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Imperial Russian conductors (music)

Russian choral conductors

 

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Classification: People: By occupation: Conductors (music): By nationality: Russian
Also: Russia: People: By occupation: Conductors (music)

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Imperial Russian conductors (music)

Russian choral conductors

   

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Abram Markson

Aleksander Orlov (conductor)

Aleksandr Gauk

Aleksandr Sheremetev

Alexander Anisimov

Alexander Glazunov

Alexander Kantorov

Alexander Lazarev

Alexander Melik-Pashayev

Alexander Polishchuk

Alexander Rudin

Alexander Siloti

Alexander Vakoulsky

Alexander Vedernikov

Alexander Vladimirovich Varlamov

Anatoly Lyadov

Andrei Chistyakov (conductor)

Andrei Danilov (conductor)

Andrei Gorbatenko

Andrey Boreyko

Anton Rubinstein

Ariy Pazovsky

Armen Poghosyan

Ayrat Kashaev

Boris Abalyan

Boris Goldovsky

Boris Khaykin

Dmitri Jurowski

Dmitri Kitayenko

Dmitry Liss

Dmitry Sinkovsky

Dmitry Yablonsky

Edouard Grikurov

Eduard Andreevitch Krushevsky

Eduard Nápravník

Edvard Tchivzhel

Efrem Kurtz

Emil Cooper

Emil Młynarski

Evgeny Brazhnik

Evgeny Sheyko

Fedor Glushchenko

Felix Korobov

Fuat Mansurov

Gaetano Molla

Gennady Dmitryak

Gennady Provatorov

Gennady Rozhdestvensky

Georgy Doniyakh

Grigori Gamburg

Ignat Solzhenitsyn

Igor Dronov

Igor Stravinsky

Ilya Musin (conductor)

Issay Dobrowen

Ivan Kerzelli

Ivan Monighetti

Jacques Gershkovitch

Karl Eliasberg

Kirill Kondrashin

Kirill Petrenko

Kirill Tikhonov

Konstantin Ivanov (conductor)

Konstantin Saradzhev

Leo Ginzburg

Leonid Korchmar

Leonid Malashkin

Lev Steinberg

Mark Ermler

Mark Gorenstein

Mark Kadin

Matthew Krel

Maurice Yaklashkin

Maxim Fedotov

Maxim Shostakovich

Michail Jurowski

Mikhail Kerzelli

Mikhail Pletnev

Mikhail Press

Mikhail Sokolovsky (composer)

Mikhail Tatarnikov

Mikhail Tushmalov

Mikhail Zhukov (conductor)

Misha Rachlevsky

Mstislav Rostropovich

Murad Kajlayev

Nikolai Golovanov

Nikolai Malko

Nikolai Minkh

Nikolai Rabinovich

Nikolai Rakov

Nikolai Tcherepnin

Oleg Lundstrem

Oleg Soldatov

Oleksander Horilyj

Ossip Gabrilowitsch

Pavel Feldt

Pavel Klinichev

Pavel Kogan (conductor)

Pyotr Meshchaninov

Roman Moiseyev

Rudolf Barshai

Samuil Samosud

Serge Koussevitzky

Serge Polyanichko

Sergei Krylov (violinist)

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Sergei Skripka

Sergei Vasilenko

Stanislav Gribkov

Tugan Sokhiev

Valery Afanassiev

Valery Gergiev

Valery Kritskov

Valery Polyansky

Valery Vorona

Vasily Petrenko

Vasily Safonov

Vassili Nebolsin

Vassily Sinaisky

Victor Yampolsky

Vladimir Altschuler

Vladimir Delman

Vladimir Fedoseyev

Vladimir Jurowski

Vladimir Ponkin

Vladimir Spivakov

Vladimir Verbitsky

Vladimir Yesipov

Vladimir Ziva

Vladislav Bulakhov

Vladislav Chernushenko

Vyacheslav Kruglik

Wolf Gorelik

Yakov Kreizberg

Yevgeny Gunst

Yevgeny Kolobov

Yevgeny Mravinsky

Yevgeny Svetlanov

Yuri Fayer

Yuri Kochnev

Yuri Sakhnovsky

Yuri Simonov

Yuri Temirkanov

 

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