The monument to P.I. Tcaikovsky in front of the Moscow Conservatoire building named after the composer (1954). Sculptors V.I. Mukhina, N.G. Zalarzin, D. V. Stavitsky. Bronze, granite. The design of the railing around the monument features music lines from Tchaikovsy`s competitions.
T.N. Khrennikov, chairman of the jury at the Third International P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition of Performers-Musicians, presenting the gold medal to American singer Jane Marsh, winner of the 1st prize among voclists (1966).
Cellist Natalia Nickolayevna Shakhovskaya, winner of the 1st prize in cello at the Second P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition (1962).
In front of the Conservatoire during the First International P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition.
Valery Klimov, 1st – prize winner in violin at the First P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition.
U.S. pianist Van Cliburn, who won the 1st Prize in piano at the First P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition, and Kirill Petrovich Kondrashin (1914-1981), chief conductor of the Moscow State Phiharmony, a pedagogue of the Conservatoire (1951-1954). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR and RSFSR State Prizes.
In the Grant Hall of the Conservatoire during the First International P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition of Perfopmers-Musicians in Moscow (1958).
In front of the Conservatoire during the Competition.
Rector A.V. Sveshnikov, presenting an Honorary Diploma of Professorship at the Conservatoire to U.S. singer Poul Robeson (1957).
Rector A.V. Sveshnikov, presenting an Honorary Diploma of Professorship at the Conservatoire to Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly (first from left) (1963).