Olga Pashchenko is a young artist who has already established a reputation as a versatile performer with her own individual style of performance notable for sensitiveness toward different musical styles, virtuosity, wealth of color and special approach to each instrument she plays.

Olga Pashchenko was born in 1986 in Moscow. She began her musical studies at the age of six in the Children’s Myaskovski Music School in the piano class of Sofia Genis. 1993 became laureate of the All-Russian Young Pianists’Competition.

In 1993 Olga entered the Moscow Special Gnessin Music School where she studied piano with Tatiana Zelikman and harpsichord with Olga Martynova. She gave her first piano recital in New York at the age of 9. In 2002 was granted the scholarship of the fund “Russian Performance Art”. In 2003 became laureate of the Third International Gnessin Young Artists Competition and the Third International Beethoven Festival of Chamber Music..

In 2005 Olga Pashchenko graduated with honors from the Gnessin School and entered the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

2010 she graduated with honors from two departments of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory - Department of Historical and Modern Art Performance where she studied with professor Alexei Lubimov (piano), professor Olga Martynova (harpsichord, fortepiano), and Organ Department – class of Alexei Shmitov.

In 2010 Olga Pashchenko has entered the postgraduate studies of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory – class of professor Alexei Lubimov, research supervisor – D.Mus.A. Konstantin Zenkin.

2011 entered Amsterdam Conservatory for fortepiano and harpsichord master studies under Richard Egarr.