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Oleg Shchegolev was born in Kaluga, Russia.
Education background: Secondary School With Advanced Study English Language; Moscow High Technical University by N. E. Bauman; private guitar lessons from his uncle Sergej Kamensky(professional guitarist), Andrey Ryabov,New York (private lessons), Alexander Starostenko, S-Petersburg (p.l.), Valery Belinov-“King B, New York (p.l.); Colledge Of Arts, tutor-guide was Alexander Mostovoy played consisting of "Blue Bird", "Peddlers", Garanyan Big Band, L. Senchina Group were pop favorites of last century seventieth-eightieth age; Bercklee Colledge Of Music (Summer School at Umbria Jazz Clinics 1994;1995 )where Jim Kelly was a guitar teacher of him.
A Partners and participation in projects:
"ORION" sympho rock project with A. Mostovoy leader;
"The Fruits" ethnic jazz original project (S-Pitersburg);
Eugeny Kadimsky Music Filmscoring Studio;
Music Box Magazine Guitar Show(Moscow);
Music-Moscow Annual Exhibition of music equipment & instruments (headline concerts);
prize-winner of "Silver String" Festival in Moscow;
Phonograph Jazz Band(Moscow);
Oleg Shchegolev Project(Oleg Shchegolev-guitar, Leon Shupik- tenor sax, Denis Shwitov- alt sax, Anton Rewnyuk-bass, Harry Stotland-drums);
Moscow Jazz Quartet(Oleg Shchegolev-guitar, Peter Arkhipov-bass, Yury Melioransky - flugel horn, Ruslan Moisseev-drums);
O. Shchegolev & I. Rakhmanov Jazz Guitar Duo;
Yury Goloubev-double bassist (Milano, Italy);
Alexis Kozlov Jazz-rock Club project (Moscow);
Karin Kozhevnikova- jazz vocal (Moscow);
" Go Hell For Leather!” & ”Ancient Russian Vaudevilles" musicales of Ruben Seamonov Dramatic Theatre(Moscow);
Igor Kartashov, is a Honoured artist of Russia (Singer, Moscow).
Oleg Schegolev has performed at numerous international jazz and blues festivals since 1996, was awarded the Grand Prize at ‘The Silver Strings‘ festival in Moscow, 2002; the “Jazz Platform International Festival” in 2004; ‘The Future 2006 International Festival “, Moscow 2006; “Guitar Virtuoso International Contest “, St.Petersburg, 2008; “Delta of Neva International Blues Festival “ St.Petersburg, 2008.
Favorite music currents:
I.S. Bach, Debussy, Stravinsky, Rakhmaninov furthermore I like old and modern jazz, blues and rock musicians they are Jimmy Hendrix, John Mayal, Joe Pass, Miles Davis, Herbie Hanckok, John Scofield, Pat Metheny and many others but prefer to play bebop, jazz-rock and fusion music.
• “I was surprised his ability to create melody hits the mark at one stroke in such a way as to do nothing else better"
Honoured artist of Russia Igor Kartashov (Singer, Moscow).
• “Oleg are talented musician brilliant guitarist perfectly grasping various styles of modern jazz
His improvising language is distinguished by well-done melodic and specific guitar tricks peculiar to him only".
Igor Boyko, Russian fusion guitar star
• “He is real pro plays in rare among Russian guitar players manner. Each phrase is persuasive. There are no endless "sprinkling" " nothing about "".
A. Bolshakov, editor-in-chief “Music Box” magazine, Moscow
1. “Live In Kaluga”
OMNIUM Studio, Kaluga city 1998
2. “WALKIN` MY BABY BACK HOME”
“MV Studio” & “MDM Studio”, Moscow, 2002
3. OMNIUM BAND
IK Studio, Kaluga city 2005
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Val Belin (King B.)
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Great playing, great group, great empathy, Love the vibes player , who is he? Have toyed with the idea of buying a mallet kat, sounds good in this context. Greetings from Northern Ireland. Tommy thomas
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