Konstantin Simeonov

Simeonov, Konstantin Arsen’evich


Born June 7 (20), 1910, in the village of Koznakovo, in what is now Kalinin Oblast. Soviet conductor. People’s Artist of the USSR (1962).

Simeonov graduated from the Leningrad Conservatory in 1936; he was a student of A. V. Gauk and I. A. Musin. He has appeared as a symphony conductor in Leningrad, Petrozavodsk, Minsk, and Kiev. From 1961 to 1966, and from 1975 to 1976, Simeonov was principal conductor at the Ukrainian Theater of Opera and Ballet in Kiev; from 1966 to 1975 he was principal conductor at the Leningrad Theater of Opera and Ballet. He has toured abroad and has conducted at La Scala in Milan. Simeonov won first prize at the All-Union Review of Young Conductors in 1946 in Leningrad. He has been awarded two orders and various medals.

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On April 9, another Bulgarian, Konstantin Simeonov Kavrakov, was arrested also in Quezon City while in the act of using cloned cards at an ATM on Scout Reyes Street, Barangay Paligsahan.
Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) majority owner Tsvetan Vasilev's lawyer Konstantin Simeonov said Wednesday the murder of his client has been ordered from Bulgaria and is now in preparation.Simeonov told private national channel NOVA TV that the people hired to carry out the order "are not from here".Vasilev's lawyer reminded he had submitted a request in September that the detention measure imposed on Vasilev in Bulgaria be revoked so that the businessman could return to Bulgaria and put effort to rescue KTB while also providing assistance to magistrates."I proposed that the restrictions be dropped so we can work on the trial.
Konstantin Simeonov Kavrakov, 31, offered a $12,000 bribe to the officers who had him cornered at a bank on Scout Reyes Street in Barangay Paligsahan.
Vasilevas lawyer Konstantin Simeonov said on Tuesday his client <a href="http://www.novinite.com/articles/163422/Tsvetan+Vasilev+Has+Sought+Contact+with+Authorities+in+Belgrade">had sought contact with police in Belgrade to present himself to Serbian authorities and certify his whereabouts as well as to find outA whether police had any questions to ask him.
Fresh threats have been levelled against Tsvetan Vasilev, majority owner of Bulgariaas troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), his lawyer Konstantin Simeonov said on Wednesday.
Vasilevas lawyer Konstantin Simeonov told Novinite.bg that the purpose of Vasilevas visit to a Serbian police station was to present himself and certify his whereabouts as well as learn whether police have any questions to ask him.
The lawyer, Konstantin Simeonov,A also said Vasilev was willing to return to Bulgaria despite perceiving a threat to his life.
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