Biography and informationEdit
He graduated from the natural Department of physic-mathematical faculty of Kiev University and the Kiev Conservatory and piano (1903). He studied at the Kiev art school. Before the revolution, toured Russia. As a composer, composing waltzes, romances on verses of Tiutchev, Tolstoi, Maikov, etc. Since 1920 in exile in France, lived in Paris. In Paris he wrote three ballets, numerous songs have been successfully performed. Published in the emigre press as music critic. One of the founders of the Russian Conservatory in Paris, and after his death, its honorary Director. Died in Paris, buried in the cemetery of St. Genev de Bois.