Praised by critics for her "deep, soulful sound" and "powerful, enchanting renditions", Olga Dubossarskaya Kaler toured three continents as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra member, combining performing and teaching careers with equal success. Kaler received numerous awards as a performer, including the Special Prize at the Rodolfo Lipitzer International Competition, 1st Prizes at the Northwestern and Thaviu-Isaacs Competitions, and more. Kaler’s orchestral engagements include the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, as well as the leadership positions with several other US orchestras, such as Rochester, Syracuse, Lake Forest Symphony and Ars Viva. Kaler is currently a member of the World Orchestra for Peace under the direction of Valery Gergiev, the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra of NY under the direction of Rossen Milanov, and The Chicago Ensemble. She appeared as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician and artist-teacher at Bowdoin International Music Festival in Maine, as well as music festivals of Skaneateles, NY, Montreal, Canada, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Athens, Greece, Villa Musica and Schleswig-Holstein Festivals in Germany. Kaler appeared on the worlds legendary concert stages, such as the Carnegie Hall of New York, Moscow Conservatory Great Hall, the Albert Hall of London, Berlin Philharmonie Hall, to name a few. She is highly sought out as a national and international competition judge and a chamber musician, frequently sharing the stage with today's leading artists.