Lev Mikhailov

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Lev Mikhailov (1936―2003) was a Russian clarinetist and saxophonist. He taught clarinet and saxophone at the Moscow Conservatory. Mikhailov performed with the Moscow Radio Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Bolshoi Theatre and the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR. [1] In 1991 he emigrated to Spain.


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  1. "Lev Mikhailov". Vista Vera. Retrieved 2009-08-06.