Aleksandrovich was born on December 13, 1922 in Petrograd (Saint Petersburg).
He studied at the Ryazan musical school (vocal faculty) and postgraduate study at the
Leningrad Rimsky-Korsakov state Conservatory.
During October 1941, while cadet at the Military-engineering school, he was
sent to the front by the commander of a blasting platoon.
At the end of 1944, he was gravely wounded and had to have a leg amputated.
He was sent back home.
Aleksandrovich sang leading roles at the Opera studio
at the Conservatory. He was also
soloist of the Kirov (Mariinsky), and
the soloist-vocalist of State philharmonic "Petersburg-concert".
Anatoly Konstantinovich Aleksandrovich was mainly a concert
singer, having more than 700 arias/songs in his repertory. Since 1990, he is teaching
Aleksandrovich is another Russian tenor specialized in Radio and concert singing during the Soviet period.
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