Clippings, flyers, and photographs, relating to the Russian Art Grand Opera Company.
M. P. Panteleieff was a baritone who had a successful career in Russia and the United States. Born in 1887, he began his operatic
career in the Musical Drama Theater of St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1914, where he played the part of Valentine in Gounaud's
version of"Faust." In 1918, he left Russia to tour the Far East, eventually gravitating to the west coast of the United States.
Early in the 1920s he founded the Russian Grand Opera Company, which gave performances across the U.S.
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