Maurice Yaklashkin

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Maurice Yaklashkin
Born (1947-08-04) August 4, 1947 (age 70)
vil. Chuteevo, Yantikovsky District, Chuvash ASSR, USSR
Origin  Soviet Union, Russia
Occupation(s) music teacher, conductor

Maurice Nikolaevich Yaklashkin (Russian: Мори́с Никола́евич Якла́шкин; born in August 4, 1947,. village Chuteevo of the Yantikovsky District of the Chuvash ASSR) is a choral, opera and symphony conductor, music teacher, People's Artist of Russia, Honored Art Worker of the Chuvash ASSR, professor.[1]

Now he is the artistic director and chief conductor of the Chuvash State Symphony Capella.

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Maurice Yaklashkin born in August 4, 1947 in the village Chuteevo of the Yantikovsky District of the Chuvash ASSR (RSFSR/USSR).

In 1966 he graduated from the music department Kanash pedagogic college school. In 1968-69 Maurice Yaklashkin taught in the Jantikovo secondary school, thereafter, in 1973-77, he worked at Kanash pedagogic college.

In 1973 Maurice Yaklashkin receive a diploma of the Chuvash State Pedagogical Institute.

In 1982 he graduated from the Gorky State Conservatory (in the class of Professor A. A. Lebedinsky.)

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