Michael Brailovsky

Musicologist, pianist. He graduated from the Musical College at Rimsky-Korsakov Leningrad State Conservatory with honors in choral conducting, Leningrad Conservatory with a degree in musicology (1966), taught musical and theoretical disciplines. The materials of his candidate dissertation, dedicated to the work of J. Sibelius, were included in an article published in the collection “Music of the XX Century” (Moscow, 1977). Emigrated in 1979, opened a private piano studio in North Brunswick (New Jersey, USA) in 1999, teaches piano and music theory. Author of the arrangement of the Piano Sonata No. 2 in A-dur by L. van Beethoven for quartet consisting of flute, clarinet, horn and piano, author of the flute arrangement of “The Lark” by M. Glinka—M. Balakirev.