Olga Andryushchenko born in Moscow. She educated at the Central Special Musical School 1985 – 1996 (A.Artobolevskaya, V.Ermakov, K.Shashkina), аnd the Faculty of Historical and Modern Performing Arts of the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire under prof. Alexei Lubimov (1996 – 2002). She also studied organ 1996 – 2001 (prof. A.Parshin). Then she has finished postgraduate study in same conservatory (prof. A.Lubimov), and also as DAAD scholarship-holder Hochschule fur Musik Cologne (prof. A.Valdma). Now she continues postgraduate study (Soloklassen) in the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater Hanover (prof. Vladimir Krajnev). Fate has granted her meetings with a lot of eminent Musicians: Sviridov, Naumov, Voskresensky, Bashkirov, Bilson, Kemmerling, Bogino, and others.
She has won a number of important prizes and awards: at the 4th International Piano Competition “Franz Schubert and the Music of Modernity” in Austria (2000), at the “Premium Piano Seiler” International Piano Competition in Germany (2001), at the “Premio Vanna Spadafora” International Piano Competition in Italy (2004), at the Bach Competition in Leipzig (2006), at the “Musica antique” International Fortepiano Competition in Belgium (2007), at the “A.Scriabine” international piano competition in Paris (2008), at the “N.Rubinstein” International Piano Competition in Paris (2008), at the 1th International Fortepiano Competition in Palais Kremmsegg Austria.
She is a soloist of the Moscow State Philharmonic Society (2002-2004). She performs both as a soloist and in ensemble either piano, organ, pianoforte and harpsichord. Since 1990 she has been giving annual piano recitals in the best halls of Moscow. Also she gave a lot a piano recitals and played with orchestras in many cities of Russia, Austria, Germany, and also in Sweden, Italy, USA, Belgium, Finland, Great Britain, Canada, France,Japan etc.
Having extensive repertoire, Olga Andryushchenko conducts active performing activity from early years. She acts on a scenes 20 years, after her triumphal debut into the Moscow House of the Unions in 1990. The 12-years pianist played Mozart and Bach piano concertos with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra conducted by I.Zhukov, and the big solo program also.
After that she played with orchestras head the following conductors: V.Agafonov, A.Skulsky, A.Sidnev, E.Serov, A.Shadrin, V. Altschuler, D. Sulejmani, F. La Vecchia, etc.
She has also participated in musical festivals: The 100th Anniversary of Maria Yudina (1999), The 125th Anniversary of Arnold Schoenberg (1999), Bach Musical Year (2000), “The Soul of Japan” (2000), Ferenz Liszt Festival in Weimar (2000), VI Russian Heinrich Neuhaus Piano-Festival in Saratov (2002), Thuermer Piano-Festival in Osnabruek, Germany (2003), St.Gallen Steiermark-Festival in Austria (2003, 2004), Oleg Kagan’s Memory Festival in Kreuth, Germany (2004), Piano-Festival in Sarten, France (2004), Festival delle Citta in Portogruaro, Italy (2004), Festival Europalia-Russia – solo concert in Palais des Beaux-Arts, Salle Henry Le Boeuf, Bruxelles, Belgium (2005), Gewandhaus Leipzig (2006), Oji Hall Tokio (2009), Cite de la Musique in Paris (2010), R. Schumann Hall in Duesseldorf (2013), Rolf-Liebermann-Studio des NDR in Hamburg (2014) etc.
Olga Andryushchenko acted on radio and TV ( WDR and NDR) , has recorded some CDs.
2015 she has made acclaimed recording for Naxos ( Alexander Mosolov’s full Piano Works). 2016 Olga Andryushchenko has compared a contract with Naxos Records, for which she is going to record Nikolai Roslavets Piano works.