Anatoly Konstantinovich Aleksandrovich

1922 -

Picture of Anatoly Konstantinovich Aleksandrovich
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 singing.

Aleksandrovich is another Russian tenor specialized in Radio and concert singing during the Soviet period.
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Anatoly Konstantinovich Aleksandrovich singsO moye soltse
In RA Format

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