Rudolf Richardovich Kerer, pianist.

Rudolf Richardovich Kerer, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1961, since 1979 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Rudolf Richardovich Kerer

Gleb Borisovich Axelrod, pianist.

Gleb Borisovich Axelrod, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1961, since 1979 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Gleb Borisovich Axelrod

Lev Nickolayevich Naumov, pianist.

Lev Nickolayevich Naumov, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1955, since 1976 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Lev Nickolayevich Naumov

Mikhail Sergeevich Voskresensky, pianist.

Mikhail Sergeevich Voskresensky, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1958, since 1979 – professor). Honoured Artist of the RSFSR.

Mikhail Sergeevich Voskresensky

Vera Vassilyevna Gornostaeva, pianist.

Vera Vassilyevna Gornostaeva, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1959, since 1971 – professor). Honoured Artist of the RSFSR.

Vera Vassilyevna Gornostaeva

Yevgeny Vassilyevich Malini, pianist.

Yevgeny Vassilyevich Malini, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1957, since 1974 – professor), dean of Piano Department (1927-1978). People`s Artist of the RSFSR. At the lesson in class-room.

Yevgeny Vassilyevich Malini

Lev Nikolayevich Vlasenko.

Lev Nikolayevich Vlasenko, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1959, sicne 1976 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR. At the lesson in the class-room.

Lev Nikolayevich Vlasenko

Victor Karpovich Merzhanov.

Victor Karpovich Merzhanov, pianist, organist. Teacher of piano (since 1947, since 1964 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Victor Karpovich Merzhanov

Vladimir Alexandrovich Natanson.

Vladimir Alexandrovich Natanson, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1935, since 1967 – professor) At the lesson in the classroom.

Vladimir Alexandrovich Natanson

Nina Petrovna Yemelyanova.

Nina Petrovna Yemelyanova, pianist. Teacher of piano (1938-1941, since 1944, since 1960 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Nina Petrovna Yemelyanova

Dmitry Alexandrovich Bashkirov.

Dmitry Alexandrovich Bashkirov, pianist. Teacer of piano (since 1957, since 1977 – professor). Honouted Artist of the RSFSR.

Dmitry Alexandrovich Bashkirov

Sergei Leonidovich Dorensky, pianist.

Sergei Leonidovich Dorensky, pianist. Teacher of piano (since 1957, since 1981 – professor), dean of Piano Departament (since 1978). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Sergei Leonidovich Dorensky, pianist. Teacher of piano.

Tatyana Petrovna Nickolayeva, pianist.

Tatyana Petrovna Nickolayeva, pianist, composer. Teacher of piano (since 1959, since 1965 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Tatyana Petrovna Nickolayeva

The second wing of the Conservatoire with class-rooms.

The second wing of the Conservatoire with class-rooms in Moscow.

Conservatoire with class-rooms

The Small Hall.

The Small Hall of the Conservatoire and the first wing with class-rooms.

the first wing with class-rooms

The Grand Hall of the Conservatoire.

The Grand Hall of the Conservatoire in Moscow.

Conservatoire in Moscow.

The monument to P.I. Tcaikovsky in front of the Moscow Conservatoire building.

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.

The monument ti P.I. Tcaikovsky in front of the Moscow Conservatoire building

T.N. Khrennikov and Jane Marsh.

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).

singer Jane Marsh

Cellist Natalia Nickolayevna Shakhovskaya.

Cellist Natalia Nickolayevna Shakhovskaya, winner of the 1st prize in cello at the Second P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition (1962).

Shakhovskaya

During the Competition.

In front of the Conservatoire during the First International P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition.

First International P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition.

Valery Klimov.

Valery Klimov, 1st – prize winner in violin at the First P.I. Tchaikovsky Competition.

Valery Klimov, 1st - prize winner in violin

Pianist Van Cliburn.

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.

Van Cliburn

In the Grant Hall of the Conservatoire.

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.

In front of the Conservatoire during the Competition.

during the Competition

Rector A.V. Sveshnikov and singer Poul Robeson.

Rector A.V. Sveshnikov, presenting an Honorary Diploma of Professorship at the Conservatoire to U.S. singer Poul Robeson (1957).

Poul Robeson

Rector A.V. Sveshnikov.

Rector A.V. Sveshnikov, presenting an Honorary Diploma of Professorship at the Conservatoire to Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodaly (first from left) (1963).

A.V. Sveshnikov

Vladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev.

Vladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev, pupil of L.M. Ginzburg, People`s Artist of the USSR. Laureate of the USSR and RSFSR State Prizes.

Vladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev, pupil of L.M. Ginzburg

Alexander Nickolayevich Lazarev.

Alexander Nickolayevich Lazarev, pupil of L.M. Ginzburg, People`s Artist of the USSR.

Alexander Nickolayevich Lazarev, pupil of L.M. Ginzburg

Leo Moritzevich Ginzburg (1901-1979).

Leo Moritzevich Ginzburg (1901-1979), conductor, pianist. Teacher of conducting (1930-1943, 1948-1979, since 1939 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Leo Moritzevich Ginzburg, conductor, pianist.

Poster announcing the concert.

Poster announcing the concert of the Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra conducted by L.M. Ginzburg (1935).

the Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra conducted by L.M. Ginzburg

Nickolai Pavlovich Anosov (1900-1962), conductor.

Nickolai Pavlovich Anosov (1900-1962), conductor. Teacher of conducting (1940-1962, since 1951 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR. Together with his pupils. S. Tsitsyn, P. Yakovenko, concertmasters M.G. Kharlap and L.D. Tikhonova, T. Osmanov and Lee Delun (1956).

Nickolai Pavlovich Anosov

Yevgeny Fyodorovich Svetlanov.

Yevgeny Fyodorovich Svetlanov, pupil of A.V. Gauk, People`s Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes.

Yevgeny Fyodorovich Svetlanov

Alexandr Vassilyevich Gauk (1893-1963). conductor, composer.

Alexandr Vassilyevich Gauk (1893-1963). conductor, composer. Teacher of conducting (1939-1963, since 1948 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Alexandr Vassilyevich Gauk

Poster announcing.

Poster announcing the concert of V.V. Nebolsin`s Chair of Operatic Training to be held in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (1958).

Poster announcing the concert of V.V. Nebolsin`s Chair of Operatic Training to be held in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (1958)

Vassily Vassilyevich Nebolsin (1898-1958), conductor, composer.

Vassily Vassilyevich Nebolsin (1898-1958), conductor, composer. Professor of conducting (1940-1945). Hinoured Artist of the RSFSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Vassily Vassilyevich Nebolsin

Alexandr Josifovich Baturin (1904-1983), singer.

Alexandr Josifovich Baturin (1904-1983), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1948-1983, since 1962 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Alexandr Josifovich Baturin

Gugo Ionatanovich Titz (1910-1986), singer.

Gugo Ionatanovich Titz (1910-1986), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1945-1986, since 1967 – professor).

Gugo Ionatanovich Titz

Anatoly Leonidovich Dolivo-Sobotnitsky (1893-1965), singer.

Anatoly Leonidovich Dolivo-Sobotnitsky (1893-1965), singer. Teacher of solo and chamber singing (1930-1965, since 1932 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Anatoly Leonidovich Dolivo-Sobotnitsky

Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev (1902-1977).

Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev (1902-1977), singer. Artist director of the opera studio (1959-1961). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev

Valeria Vladimirovna Barsova (1892-1967), singer.

Valeria Vladimirovna Barsova (1892-1967), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1950-1953, since 1952 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Valeria Vladimirovna Barsova

Sofia Ivanovna Druzyakina (1880-1953), singer.

Sofia Ivanovna Druzyakina (1880-1953), singer. Artistic director of the opera studio (1959-1961). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Sofia Ivanovna Druzyakina

Sergei Ivanovich Migai (1888-1959), singer.

Sergei Ivanovich Migai (1888-1959), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1948-1959, since 1952 – professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Sergei Ivanovich Migal

Yelena Klimentyevna Katulskaya (1888-1966), singer.

Yelena Klimentyevna Katulskaya (1888-1966), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1948-1966, since 1950- professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prizes. With her pupils Tamara Andreevna Milashkina (right) and Go-Shutsen, winners of international competitions.

Yelena Klimentyevna Katulskaya

Faina Sergeevna Petrova (1890-1975).

Faina Sergeevna Petrova (1890-1975), singer, pianist. Teacher of solo singing (1926-1928, 1945-1975, since 1945 – professor). Honoured Artist of the RSFSR.

Faina Sergeevna Petrova

Xenia Georgievna Drzhinskaya (1889-1951).

Xenia Georgievna Drzhinskaya (1889-1951), singer. Professor of solo singing (1947-1951). People`s Artist of the USSR State Prize.

Xenia Georgievna Drzhinskaya

Yelizaveta Fyodorovna Petrenko (1880-1951), singer.

Yelizaveta Fyodorovna Petrenko (1880-1951), singer. Teacher of solo singing (1929-1950, since 1935 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Yelizaveta Fyodorovna Petrenko

Xelena Nickolayevna Dorliac (1882-1945).

Xelena Nickolayevna Dorliac (1882-1945), singer. Professor of solo and chamber singing (1930-1945), head of the opera studio (1933-1934), artistic director of the opera studio (1944-1945). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Xelena Nickolayevna Dorliac

Maria Vladimirovna Vladimirova (1879-1945).

Maria Vladimirovna Vladimirova (1879-1945), singer. Teacher of solo siting (1925-1956, since 1939 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Maria Vladimirovna Vladimirova

Antonina Vassilyevna Nezhdanova (1873-1950), singer.

Antonina Vassilyevna Nezhdanova (1873-1950), singer. Professor of solo singing (1943-1950). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize. Together with her pupils.

Antonina Vassilyevna Nezhdanova

Alexandr Alexandrovich Yurlov (1927-1973)

Alexandr Alexandrovich Yurlov (1927-1973), pupil of A.V. Sveshnikov, choral conductor, music figure, People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Alexandr Alexandrovich Yurlov

Klavdy Borisovich Ptitsa (1911-1983).

Klavdy Borisovich Ptitsa (1911-1983), choral conductor. Teacher of choral conducting (1938-1941, 1943-1983, since 1956 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR.

Klavdy Borisovich Ptitsa

Alexandr Vassilyevich Sveshnikov (1889-1980).

Alexandr Vassilyevich Sveshnikov (1889-1980), choral conductor, music figure. Teacher of choral conducting (1944-1974, sicne 1946 – professor), rector (1948-1974). People`s Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes.

Alexandr Vassilyevich Sveshnikov

Nickolai Nikonorovich Soloduyev (1890-1971).

Nickolai Nikonorovich Soloduyev (1890-1971), oboist. Teacher of oboe (1935-1971, since 1943 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Nickolai Nikonorovich Soloduyev

Georgy Antonovich Orvid (1904-1980).

Georgy Antonovich Orvid (1904-1980), trumpeter, music figure. Teacher of trumpet (1931-1980, since 1941 – professor), deputy director for scientific and educational work (1948-1954). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Georgy Antonovich Orvid

Mikhail Innokentyevich Tabakov (1877-1956).

Mikhail Innokentyevich Tabakov (1877-1956), trumpeter. Teacher of trumpet (1919-1949, since 1923 – professor). Merited Art Worker of RSFSR. With his pupil Timofei Alexandrovich Dokschizer, who graduated from the Moscow Conservatoire also in L.M. Ginzburg`s class of symphonic conducting.

Mikhail Innokentyevich Tabakov

Mstslav Leopoldovich Rostropovch.

Mstslav Leopoldovich Rostropovch, cellist, conductor. Teacher of cello (1948-1974, since 1960- professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes. Together with his pupils in the class-room.

Mstslav Leopoldovich Rostropovch

Svyatoslav Nickolayevich Knushevitsky (1907-1963).

Svyatoslav Nickolayevich Knushevitsky (1907-1963), cellist. Teacher of cello (1941-1963, since 1950 – professor). Merited Artist of the RSFSR. At the lesson with his pupil Mikhail Emmanuilovich Homitzer, winner of international competitions.

Svyatoslav Nickolayevich Knushevitsky

Semyon Matveevich Kozolupov (1884-1961).

Semyon Matveevich Kozolupov (1884-1961), cellist. Professors of cello (1922-1961). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Semyon Matveevich Kozolupov

Mark Iljich Yampolsky (1879-1951), cellist. Professor of cello (1930-1951).

Mark Iljich Yampolsky (1879-1951), cellist. Professor of cello (1930-1951). Together with his pupils (the 1940s).

Liana Alexandrovna Isakadze.

Liana Alexandrovna Isakadze, pupil of D.F. Oistrakh, winner of international competitions.

Liana Alexandrovna Isakadze, pupil of D.F. Oistrakh