Olga Jegunova

The Latvian pianist Olga Jegunova makes every performance fresh and compelling. She possesses a remarkable musical imagination combined with a seriousness of purpose and discipline. Her repertoire ranges from Bach to Schnittke, Scarlatti to Bartok and includes much contemporary repertoire, not least some new works composed especially for her.

Olga plays the Warsaw Concerto!

The Warsaw Concerto was composed by Richard Addinsell for the 1941 British film “Dangerous Moonlight”. Olga Jegunova plays a piano solo version arranged by Henry Geehl.