Admiralty Navy Band of Russia

Admiralty Navy Band of Russia

The Admiralty Navy Band of Russia is a Russian military band based in Saint Petersburg. It was founded early in the 18th century about the same time as the Russian navy itself. The band's conductor is Commander Alexei Karabanov.

The band has toured Europe and performed for visiting heads of state. It has also had a number of guest conductors, boith military and civilian. William Malambri, a music professor at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, U.S.A., served as guest conductor of the Admiralty Navy Band for a concert in 2004 at Shlstakovich Hall. [ [ Winthrop University – Faculty International Activities] ]


*Music of Russian Glory (2005)
*Music of the Russian Imperial Guard - Vol. 2 (2005)
*Music of the Russian Imperial Guard - Vol. 1 (2000)
*Under the Sign of the Eagle (2000)
*Leningrad Reminiscences (1998)
*Music of Our Victory (1995)
*50 Years of Victory (1995)

External links

* [ Admiralty Navy Band of Russia] Official site, in English.
* [ Admiralty Navy Band of Russia] Official site, in Russian.


* [ E-NEWS – June 19, 2002 – Band Profile: The Saint Petersburg Admiralty Navy Band]

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