Dubrovsky Viktor( People's Artist of the RSFSR, Honored Artist of the Byelorussian SSR, associate professor, one of the prominent Soviet conductor, widely known in the country and abroad.)
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(10.HII.1927, g. Voronezh - 17.H.1994, g. Smolensk)
They made many recordings of symphonic and folk music on the All-Union Central Radio and Television. Many of them entered the "golden fund". "Tune" repeatedly produced the plate with his records, as well as in a joint performance with the greatest musicians of the twentieth century. S. Richter, E. Gillelsom, C. Rostropovich, D. Shafranov, D. Oistrakh, I. Kogan, V. Cliburn, D. Ogdon, and many others. In 1944, Mr.. graduated with honors from the Central Music School in Moscow desyatileitku on violin and continued studies with Professor L. Zeitlin, Orchestra faculty of Moscow State Conservatory, graduating in 1949. Honors. In the same year he entered the newly opened conductor CIM faculty in the class of Professor Leo Ginzburg, who in 1953. graduated with honors. Another student IV year was adopted by competition in the State Academic Symphony Orchestra, assistant conductor of the USSR. In 1956, Mr.. appointed artistic director and principal conductor of State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the BSSR (Minsk). It was the first performer of many works of Belarusian composers (Tikotsky, Bogatyrev, Wagner, Glebov, etc.). Since 1962. within 15 years - the artistic director and chief conductor of one of the oldest in the country's state -
governmental Academic Russian Folk Orchestra. N. Osipov (Moscow). Large artistic achievements of the orchestra in this period have made possible systematic tours in the United States, Canada, England, Germany, Japan, France, Australia and other countries. Over 10 years D. taught a class on conducting at the Belarusian State Conservatory and the Moscow State Institute of Culture. In 1988. D. created the first time in Smolensk professional Russian Folk Orchestra, becoming its artistic director and principal conductor, and since 1991. concurrently served as artistic director and principal conductor of State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus.
Over 45 years of concert activity conducted by Dr.. toured more than 50 countries around the world, his account around 2500 concerts. In 1968. in Hamburg, he was awarded the "Golden Disc". Smolensk Russian Folk Orchestra since 1995. named D. - Its creator and leader.