Extractions: (Redirected from List of famous Russians This is a list of people associated with Imperial Russia , the Soviet Union , and Russia of today. For a long time Russia was a multinational country, and many people of different nationalities contributed to its culture, to its glory, and to its sorrow. They may be Georgians Jews Poles Moors ... Germans ,... Sometimes we don't know their exact ancestry. Sometimes their formal nationality was written down at random or for political or other reasons. They may have emigrated or immigrated , and thus may appear in other "Lists of...", but nevertheless their names are linked to the words "Russia", "Russian", whether with pride, with shame, or with pain. Table of contents 1 Art
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THE NAMES CONCERNED TO THE TAMBOV REGION Moisey markov (1908 1994) - Soviet physicist-theorist alexander A.Pushkin (1833-1914)- the eldest son Reentovich (1914-1982) - a violinist, People s Artist http://www.tstu.ru/eng/tambov/imena/imena.htm
Extractions: A B D E ... Z Valentin Avrorin - a Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the outstanding expert in the sphere of Tungus and Manchurian languages, one of the creators of the Nananian written laguage. He was born in Tambov in the family of a teacher. In 1925 Avrorin graduated from one of the Tambov schools. (image) Vasily Agapkin - a military orchestra conductor, composer, author of the well-known march "Slav Woman Farewell". In 1912-1915 he studied at Tambov musical school and later served here in the forces. In 1941 and 1945 he conducted the orchestras which took part in the historical reviews on the Red Square in Moscow. (image) Amvrosy, the Optinsky elder, (Alexander Grenkov) - made a valuable contribution to the book-publishing in the Tambov eparchy, founded a nunnery with a shelter and almshouse. In 1988 he was canonized. Such prominent people as F.Dostoevsky, L.Tolstoy, the philosophers V.Soloviov and K.Leontiev came to see Amvrosy in the Optina hermitage. (image) Nickolai Annenkov (Kokin) - the "patriarch" of the Moscow Maly Theatre. Since 1946 he tought in M.Schepkin Drama School. Such prominent actors as Oleg Dal and Pavel Luspekaev were his pupils. Annenkov was born in the village of Inzhavino of the Tambov region in a farmer's family.
The St. Petersburg Times - Events Listings (Stages) Violin Music Virtuoso Moscow violinist Vladimir Spivakov The Seagull alexander Tovstonogov,son of legendary Oryol presents Vladimir markov s interpretation of http://www.sptimesrussia.com/archive/times/731/events/stages.htm
Extractions: Fri. December 14 GO TO TOP OF PAGE ballet Evening of George Balanchine Ballets Premiere of Balanchine's "Prodigal Son," set to music by Prokofiev and first shown by Diaghilev's Ballet Russes in Paris in 1929, plus "Serenade" and "Theme With Variations." Mariinsky Theater opera PREMIERE! Cosi Fan Tutte Goetz Fischer of Germany stages Mozart's opera about a pair who test the fidelity of their friends by swapping partners and courting them in disguise. Conducted by Alexander Sladkovsky. Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory Theater. concert Cappella Symphony Orchestra Concert Hobart Earl (USA), conductor, Pavel Raikerus (piano). Music by Mozart, Ravel and Mendelssohn. State Cappella St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra Concert Lutauras Balchunas (Lithuania), conductor. Soloists of the Mariinsky Academy for Young Singers. Verdi's "Requiem." Shostakovich Philharmonic theater MOSCOW SOVREMENNIK THEATER TOUR: Three Comrades Galina Volchek directs her interpretation of Erich Maria Remarque's novel of the same name.
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Manhattan School Of Music: Faculty with Galimir, Gingold, Juilliard Quartet, alexander Schneider. Rondo Chamber Orchestra,Albert markov Summer Music Methods Violin Technique, Little violinist. http://www.msmnyc.edu/prep/faculty/
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Pravda.RU Fifth International Ballet Competition dancers, including Irina Zhelonina, Igor markov, Anna Polikarpova There he made friendswith alexander Pushkin and 1739 Russian violinist to visit South Africa http://english.pravda.ru/culture/2002/06/20/30768.html
Extractions: The fifth international ballet competition Vaganova-Prix opened yesterday in the Museum of the Vaganova Russian Ballet Academy to continue until June 26. Founded in 1988 as a competition between ballet colleges of the former USSR, Vaganova-Prix received the status of an international competition in 1995. Many of its graduates have become famous dancers, including Irina Zhelonina, Igor Markov, Anna Polikarpova, Ulyana Lopatina, Maya Dumchenko, Andrian Fadyeyev, Svetlana Zakharova and Igor Kolb. At this year's competition, participants include ballet school senior year students from various Russian cities, namely Moscow, St. Petersburg, Perm, Novosibirsk, Voronezh, Krasnoyarsk, Kazan, Saratov, and Ufa, and also from Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Estonia, Brazil, Hungary, Italy, Poland, the US, South Korea, and Japan.
Violinists century. markov, alexander Russian-born Americian classical solo violinist.Biography, reviews, discography, and contact information. http://dmoz2.telekurier.at/Arts/Music/Instruments/Strings/Bowed_Strings/Violin/V
Classical Music Forum (washingtonpost.com) Tim Page There is a wonderful young violinist named alexander markov who recordeda flabbergasting version of the 24 Caprices about 15 years ago. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64482-2004Apr9.html
Extractions: Wednesday, April 14, 2004; 2:00 PM Tim Page is the chief classical music critic for The Washington Post and the author or editor of a dozen books, including "Dawn Powell: A Biography," "The Glenn Gould Reader," "The Unknown Sigrid Undset," "William Kapell: A Documentary Life History of the American Pianist" and the forthcoming "Tim Page on Music" (Amadeus Press). He won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 1997 for his writings about music for The Post. He has also worked as an artistic adviser (the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra), a radio host (WNYC-FM in New York), a record producer (BMG Catalyst) and, in his younger days, a rock musician and cocktail pianist. A graduate of Columbia University, he lives in Washington with his wife, Julieta Stack. A transcript follows.
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The Bozeman Symphony BACK TO TOP. alexander markov Violin. Internationally celebrated violinistalexander markov has been hailed as one of the most captivating musicians. http://symphony.gomontana.com/artists.html
Extractions: Conductor Oscar Bustillo began his musical studies as a pianist, and in that capacity he earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Fine Arts from the University of Miami and Purchase Conservatory respectively, graduating with honors from both institutions. It was while finishing his Masters at Purchase that Mr. Bustillo began to cultivate his lifelong interest in conducting, and where in 1999, he subsequently earned the opportunity to conduct several performances of the Nutcracker Ballet with the Purchase dance corps and members of the New York City Ballet. Mr. Bustillo went on to graduate from the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore where he furthered his studies with the acclaimed conductor and renowned teacher, Gustav Meier. Currently (as of spring 2003), he serves as Assistant Conductor to the Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra and the Norwalk Youth Symphony. His guest conducting engagements have included: The Kharkov (Ukraine) Opera Theater, where in March 2003, he conducted La Traviata as well as a symphonic performance which featured the premiere of Copland's Appalachian Spring in that region, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the Florida West Coast Symphony, and the North Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra. Later this season he will conduct the Bozeman Symphony in Montana. Other conducting festivals and workshops have taken Mr. Bustillo to Baltimore, Toronto, Ottawa, New York City, Miami Beach, Maine, and California. In 2001, he received a finalist diploma in the New Millennium International Conducting Competition held in Kharkov.
Rondo Bennington Music Festival Dr Heasock Rhee. She has collaborated with many renowned artists includingviolinist alexander markov and cellist Marion Feldman. http://www.rondomusicfestival.com/faculty.htm
Extractions: Albert Markov, internationally renowned violinist, composer, conductor and teacher is the Artistic Director of the Rondo Bennington Music Festival. As a teacher at the Manhattan School of Music, he guides young musicians in their studies, whether they aspire to be professional or non-professional musicians. Mr Markov has an unfailing philosophy of self-improvement which he continually encourages his students to adopt. Alexander Markov was born in Moscow and studied with his father, Albert Markov. By the time he was eight years old, he was already appearing as a soloist with orchestras and performing double concertos with his father. He is now an internationally celebrated violinist and has established a reputation second-to-none in the 19th century virtuoso repertoire. Mr Markov performs and teaches for the Rondo Bennington Music Festival.
Extractions: by Cheniston K. Roland - Violin Historian by Cheniston K. Roland - Violin Historian My first experience with fine violins was at the age of 14. Musician friends took me to a recital by Mischa Elman. This was a great musical event at that time(1946) he was the first international violinist to visit my town after World War II. At the end of the concert we went to speak with Elman, when several people asked to see and possibly hold his violin. He very kindly allowed some of us to draw the bow over the strings and play a few notes - it was enough to change my life forever. I think Elman was using the `Swan' Strad on that evening. Since then I have spent an evening with David Oistrakh, who had with him his magnificent Strad. On another occasion I spent an afternoon with Wolfgang Schneiderhan who had two beautiful Strads with him that day. During the last fifty years I have played on any number of instruments by the best makers and have never lost the excitement of the occasion. Many international violinists have visited my home bringing with them as many wonderful violins, Bergonzi, Petrus Guanerius (two in one day) Techler, Amati, Pedrazini, Testore, Gragnani, Grancino, Gagliano, Guadagnini, Silvestre and many more.