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Yuri Ahronovitch (Conductor)
Born: 13th May 1932, Leningrad
Died: 31st October 2002
Nationality: Soviet-born Israeli
Artist's website: http://www.yuriahronovitch.com/
Yuri Mikhaylovich Ahronovitch (Юрий Михайлович Аронович) was a Soviet-born Israeli conductor.
Born in Leningrad, he studied music and the violin from the age of 4. In 1954 he graduated as conductor from the Leningrad Conservatory. He studied with Nathan Rachlin and Kurt Sanderling. Invitations to conduct leading Russian orchestras followed, including the Leningrad Philharmonic and the Bolshoi Theatre.
After conducting in Petrozavodsk and Saratov, he was assigned to the Yaroslavl Symphony Orchestra 1956-1964, performing symphonic cycles by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky alongside Soviet music such as the works of Aram Khachaturian and Tikhon Khrennikov.