Valery Klimov (violinist)
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Valeri Klimov (born October 16, 1931) is a Russian violinist.
Klimov was born in Kiev (then in the Soviet Union, now in Ukraine). He was trained at the Odessa and Moscow Conservatories. While a disciple of David Oistrakh there, he was appointed a soloist at the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and won the inaugural violin edition of the International Tchaikovsky Competition.
He is now a teacher at the Moscow Conservatory.
- The New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians - vol. X, pages 111-12.
- Russia's Embassy in India
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