Mikhail voskresensky - фридерик шопен ноктюрны


Between 1939 and 1958 the city was known as Osipenko , so named after Hero of the Soviet Union Polina Osipenko . [2] This name has now been given to the nearby village Osypenko where Polina Osipenko was born.

Unfortunately, after the Revolution, many graves were plundered and destroyed. Wrought iron fencing, granite and marble headstones, crosses, and sculptures were removed or destroyed. Some tombs were transferred in 1930 to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery - among them the tomb of the artist Alexander Ivanov, the composer Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov and Pushkin's sister Olga Pavlishcheva. In recent years, the cemetery has undergone renovation.

In 1957 he performed Shostakovich’s Second Piano Concerto at the  Prague Spring festival in the presence of the composer, who highly praised his execution of the work. That was the premiere of the concerto in Europe.


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