|Birth: ||Oct. 3, 1885|
Moscow Federal City, Russia
|Death: ||Nov. 5, 1953|
Music Composer, Orchestra Conductor, Violist.
Last name spelled differently at times, Bakaleinikov (in Russian: Владимир Романович Бакалейников) Born in Moscow, Imperial Russia. Escaped the Russian Revolution along with his 3 other brothers. All 4 of the brothers were involved in the music industry. Konstantin, Mischa and Nickolas.
*Roman Bakaleinikoff, father was a clarinetist.
*Nickolai Bakaleinikov (1881–1957) was the eldest brother who was a flautist, composer and conductor.
*Mikhail (Mischa) Bakaleinikoff (1890–1960).
*Constantin Bakaleinikoff (1898–1966).
*In 1926, along with his wife, came to the US.
*In 1927, landed a job as an assistant conductor and principal violist for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
*In 1938, started to work as an assistant, then the principal conductor with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
*In 1938, he wrote; "Elementary Rules of Conducting for Orchestra, Band and Chorus.
*In 1943, he wrote a memoir; "Записки музыканта (Notes of a Musician)."
Was married to Julia in Russia.
Julia Bakaleinikoff (____ - 1965)
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Record added: May 26, 2012
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