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The 2011/2012 concert season meant quite a bit of traveling for Oleg. In October 2011 he was invited to the 9th Early Music Festival in Lviv, where he performed 4 different programs, including the show of his new group Sarmatica. Right after his return, he played the lute continuo for the University of Iowa producation of Euridice, an early Baroque opera by Jacopo Peri. Early February 2012 Oleg spends at the East Coast, performing concerts with The Czar’s Guitars (Bucknell College in Lewisburg, PA and Wellesley College in Wellesley, MA). At the end of March – back to the East Coast with The Timofeyev Ensemble, presenting Shloyme, the new project with Natalia Timofeyeva and Anat Pick. Mid-April 2012 –– off to Seattle to play a series of concerts with the spectacular flutist Jeff Cohan. March 25th – back to Ukraine, to run a little festival of early music called “Sarmatica,” which will involve several different performing and recording projects under his guidance, as well as a few others. And of course – June 2012: IARGUS!!!


Oleg flew back to Kiev, Ukraine on April 19 after a brief visit to Iowa and California for concerts. While in Cedar Rapids with Vadim Kolpakov, they filmed a commercial to promote the Seven-string Guitar Festival in September 2010. The commercial will air on KCRG in August and September. Oleg and Vadim also performed at Zins Restaurant in Cedar Rapids. Everyone had a great time. Oleg then flew off to California to perform with John Schneiderman.

 

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