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Boris Tishchenko

Tishchenko was a modern Russian composer and pianist who also trained beneath the stars from the Soviet program. Given birth to in Leningrad, he analyzed structure under Galina Ustvolskaya in the Leningrad Musical University in 1954 and 1955. He shifted towards the flagship Leningrad Conservatory in 1957, and in 1962 …

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Vladimir Atlantov

Atlantov was among the reigning performers on the Bolshoi Movie theater in the 1960s and ’70s, with a robust tone of voice, particularly in the very best register, and emotional strength well-suited for overwrought assignments such as for example Don José in Carmen and Gherman in Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of …

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