Agreneva Slaviansky and Her Royal Russian Choir. Dreamland Auditorium - San Francisco, Wednesday Night, March 20. Auditorium Theatre - Oakland, Monday Night, March 25.

Price: $25.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


Beige advertising brochure for performances by Agreneva Slaviansky and her Royal Russian Choir. No date, circa 1929. 6" x 9." Four pages, complete. Two black and white reprinted photographs are included that show Agreneva Slaviansky in an ornate outfit and Slaviansky and her choir, respectively. Pages are very clean and intact. Margarita Agreneva Slaviansky (1880/81-1964) was a Russian vocalist and choral conductor and daughter of Prince Dimitri (or Dmitry) Alexandrovitch Agreneff. Prince Dimitri received the honorary name of "Slaviansky" after he drafted vocalists and visited Slavic villages to learn about Slavic culture and music for the Royal Choir under the orders of the Czar of Russia. Prince Dimitri founded the Slaviansky Russian Chorus in 1858. Princess Margarita inherited her father's business and legacy after his passing in 1908.

Title: Agreneva Slaviansky and Her Royal Russian Choir. Dreamland Auditorium - San Francisco, Wednesday Night, March 20. Auditorium Theatre - Oakland, Monday Night, March 25.

Author Name:

Categories: Music, Women, Drama,

Publisher: 0

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 020019

Keywords: Pamphlets. Advertisements. Advertising brochures. Theater. Theatre. Drama. Plays. Dance. Orchestra. Choirs. Agreneva Slaviansky. Margarita Slaviansky. Margarita Slaviansky. Princess Agreneva. Princess Margarita. Slavic culture. Slavic music. Slavic folk songs. Russian culture. Russian history. California history. US history. SG-48.,