Kirill Molchanov

Kirill Vladimirovič Molčanov (Кирилл Владимирович Молчанов; 7 September 1922 – 14 March 1982) was a Russian and Soviet composer.wikipedia
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The Dawns Here Are Quiet (opera)

The Dawns Here Are Quietan opera by Kirill Molchanov
The Dawns Here Are Quiet is a 1973 Russian-language opera by Kirill Molchanov based on the novel by Boris Vasilyev.

Vasco Pratolini

Pratolini
The Soviet composer Kirill Molchanov produced the Russian-language opera Via del Corno based on an anti-fascist story by Pratolini, to his own Russian libretto in Moscow, 1960.

Jan Otčenášek

Otčenášek
In 1963 it was made into an opera by the Soviet composer Kirill Molchanov.

Great Is My Country

Vast is my Native LandШирока страна мояa... (''Wide is my country…'')
The music was composed by Kirill Molchanov, a noted composer of music for ballet and opera.

Galina Vishnevskaya

Galina Pavlovna VishnevskayaGalina VishnevkayaPeople's Artist of the USSR Galina Pavlovna Vishnevskaya
He was appointed director of the Bolshoi, at the time political disfavour had fallen on the lead soprano Galina Vishnevskaya.

Petrarch

Fuat Mansurov

*Macbeth, Ballet: Alexei Fadayechev, Nina Timofeyeva, staged by Vladimir Vasiliev, the Bolshoi theater orchestra conducted by Fuat Mansurov, D1115 Kultur.

Nadezhda Petrenko

She appeared as Liza in Kirill Molchanovs opera The Dawns Here Are Quiet and Marfa in The Tsars Bride by Rimsky-Korsakov.

Anna Dmitrieva

Her father died when she was seven years old, and her mother married for the second time a popular composer Kirill Molchanov.

Vladimir Molchanov

Molchanovs parents were his father, composer Kirill Molchanov, and his mother, actress Marina Dmitrieva-Pastukhova.

Larisa Avdeyeva

Among the roles she performed were Olga in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, Varvara in the 1950 premier of Frol Skobeyev by Tikhon Khrennikov, Mistress of Copper Mountain the 1951 premier of Kamennïy tsvetok (based on the story The Stone Flower) by Kirill Molchanov and Kosova in the 1952 production of V buryu (Into the Storm) by Khrennikov.