A.I. Yampolsky (centre) with his pupils and participants in the Eugene Ysaye Intrnational Violin Competition in Brussel: M.S. kozolupova, D.F. Oistrakh, A.B. Dyakov, E.G. Gilels, M.I. Fichtengolz, B.E. Goldstein and the Sovet Embassy representative in Brussels (1937).
Members of the jury at the Vocalists` Contest professors of the Conservatoire V.V. Barsova, N.G. Raiskj, Ye. K. Katulskaya (1933).
A. Kostomolotsky`s frendly caricature featuring the winners at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw (1927) L.N. Oborin (Its prixe), G.R. Ginzburg (4th prize) and their teachers K.N. Igumnov and A.B. Goldenweiser.
Program of the First All-Union Competition of Perforfers – Musicans (1933)
Scene from M.P. Musorgsky`s opera “Khovanshina” performed bay the Conservatoire opera studio. Conductor K. S. Saradzhev.
Poster announcing the “Khovanshina” performance by the Conservatoire opera studio (1928).
.Konstantin Konstantinovich Ivaniv (1908-1984), pupil of L.M. Ginzburg, conductor, People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.
Konstantin Solomonovich Saradzhev (1877-1954), violinist, conductor, music figure. Professor of conducting, taught orchestral and choral classes (1922-1938). People`s Artist of the Armenian SSr. Together with his pupils. B.E. Khaikin, A.M. Braginsky, K.S. Saradzhev, Yu. M. Timofeyev, L.M. Ginzburg
Nickolai Semenovich Golovanov (1891-1953), conductor, pianist, composer. Professor of orchestral and operatic classes (1925-1929, 1943-1948). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prizes.
Rehearsal of N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov`s opera “The Tsar`s Bride” for the performance of the Conservatoire opera studio. Conductor N.S. Golovanov.
Poster of the performance given by the Conservatoire opera studio (1928).
V.L. Narodov-Knipper (in the second row, second from left) with the perfofmance of “Tcherevichki” of the Conservatoire opera studio (1928).