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Olga Albasini Garaulet (Murcia, 1992) is a Spanish pianist. She studied Bachelor in Piano  at Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León in Salamanca (Spain) with professor Jose Felipe Díaz Álvarez-Estrada. From 2015 to 2017 she studied a Master’s  Degree in piano solo at Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden  (Germany) with professor Pia Kaiser. In 2017 she studies a second Master's Degree in  piano and chamber music at Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm with professor Stefan Bojsten.


From 2020 she continues her development studying with Mats Jansson at  Örebro Musikhögskola. 


She has received masterclasses from pianists like: Guillermo González, Veronica  Jochum, Dimitri Alexeev, Ferenc Rados, Claudio Martínez-Mehner and Balázs Szokolay among others. In 2012 she was awarded at the piano competition “Entre Cuerdas y  Metales” in Cartagena, Spain. In 2016 she won the scholarship given by the German  Foundation “Ad Infinitum”, and in 2018 she recieved the special prize “Pietro Iadeluca”  at the 6º International Competition Piana del Cavaliere in Italy. During the year 2019 she  attended the Talent Music Masters masterclasses in Brescia, Italy, with professor Ruben  Dalibaltayan. 

Olga has performed in concert halls around Spain, Germany, Holland, Italy and  Sweden as a soloist and as a chamber musician. In 2019 she played "Nights in the  Gardens of Spain" by Manuel de Falla as a soloist with KMH Sinfonietta in Stockholm.  She has also performed as an orchestra pianist with Swedish Chamber Orchestra and as  a répétiteur of Beethoven's opera Fidelio with Swedish Radio Choir and the world 

renowned soprano Nina Stemme.


From September 2020 she also teaches piano at the  Music conservatory (kulturskola) in Västerås, Sweden. 


Fotografía:  OLGA ALBASINI