Maximilian Maksakov

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Maksimilian Karlovich Maksakov
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Maksimilian Maksakov
Max Schwartz

Died26 March 1936
Occupation(s)Opera singer, theatre director, music professor
SpouseMaria Maksakova

Maksimilian Karlovich Maksakov (Максимилиа′н Ка′рлович Макса′ков, also known as Max Maksakov, real name Max Schwartz; 1869 in Chernivtsi, Duchy of Bukovina, Austria-Hungary — March 26, 1936 in Moscow, USSR) — was an Austrian/Russian opera singer (dramatic baritone) and music teacher. As a theater director, entrepreneur and later Russian Academy of Theatre Arts professor, Maksakov has made a considerable impact on the development of performance arts in Russia, especially in the province. His best known protégé was a renowned Soviet mezzo-soprano Maria Maksakova Sr. whom he married in 1920.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Максимилиан Максаков". Retrieved 2011-10-10.
  2. ^ Ширинский, Н.А. "Максимилиан Карлович Шварц-Максаков". Retrieved 2011-01-01.

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