Caceànova/Finehouse Duo

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Olga Caceànova was born in Chisinau, Moldova where she began studying violin at an early age. She is the recipient of the 2009 Saint Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artists Grant. Olga is also the winner of many international competitions, including the 2005 Kiev Violin Competition, 2002 Sinai Competition in Rumania and 2000 Luxembourg Music Competition, among others. Olga has been a member of "Kremlin Chamber Orchestra" with which she toured most of the United States and Europe. She has performed extensively in Russia and abroad, including most major venues in Moscow and St. Petersburg, namely the Glazunov Hall of St. Petersburg Conservatory, Glinka Philharmonic Hall, the Concert Hall of Moscow Conservatory and the Slobodkin Center in Moscow. She attended pre-college and college divisions of St. Petersburg Conservatory under the guidance of prof. Kazarina and is currently studying with Mark Lakirovich at Longy School in Cambridge. Olga has participated in masterclasses with Zakhar Bron and Grigory Gislin in addition to attending a number of summer festivals in Russia and Europe. Since coming to the US in 2007, Olga has performed extensively in New England in addition to serving as assistant concertmaster in the Civic Symphony. In October of 2008 she performed works by Granados at the Cervantes Institute in NYC, recorded for WQXR (New York Times Classical Radio). In May Olga won second prize at 2009 Longy All-School Concerto Competition and is scheduled to perform as soloist with Longy Chamber Orchestra during the upcoming concert season. Her performances have been most recently reviewed in the Boston Musical Intelligencer.

Music & Video Samples

  • J. S. Bach
  • J. S. Bach
  •  Johannes Brahms
    • Sonata in D minor, Op. 108
  • Maurice Ravel
    • Tzigane
Olga Caceànova

"It was bewildering to hear two “up-and-coming” performers play with the organic togetherness of musicians who have been collaborating for decades. It’s not just a matter of execution, but that sort of higher tier of interpretation that gives vibrancy to a performance."
— Peter Van Zandt Lane, The Boston Musical Intelligencer, January 16, 2009

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