Olga completed her master's degree with an exam concert at the University Aula in Oslo last June with music by Norwegian and Polish composers. She will now begin an opera repetiteur masters at the Norwegian Academy of Music. She is very excited to be starting this degree and to explore the world of opera.
Olga is excited for a number of exciting projects coming up this coming term. She has been selected for the final of the Yamaha Foundation Scholarship for Scandinavia, and also for the Nordic Piano Competition in Sweden.
Olga is delighted to have been selected as one of the soloists for 'De Unges Konsert' with the Bergen Philharmonic on the 31st of March.
She will perform Beethoven's First Piano Concerto.
The Jørgensen Trio are absolutely delighted to have been appointed CAVATINA Chamber Music Fellows at the Royal Academy of Music for the academic year 2015/16!
Olga and the Jørgensen Trio are excited to announce that they have just won the St Martin in the Fields Chamber Music Competition 2015. They also won the Audience Prize and are thrilled that they are the first group ever to have received both these prizes at this competition!
The New Year is here and Olga is excited for a variety of projects and concerts she will be part of this coming year. First up is a New Year's Trio Concert in the town of Enkirch in the Mosel Valley in Germany on the 4th of January.
The Jørgensen Trio are also excited to play in masterclass to Trio Owon and Olga is looking forward to collaborating with the Vilnius String Quartet in Sinding's Piano Quintet at the Johan Halvorsen Music Festival in Drammen in March.
Apart from this she is excited for a number of solo recitals in Norway and the UK and also for chamber music concerts including Enesco's Violin Sonata no 3 and Vaughan Williams' Piano Quintet. More info to come!
Olga and her trio have just returned from an inspiring week at Aurora Chamber Music in Sweden where they enjoyed individual and chamber music lessons with Martin Roscoe, Per Nystrom, Olivier Charlier and Gerhard Schulz, and where they also performed Ravel's Piano Trio.
Olga has also had the privilege to play in a Chopin Mazurka masterclass to Andrzej Jasinski at the Royal Academy of Music this evening.
Next Tuesday (the 11th of November) the Jorgensen Trio is looking forward to giving a lunchtime recital as part of the Academy's Tuesday Chamber Music Series, and they are also excited to perform at the National Gallery on the 23rd of November.
Olga has enjoyed a week of masterclasses in Bergen at Rekstensamlingene between the 1st and 7th of September with Leif Ove Andsnes and Professor Jiri Hlinka working on pieces by Mozart, Chopin, Schubert and Szymanowski, and resulting in two concerts.
On the 27th of June at 2pm the Jørgensen Trio will be performing in the Academy's Piano Festival in the Jacob Barnes' Prize Winners Concert. More details for the concert can be found here:
The Jørgensen Trio are delighted to have won the Harry Isaacs Piano Trio Prize at the Royal Academy of Music this June.