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Alexander Anissimov

Alexander Anissimov attended the Glinka School in St Petersburg as a boy. This renowned school, founded by Peter the Great, has a long tradition particularly for choral work. Alexander studied piano and organ and having started as a boy, he sang for fifteen years. He entered St Petersburg Conservatory to study conducting with Elizaveta Kudravtseva and later moved on to Moscow Conservatory where he studied orchestral and opera conducting under Leo Ginzburg and Gennady Roshdestvensky. After graduation he worked for five years in the Maly Theatre of Opera and Ballet in St Petersburg, and during these years he began to build up his extensive repertoire. In 1978 he conducted the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time in the Mravinsky Theatre in a cycle of concerts for emerging young conductors, in which many great names in Russian musical history have given their début performances.

In 1980 he conducted a début performance of Don Giovanni in Minsk and immediately received an invitation to become principal conductor of the Bolshoi Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Minsk. With an interval of five years when he went to Perm to be principal conductor of the Tchaikovsky Theatre of Opera and Ballet, he has continued to the present to hold the position of principal conductor at the Bolshoi Theatre, Minsk.



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