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Overview & topics covered

In this course, violinist Oksana Solovieva discusses main considerations of violin playing. Through the lessons we will discover how to look and achieve a good sound, how to develop your vibrato, finding your musical flow and phrasing, or various practical tips to focus your practice and be as efficient as possible.

Topics covered:

  • The sound: Understand what the sound is and how to produce a wonderful tone with your instrument
  • Developing your vibrato: Make your vibrato your ally in transporting your sound accross the room.
  • Flow and Phrasing: Keeping a musical line is always a challenge, and here you have the perfect toool box to improve it!
  • Just play clean: Sometimes all you have to do is forget about all the complicated details surrounding your playing and “Just play clean”.
  • Finding your instrument: The challenge of finding the right instrument.

The instructor
Oksana Solovieva
Integral member of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona since 2003

Hailing from St. Petersburg, Russia, Oksana Solovieva has garnered international acclaim as both a soloist and concertmaster, participating in renowned festivals such as Verbier, Tanglewood, and Schleswig-Holstein. Collaborating with esteemed conductors including M. Rostropovich, C. Eschenbach, Y. Temirkanov, and V. Gergiev, among others, she has showcased her exceptional talent on the global stage.

With extensive experience as a soloist and chamber musician, Oksana has been an integral member of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona since 2003. Additionally, she has shared her expertise as a violin and chamber music professor at prestigious institutions such as ESMUC, Liceu Superior Conservatory in Barcelona, and the Superior Conservatory in Zaragoza. Oksana is also sought-after for her masterclasses, with a particular focus on orchestral excerpts.

In 2017, Oksana Solovieva earned a Doctor Degree from the "Rovira i Virgili" University in Tarragona, Spain, with her thesis on "Teaching violin to higher-level students: the analogy and benefits of a vocal approach." Her passion lies in pedagogy and its historical development and future possibilities, fueling her dedication to shaping the next generation of musicians.