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A native of Moscow, Russia; Oleg Sulyga began his music education in Moscow Central Music School; later continuing it at SMU in Dallas; Paris, France; and the University of Houston under the guidance of professor Emanuel Borok.
Mr. Sulyga was a member of the world-renowned ensemble “The Moscow Virtuosi” led by Vladimir Spivakov; with which he traveled extensively and performed in the world’s most prestigious concert halls. As a chamber musician, he performed with the principles of the Wiener Philharmoniker and The Kopelman Quartet. As an orchestral musician, he has performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony, and the Houston Symphony orchestras. In addition, Mr. Sulyga has been a participant in numerous international festivals worldwide; such as Ravinia, Prague Spring Festival, Pacific Music Festival, Colmar International Music Festival, and Schlezwig-Holstein Festival.
Currently, Mr. Sulyga is a violinist of the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra, Houston Ballet, Mercury, and the Bach Society of Houston and is a frequent chamber musician, teacher, clinician, and adjudicator. Previous positions include being an Affiliate Artist at the University of Houston where he taught violin and assisted in the quartet in the residence program.
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