(September 29, 1893, Vyshny Volochyok - February 3, 1967, Athens)
Fabien Sevitzky was a Russian-born American conductor. He was the nephew of Serge Koussevitsky. Sevitzky became music director of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra in 1937, after his first conducting appearance with the ensemble in the winter of 1936. He served in the post until 1955. Sevitzky married the harpist Mary Spaulding in 1959, and the couple subsequently moved to Miami to take up faculty positions at the University of Miami. In addition, Ms. Spaulding gave private harp lessons. Sevitzky became a guest conductor of the University of Miami orchestra after his arrival, and subsequently its permanent conductor in 1963. He was a champion of the music of William Grant Still and commissioned works from Still, including the Threnody: In Memory of Jan Sibelius. Sevitzky conducted the premiere of Still's opera Highway 1, U.S.A. in 1960. He also served as music director of the Greater Miami Philharmonic Orchestra, until his sudden death in 1967.
Variations on a theme of Tchaikovsky, Op. 35a
Philadelphia Chamber String Sinfonietta
Suite for Orchestra in E major, Op. 79 "From the middle ages"
Symphony no 1 in G minor
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Manfred Symphony in B minor, Op. 58
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Часть записей из собственной коллекции (Чайковский, Аренский, Калинников), а вот Глазунова я где-то очень давно скачивал, но где именно, я уже не помню.