Alexander Vesselovsky was born in 1885 in Moscow. During his childhood, he sang in a Church
chorus and in the Moscow Synodal Chorus. During 1917-1921, Alexander Vesselovsky was
soloist at the Bolshoi. Since 1921, Alexander Vesselovsky undertook a long tour
West to Ukraine and France. He stayed outside Russia for good. Vesselovsky sang in
Russian operas in Paris, went on tour at Barcelona (1922),
Buenos Aires (1924), and Paris (Opéra, 1926,1938). From 1926, Toscanini
engaged him to sing the Russian repertory at La Scala. His best roles were in
Manon, La Traviata, Lohengrin, and Fedora. He was also busy singing concerts.
The singer died at Luiano on February 4th, 1964. His few records were made for Pathé and Columbia.