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Chamber Orchestra Kremlin & Misha Rachlevsky

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The Chamber Orchestra Kremlin was founded in 1991 by conductor Misha Rachlevsky, who continues to lead the ensemble. Over the past decade, the orchestra has earned national and international recognition as one of Russia’s leading chamber ensembles. The orchestra presents a regular season of well-attended concerts in Moscow each year, and tours regularly to North and South America, Europe, and the Far East. They have recorded a great deal of music - over 20 CDs, several of which are featured here at the Classical Archives.

Maestro Misha Rachlevsky was born in Moscow, and received his music training at the College of the Moscow Conservatory and the Gnessin’s Academy of Music, studying violin and conducting. Upon graduating, Mr. Rachlevsky left the Soviet Union (in 1973), and ultimately settled in the US in 1976. There, in 1984, he founded the New American Chamber Orchestra (NACO), which he led to international prominence, completing nine European tours in 4 years. In 1989, Mr. Rachlevsky accepted an invitation to conduct in Granada, Spain - where he worked with the NACO and founded another, local chamber orchestra. Then in 1991, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, he accepted an invitation by the Claves label to return to Russia, where he quickly formed the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin.

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