Leo Ginzburg

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Leo Moritsevich Ginzburg (Лео Морицевич Гинзбург) (Warsaw April 12, 1901 – Moscow November 1, 1979) [1] was a Russian conductor and pianist of Polish origin.[2] He conducted the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (МГАСО) after Lev Steinberg and Nikolai Anosov.[3]

His students at the Moscow Conservatory included Nikolai Korndorf, Fuat Mansurov, Alexander Anissimov and the Chinese conductor Cao Peng.

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  1. ^ "Ginzburg (Ginsburg), Lev (Leo) Moritsevich", in Historical Dictionary of Russian Music, Daniel Jaffé, ed. (Scarecrow Press, 2012) pp140-141
  2. ^ Лео Гинзбург (1901-1979)
  3. ^ МГАСО