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Camilla Kolchinsky

Russian conductor
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Occupation Musician
Date of birth Moscow
Date of death Feb 16, 2016
Authority Library of congress id VIAF id
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Camilla Kolchinsky (1931 – 2016) (Russian: Камилла Кольчинская) was a Russian conductor. She was born in Moscow and made her debut as a conductor in Leningrad while still a student. In 1976 she emigrated to Israel. She had conducted performances of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and according to Gramophone was "one of the few Russian women to have made a successful international career as a conductor." At the time of her death she was the emeritus director of the El Camino Youth Orchestra.


  • Glazunov/Dvorák Violin Concertos – Ilya Kaler (violin), Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Camilla Kolchinsky (conductor). Label: Naxos
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