Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev

Picture of Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev
Picture of Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev
Picture of Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev
Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev was born in the Baschkiria on July 30th, 1927.

He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1953. His vocal teacher was Sergei Yudin.

In 1953, Pishchaev became the soloist of the Moscow philarmonic society.

He was mainly a concert singer. Pishchaev had in his repertory opera arias, romances and national songs. In 196364, Pishchaev sang all the Tchaikovsky romances (he repeated in 1965, 1971, 1975).

He is said to have suffered from birth from a withered hand, for which reason he declined operatic appearances. His only known stage appearances were as Beppe, the Astrologer (Coq d'Or), and Lenski in Leningrad.

Since 1980, Pishchaev taught singing at Gitis.
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ИНФОРМАЦИЯ УКРАДЕНА ИГОРЕМ
Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev sings Asra
In RA Format

Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev singsDubrovsky: O Give me oblivion
In RA Format

Gennady Mikhaïlovich Pishchaev singsLes pêcheurs de perles: Je crois entendre
In RA Format
I wish to thank Vladimir Efimenko for the recording (Les pêcheurs de perles) and help.

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