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Alexandra Olsavsky

Alexandra Olsavsky is a Seattle-born soprano, often featured in early music, theatrical, and chamber ensembles from around the globe. Notable highlights from the upcoming 2016–2017 season include an international debut and recording project as a featured soloist with Italy’s leading early music fusion ensemble, La Chimera, an appearance in the Saluzzo Music Festival in Purcell's The Fairy Queen, a debut performance with The Bacheler Consort lute ensemble, and the development and release of a new visceral show with Chicago's acclaimed female acapella trio, Artemisia. As a collaborator and soloist, she has performed with many noted ensembles, including Baroque Band, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Opera Playhouse, Chicago Sinfonietta, CUBE Ensemble, Haymarket Opera Company, Lakeside Singers, Lira Ensemble, Oregon Bach Festival Chorus, Oriana Singers, Savoyaires, and as a member of the backing ensemble for the Rolling Stones’ “50 and Counting” tour. Ms. Olsavsky holds a B.M. in Vocal Performance from Roosevelt University and is a current student of Ellen Hargis. www.alexandraolsavsky.com