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Irkutsk

. In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra, which continued under the Bolshevik regime. Gershkovitch and his wife left Russia for China in 1921, where they befriended composer Aaron Avshalomov. Ballerina Anna Pavlova offered Gershkovitch an assistant conductor position with her orchestra, which was touring throughout the Orient. ref>


Saint Petersburg

orchestra, a position he held through the revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra, which continued under the Bolshevik regime. Gershkovitch and his wife left Russia for China in 1921, where they befriended composer Aaron Avshalomov. Ballerina Anna Pavlova offered Gershkovitch an assistant conductor


Tokyo

1959Avshalomov47 Gershkovitch began his conducting career as head of the Imperial Russian Army's military symphony orchestra, a position he held through the revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra, which continued under the Bolshevik regime. Gershkovitch and his wife left Russia for China in 1921, where they befriended composer Aaron


Berlin

of the Imperial Russian Army's military symphony orchestra, a position he held through the revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra, which continued under the Bolshevik regime. Gershkovitch and his wife left Russia for China in 1921, where they befriended composer Aaron Avshalomov. Ballerina Anna


Russia

. Kuhn location Portland, Oregon However, World War I forced Gershkovitch to return to Irkutsk and enlist (Military service) in the military. Gershkovitch began his conducting career as head of the Imperial Russian Army's military symphony orchestra, a position he held through the revolution (Russian Revolution (1917)). In 1918 Gershkovitch married in Irkutsk and established a successful fine arts conservatory and symphony orchestra


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