Scene from Tableau I of P.I. Tchaikovsky`s opera “Eugene Onegin” in the performance of the Conservatoire opera studio (1945).
Program of the performance of the Conservatoire opera studio (1945).
The concert for the winner-soldiers in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (May 1945)
The first fireworks in Moscow to celebrate the liberation of the cities of Orel and Belgorod from the fascist invadors (5th August 1943).
The Board of Honour in memory of the Conservatoire pedagogues and students perished during the Great Ratriotic War
Quartet of pedagogues of the Moscow Conservatoire (Ya. I. Rabinovich, M.B. Pitkus, Yu.I. Yankelevich) gives a racital for soldiers at the front (1943)
E.G. Gilels plays for soldiers at the front (1942).
A few minutes of lull at the front-line.
Poster of the concert performed by the graduates from the Central School of Music at the Moscow Conservatoire (June 1941).
Scene from the performance of O. Nicolai`s opera “Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor” by the Conservatoire opera studio (1940/41)
Festive meetting in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire dedicated to the centenary of P.I. Tchaikovsky (1940).
David Fyodorovich Oistrakh receiving congratulations at J. Thibaut International Violin Competition in Brussels (1937)
E.G. Gilels and Ya.I. Zak, winners of the International Piano Competitions in Vienna and Brussels (1938). In the centre is S.Ye. Feinberg (1936)
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).
Stage plan by director V.L. Nardov-Knipper for the performance of Rimsky-Korsakov`s opera “The Tsar`s Bride” by the Conservatoire opera studio.
Scene from Mozart`s “Cosi fan tutte” performance of the Conservatoire opera studio (1928).
Vladimir Leonidovich Nardov-Knipper (1876-1942), singer, producing director of the opera studio (1923-1941). Meried Artist of the Conseervatoire National Studio.
Alexander Borisovich Khessin (1865-1955), composer, conductor. Taught in class of opera studio (1935-1941, sicne 1939 – professor), artistic director of the opera studio (1936-1938). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
Scene from Rimsky-Korsakov`s “Snow Maiden” performance of the Conervatoire opera studeo.
Scene from Mozart`s “Le Nozze di Figaro” perfomance of the Conservatooire opera studio (1933).
M.M. Ippolitov- Ivanov among the participants of the P.I. Tchaikovsky Opera Studio.
M.M. Ippolitov- Ivanov and Ye. A. Kolchin (second row, fourth and fifth from left) among the operatic class students of the Conservatoire.
The performance of the First Komsomol Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatoire (1932/1933).
Poster announcing the concert of the First Komsomol Symphony Orchestra of the Conservatoire (1932/33).
Concert program of the Conservatoire Chamber Orchestra performed in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (1930).
A.V. Voldin, A.B. Dyakov and A.I. Yampolsky.
A.P. Ostrovskaya and A.F. Goedicke among the participants of the demonstration (1st of May 1936).
The graduates and pedagogues of the Chair of Military Bandmaster.
At the concert in the Small Hall, featuring F. Schubert`s “Forellen” Quintet. Professors of the Conservatoire: D.M. Tsyganov, I.F. Gertovich, K.N. Igumnov, S.P. and V.P. Shirinskys (1930).
Alexander Vladimirovich Volodin (1897-1966), clarinettist. Teacher of clarinet (1937-1966, since 1940 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
Mikhail Innokentyevich Tabakov (1877-1956), trumpeter. Teacher of trumpet (1919-1949, since 1923 – professor), head of Trumpet Chair (1938-1943), head of Chair of Special Wind Instruments, Department of Military Conductors (1943-1956). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR. Together with his pupils (the 1930s).
Sergei Nicolayevich Yeremin (1903-1980), trumpeter. Teacher of trumpet (1932-1980, since 1939 – professor).
Program of the chamber concert performad by the Conservatoire students (1929).
Poster announcing S.V. Rozanov`s concert in the Small Hall of the Conservatoire dedicated in the 25th anniversary of the work (1919).
Sergei Vassilyevich Rozanov (1870-1937), clarinettist. Professor of clarinet (1916-1937), head of Chair of Wind Instruments (1931-1935). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
Nickolai Ivanovich Platonov (1894-1967), flutist, composer. Teacher of flute, chamber ensemble and windinstrument playing (1930-1967, since 1945 – professor.
Vladislav Mikhailovich Blazhevich (1881-1942), trombonist, conductor and composer. Teacher of trombone (1920-1942, since 1922 – professor). With his pupil Konstantin Ivanovich Kurpekov in the classroom.
Ivan Josifovich Kostlan (1877-1963), bassoonist. Teacher of bassoon (1922-1963, since 1939 – professor).
Ferdinand Ferdinandovich Eckert (1865-1941), horn player. Professor of horn and military-band instrumentation (1904-1941). Together with his pupils.
Josif Frantsevich Gertovich (1887-1953), double bass player. Teacher of double bass (1922-1933, 1938-1940, since 1940 – professor).
The Moscow Conservatoire Quartet (since 1923 – the Beethoven Quartet) the Beethoven Quartet (1903-1974), cellist, teacher of violin (since 1930, since 1935- professor), head of Violin Chair (1956-1986), Peopl`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR, State Prize Vassily Retrovich Shirensky (1901-1956), violinist, composer: teacher of score reading and quartet class )1939-1965, since 1950-…Details
Anatly Andreevich Brandukov (1921-1930), cellist. Professor of cello (1921-1930). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR. Together with the pupils of his class. Sitting are: G.M.Nemenetsky, A.A. Brandukov, N.Kuzminskaya. Standing are: A.V. Khramov, A.V. Broun, A.N. Yegorov, N.A. Baron (late 1920).
A group of the Conservatoire professors and pedagogues. Sitting are: M.M. Mirzoyeva, M.N. Nemenova-Lunz, L.M. Zehtlin, H.G. Neuhaus, K.V. Kvitka. Standing are: A.I. Yampolsky, V.N. Tsybin, A.F. Goedicke, K.N. Igumnov, Ye.V. Gippius.
The Lower Park. The monument to Peter the Great.
The Lower Park. The Hermitage pavilion.
The Monplaisir palace. The central hall.
The Lower Park. The Sheaf fontain in front of the Monplaisir palace.