Alexandra Olsavsky, a “beautifully voiced” soprano (Herald-Times, Bloomington Early Music), is a collaborative musical artist who actively performs with a diverse array of artistic ensembles, including those specialized in Renaissance and Baroque era music, world music, chamber works, music of living composers, interdisciplinary art-making, social justice, and outreach.
The 2018-2019 season includes continued tours with acclaimed Chicago group Fifth House Ensemble for multiple performances of Journey: LIVE; continued Concerts for Hopeoutreach tours in with pianist and composer Eric Genuis; the sheet music release of "What Happens When a Woman?", an original composition for SSA women's choir; a recording releases from Artemisia, and Benedict Sheehan; and multiple concert tours and a release of their debut album "Sounds Like Us" with leading female vocal trio, Artemisia (pictured below), of which Alexandra is a founding member.
Of note, Alexandra is the recipient of a generous Make a Wave grant from 3Arts: a nonprofit organization that supports Chicago's women artists, artists of color, and artists with disabilities who work in the performing, teaching, and visual arts.
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