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Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich


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Albreht, Karl Frantsevich (1807- 1863), a misician
ALBRECHT, Karl Frantsevich (1807–1863, Gatchina Town), violinist, composer, choirmaster, teacher. He was born in Prussia where he obtained musical education. In the period 1825-38 he worked as a violinist and a conductor at different choirs and... more

Bryullov, Karl Ivanovich (1799-1852), an artist
BRYULLOV, Karl Pavlovich (1799–1852), an artist. He graduated from the St.Petersburg Imperial Academy of Arts (1821), his teachers were A.I. Ivanov, A.Y. Yegorov and V.K. Shebuyev. In the period 1823-27 he trained in Italy, receiving Imperial... more

Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857), a musician
GLINKA, Vasily Andreyevich (1804–1857), composer, the father of Russian classical music. In 1822 he graduated from the St.Petersburg school for children of the nobility at the Central Pedagogical Institute. In 1834 he travelled to Italy and Germany,... more

Karmalina, Lyubov Ivanovna (1834-1903), an actress
KARMALINA,Lyudmila Ivanovna (born Belenitsyna) (1834 – 1903, Kobrino Village), singer, collector of folk songs. She was brought up at Yekaterininsky Institute in St.Petersburg, where singing was taught by G.Y. Lomakin. She took the piano and... more

Leonova, Darya Mikhaylovna ( 1829-1896), an actress
LEONOVA, Darya Mikhaylovna (1829, from other sources 1834 – 1896), opera and drama actress, chamber singer, teacher. Since 1849 she studied at St.Petersburg Theatre School. Since 1850 she performed as a singer and a drama actress at Aleksandrinsky... more

"Priyutino", a literary and art estate-museum
"Priyutino", a literary and arts estate-museum (Vsevolozhsk Town, Priyutino, 1) was fonded on 17 December 1974 in the former estate of A.N. Olenin, the President of the Academy of Arts and the Head of the Imperial Public Library. In 1795... more

Ryabovo, a country estate
Ryabovo, a country estate (on the territory of the town of Vsevolozhsk). Under Peter I the estate belonged to A.D. Menshikov, under Anna Ioannovna it belonged to Duke Ernst Johann Biron, in the middle of the 18th century the estate owner was... more

Toksovo, urban settlement
TOKSOVO, an urban settlement in Vsevolozhsk District. Population: 5,900. In 1920-49, it was a district center (before 1936, the adm. center of a Finnish ethnic district.) The toponym Toksovo (Finnish “Toksova”) is of a Baltic Finnish origin, and... more

Tosno District
TOSNO DISTRICT, municipal entity. Located in the south of the central part of Leningrad Oblast, bordering Gatchina District in the west, St. Petersburg in the north-west, Kirovsk District in the north-north-west, Kirishi District in the east,... more