Zlata Tcaci was born in the village of Lozova, Nisporeni, in the family of violinist, conductor and pedagogue Moise Berihma. The first lessons of music were taken at the age of three. She continued with four classes at primary school and two classes at the
She was born on April 16, 1900 in Galati (Romania), in the family of a property lease. In 1925, she graduated from the Higher School of Architecture in Bucharest. From 1932, she worked in Balti, where she was the only architect with the necessary training.
She studies at the normal girls’ school Florica Niţă and at the Chişinău metropolitan chapel headed by Mihail Berezovschi, followed by the Conservatory “Unirea” in Chişinău (1924-1929). In 1926, she is discovered by Count Alexander Virubov, the former director of the Moscow Artistic Theater. Together
Famous opera singer, exceptional soprano and talented teacher. In August 1896, Lidia Lipcovscaia was admitted to the Mariinsky Gymnasium in Kamenets-Podolsk, and in 1901 she enrolled at the Imperial Conservatory of Petersburg (1903-1906), where she studied singing with Professor N. A. Irezkaia. The late graduate
Efrosinia Cuza debuted on February 23, 1894, at the stage of Mariinskii Theater in Sankt Petersburg, playing Valentina’s role in “Hughenotii”. Another success was the participation at the Panaev Theater in St. Petersburg in the opera “Aida”. After this debut she was admitted to the
Cleopatra Hrshanovschi (1861, Chisinau – March 15th, 1939, Chisinau) – lied singer, professor and composer. Graduates the Conservatory in Moscow, canto class (1882-1886), and coming back in Chisinau becomes a teacher and the founder of the Private Music School “Clasa cantului individual” (“Class of individual