Olga Stezhko's interest in chamber music was sparked by the Trio di Parma and the legendary Trio di Trieste with whom she studied as a teenager at the United World College of the Adriatic in Italy. As an avid chamber musician, Olga has performed at international festivals with various groups including the renowned cellist Ivan Monighetti and the late Peter Cropper of the Lindsay String Quartet. She continues to collaborate with talented young musicians and chamber groups all around Europe.
(flute, cello, piano). The London-based ensemble has forged a place as a dynamic and innovative group, inspiring a generation of new works for their genre through their commissioning work, as well as bringing to the public lost and forgotten repertoire, in particular by women composers.
In October 2019 Olga Stezhko was invited to take part in the triennial 'Performers(') Present' International Artistic Research Symposium in Singapore. She presented a lecture-recital 'And the Moon Descends - At the Crossroads of East and West', in which she drew on Debussy’s piano suites in a discussion on the boundaries between creative exchange and cultural exploitation in a historical and political context, reflecting also on the essence of musical performance.
Olga was generously supported by the Help Musicians UK Transmission Fund.