Ortansia's music career
Some of Ortansia's songs.
Airplay on 'Hit FM'
Ortansia's Latin number 'Closer, Still Closer' received massive airplay on the Panama FM radio station 'Hit FM' recently.
The guitarist on 'Closer, Still Closer' is the flamenco guitarist Antonio Rey, the winner of the 2020 Latin Grammy Award.
Ortansia's cute song 'Snow Waltz' also receive massive airplay on Tackle berry's in-house radio throughout February 2020, it will be played 600 times at all its 200 stores in Japan and elsewhere.
Christmas Concert in Tokyo
Ortansia with conductor and pianist Alim Shakh
One-Hour Interview on FM Radio
Japanese FM Radio
Ortansia was invited as sole guest on a one-hour interview programme on an FM radio station in Chiba, Japan in 2017 in which she spoke of her experiences as a singer and composer, as well as her early life and influences on her singing and composing career.
Songs Played on the Radio
FM Radio and Internet radio
Ortansia's songs have received a substantial number of plays on both FM and internet radio internationally, including radio stations in Japan, the US, UK, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Belgium and Holland.
with Alim Shakh and Anton Schwarz
Photo taken at a St. Petersburg recording studio near the Hermitage museum during the recording of Ortansia's first cd, Silent Heart. The two gentlemen are Alim Shakh, conductor and music producer (left) and Anton Schwarz, recording engineer (right).
with Professor Tamara
Ortansia having a singing lesson with world-renowned Professor Tamara, soprano singer, meritorious artist and Professor of singing at the Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory.
Enjoying a Break from Recording
with Anton Tanonov
Ortansia enjoying a break from recording with Professor Anton Tanonov, former head of the composition department at the Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory. Anton Tanonov was the sound engineer on Ortansia's second cd, A Secret, recorded in St. Petersburg.
Enjoying a breather
Outside the Comedy Theatre
Conductor Alim Shakh (right), ballet dancer Dimitri Ustuzhanin (centre) and Professor Noel Williams (left) enjoying a breather outside the Comedy Theatre in St. Petersburg.