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Michael Klimentevich Hamburg Edit Profile

also known as Abram-Michel-Kalman Leibovich

conductor , pianist , teacher

Hamburg Michael Klimentevich was a conductor, pianist, teacher.

Background

Hamburg Michael Klimentevich ( his real name Abram-Michel-Kalman Leibovich) was bornr in January according to other data in 12th of July 1855 year in Yaroslavl, Russian Federatoion.

Career

In 1888 he left for Moscow, and in 1890 he emigrated with his family to England. In London, he opened the "Hamburg-conservatory", in which, for 20 years of its existence, many Englishmen have received musical education. In 1910 he moved to Canada, took Canadian citizenship. In Toronto, he founded the Hamburg Conservatory, where by 1914 there were 30 teachers, pianoforte and 37 in the other disciplines. Among the students is a pianist-accompanist with the humble name of Gerald Moore. He regularly performed a piano part in the "Hamburg Trio".

In 1879 he opened Music Classes which in 1882 were taken by the Imperial Russian Musical Society under their patronage and became the first professional music school in Voronezh. Director and teacher of these classes.

Works

  • A collection of exercises

    • Technique of piano playing

      1881

Connections

In Boguchar, Voronezh province he Married the daughter of a Zemsky doctor Mark Levin.