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The Art of Alexander Meshibovsky
By Alexander Mesibovsky and Raisa Kagramanova. By Alexander Meshibovsky, Cesar Auguste Franck (1822-1890), and Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Classical. CD. Centaur #CRC3584. Published by Centaur (NX.CRC3584).
Item Number: NX.CRC3584
Alexander Meshibovsky was born in Russia and graduated from the Kharkov Conservatory. He has performed throughout the former Soviet Union, as well as throughout Europe and the U.S. On this release he displays his broad repertoire capabilities as he performs works by Claude Debussy, Cesar Franck, and original compositions. In 1979, Mr. Meshibovsky immigrated to the United States, to work with Jascha Heifetz. In New York, he has appeared at Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, New York University, The Bruno Walter Auditorium, and at Lehman College. His extensive repertoire includes nearly 50 violin concertos from baroque to contemporary, early and modern Russian works, and his own compositions, arrangements, and transcriptions. Mr. Meshibovsky has served for many years as Professor of Violin at East Tennessee State University and the University of West Virginia, and is currently on the faculty of the Music Department at Lehman College, Columbia University Teachers College, and Long Island University.