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Minsky

Minsky (Russian: Минский) is the name of a princely Russian family of Rurikid stock.

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Michael Minsky - Cossack Choirs
... Minsky joined the Schwarzmeer Cossack Choir in the early 1960s, alongside his participation in Rodina (1962, 1963 and 1964) when Rodina closed the doors, he sang from 1966 until 1968 in Datscha, also in ... From 1 September 1963 to 31 August 1964, Minsky collaborated with the Gelsenkirchen Opera ... On 22 April 1966, Minsky performed once again at the Mansonic Auditorium in Detroit ...
Michael Minsky - Netherlands
... On 7 January 1980, Minsky set up a mixed amateur choir in Zwolle, within a few months it made its concert and television debuts ... This success brought Minsky an invitation to become conductor of the Ural Cossacks amateur choir in The Hague, and eventuated in him conducting from 1984 until 1988, the ... Cossack Choir, with Nicolai Gedda as soloist—as Jaroff had wished—Minsky did not hesitate ...
Michael Minsky - Russian Years
... From early childhood, Minsky showed an interest in music and culture ... In 1935, Minsky was admitted to the Rabfak College (workers faculty) at Kazan State University where he studied geology ... But her plans for Minsky were thwarted by the Soviet Union's entry into World War II on 22 June 1941 ...
Minsky - Things
... Minsky's Burlesque The Night They Raided Minsky's, a 1968 film Minsky's, a musical play ...
Minsky's
... Minsky's is a musical by Bob Martin (book), Charles Strouse (music), and Susan Birkenhead (lyrics), and is loosely based on the 1968 movie The Night They Raided Minsky's ... the Great Depression era in Manhattan, the story centers around a jaded burlesque producer (Billy Minsky), a politician trying to shut him down (Randolph Sumner), and ...