All Sources -
Updated Media sources (1) About encyclopedia.com content Print Topic
Ziloti (Siloty), Alexander
Ziloti [Siloty], Alexander (b nr. Kharkov, 1863; d NY, 1945). Russ. pianist and conductor. Pupil of Liszt at Weimar 1883–6. Début Moscow 1880, Leipzig 1883. Prof. of pf., Moscow Cons. 1887–90. Extensive tours, incl. Eng. and USA 1898–9. Cond., Moscow PO 1901–2; formed own orch. in St Petersburg. Left Russia 1919, settled in NY. Taught at Juilliard Sch. 1925–42. Arr. concs. by Bach and Vivaldi.
More From encyclopedia.com
Alexander Ii , Alexander II ALEXANDER II (1818–1881), tsar and emperor of Russia from 1855 to 1881. Alexander Nicholayevich Romanov is largely remembered for two ev… Karadjordjevic , ALEXANDER I (1777–1825), emperor of Russia from 1801–1825, son of Emperor Paul I and Maria Fyodorovna, grandson of Empress Catherine the Great. child… Alexander Of Tralles , Alexander of Tralles (b. Tralles, in Lydia, first half of the sixth century a.d.; fl. in the time of Justinian) medicine. Alexander of Tralles was th… Grover Cleveland Alexander , Alexander, Grover Cleveland 1887-1950 American baseball player Grover Cleveland Alexander serves as an icon for his generation of professional baseba… Alexander Vi , Alexander VI Játiva, Spain August 18, 1503 Rome, Italy Pope "Once he became Pope Alexander VI, Vatican parties, already wild, grew wilder." Voltaire… Antigonus I , Antigonus I Antigonus I The Macedonian Antigonus I (382-301 B.C.), having served as a general under Alexander the Great, became the most powerful of…
You Might Also Like