Olga Vilenskaia born in Noginsk by Moscow  into a family of pianists began her musical education with taking piano lessons. After receiving her high school diploma she studied privately with Manuela Uhl before taking up studies in classical singing at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock in 2006. She resumed her professional training 2011 in an opera master program at the Conservatorium Maastricht with Axel Everaert.

Masterclasses for Lied interpretation with Irwin Gage and coaching sessions with Nelly Miricioiu complemented her training. She is a scholarship holder of the ‘ad infinitum foundation’, Richard-Wagner-Stipendienstiftung and an award winner of HMT music award. During her course of studies she has been heard in numerous operatic roles such as Rosalinde in ‘Die Fledermaus’, Volpino in ‘Der Apotheker’, 1. Nymphe in ‘Rusalka’, Lyudmila in ‘Ruslan and Lyudmila’, Tatyana in ‘Eugene Onegin’, 1. Dame in ‘Die Zauberflöte’ and as Fiordiligi in Mozart’s ‘Così fan tutte’. She made her debut at the Ruhrtriennale in 2012 as 1. Corifea in Carl Orff’s ‘Prometheus’.

Since 2012 the soprano is a soloist with Frascati Symphonic. She lives in Berlin and is being tutored by Prof. Heidrun Franz-Vetter.