Onisim Bron

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Onisim Mikhailovich Bron (Russian: Брон Онисим Михайлович ; 1895-1975) was a Soviet conductor active from the 1930s to 1950s.[1] From 1948 he was artistic director of the opera ensemble of All-Union Radio, and from 1952-1956 of the VTO Soviet Opera Ensemble (Ансамбль советской оперы ВТО) founded by Ivan Kozlovsky. Apart from recordings of Puccini and Massenet operas in Russian[2] his recordings include several rarer Russian operas for Melodiya which have never been re-recorded.



  1. ^ Марина Павловна Рахманова Сергей Прокофьев: к 110-летию со дня рождения 2007 Page 218 "123 Брон Онисим Михайлович (1895-1975) - дирижер, преподаватель. С 1948 г. был художественным руководителем Оперного ансамбля Всесоюзного радио, в 1952-1956 гг. - Ансамбля советской оперы ВТО, с которыми ."
  2. ^ Music in the USSR 1988 "Cio-Cio-San Y. Shumskaya; Pinkerton I. Kozlovsky, Suzuki Y. Gribova; Sharpless P. Selivanov. Bolshoi Theatre Soloists and Chorus, USSR Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Onisim Bron M10 07923 008"