Japan.
She is a regular guest at various festivals: the Festival of Radio France, Musique de Notre temps (France), La Folle Journée, Centara Corporation International New Music Festival (Canada), European dance and music open air festival (Luxembourg), The Moscow Autumn, The International Gaudeamus Music Week, Russia Femina (The Netherlands), Week-end contemporain (Brussels), Transsiberian Arts Festival, International Music Festival Eurasia (Russia), Yuri Bashmet Festival (Republic of Belarus) and others.

Compositions
Olga Victorova collaborated with conductors and soloists such as Andrey Boreyko, Dmitry Liss, Andrey Petrenko, René Gulikers, Enkbaatar Baatarzhavyn, Alexey Dorkin, Alexander Buzlov, Alisa Margulis, Henry Demarkett, Alexander Zagorinsky, Igor Fiodorov, Valentin Pravosud, Veronica Lemishenko, Eija Kankaanranta, Pilar Valero and many others.
Victorova’s compositions were written for choirs, orchestras and ensembles such as the Orchestra and Choir of Mariinsky Theater, the Ural Academic Philharmonic Orchestra, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre National de Lille, Ural Youth Symphony Orchestra, Kharkiv Philharmonic Academic Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Harbin Symphony Orchestra, L’Orchestre Symphonique de l’Opéra de Toulon, Le Choer de Chambre Arthémys, Chamber Choir of St. Clement, Le Choer de Femmes “Pour Raison de Begute”, ensembles MCME, Phoenix, Studio for New Music, Ensemble’88.
Some recent titles are: ‘Qinglong – Azure Dragon’ for large orchestra, ‘Magic Birds Phung Hoang’ for violin (2013), ‘Macho’ for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano (2014), ‘Sancta Maria’ for cello and choir (2014), ‘David’s River’ — mono-opera for baritone, four flutes, percussion and electronics (2015),‘Oj, vo pole’ — six Russian songs for soloists, children or women choir and orchestra (2016), ‘Stars Changing their Brilliance’ — concert fantasy for clarinet, arpa and string orchestra (2016), ‘Harbin’ Overture for large orchestra (2016), ‘Angels Dance’ for large orchestra, ‘Fire Rooster Blues’ for violin and cello (2017).

Awards
Winner of the European Composer Award (Berlin, 2012). Diploma winner at the All-Union Competition of young composers (Moscow, 1984). Laureate of All-Ukrainian Competition of young composers (Kyiv, 1976). Winner of the Sverdlovsk Regional Governor’s Award “For Outstanding Achievements in Literature and Art”.