This violist, whose first name sometimes appears as “Mischa,” was an associate from the Glinka Quartet in the ’70s. This qualified prospects to the issue of “Which Glinka?,” since another Glinka Quartet was founded in the past due ’80s away of Odessa, Ukraine. Documents suggests that both of these groups even been around at exactly the same time for quite some time. Geller’s Glinka highlighted the violinists Alexander Arenkov and Sergei Pishchugin and cellist Dmitri Ferschman. The last mentioned performer was a co-founder from the initial Glinka, which toured the Soviet Union, European countries, and america for 23 years. The afterwards Glinka ensemble received a lot more industrial success, particularly because of several jazz tasks concerning Russian musician Daniel Kramer in the past due ’90s. Discographical resources, catalogs, as well as music school recommendations frequently mistakenly list both groups being the same. Geller for the time being has managed a occupied teaching profession including a posture in the conservatory of music in Utrecht, where he provides training for many youthful violists.