Vladimir Panteleyev is Professor of Cello at Brooklyn College in the City University of New York. He is also a faculty member of the Special Music School of America and the Lucy Moses School at the Elaine Kaufman Center in New York City. Between 1976 and 1991, he served as Professor of Cello and String Quartet at the Kiev Conservatory in Ukraine. Almost all of his students, both past and present, have won prizes at National as well as International Competitions.
In 1971 Vladimir co-founded the Leontovych String Quartet, which has won the Leo Weiner International String Quartet Competition in Budapest and appeared at major International Festivals and concert halls throughout the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Germany and Italy. As a member of the Leontovych String Quartet, Vladimir Panteleyev has toured throughout the U.S., appearing in most major American cities including Washington, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and New York City.
Mr. Panteleyev also appears in solo recitals and gives master classes at Music Festivals and Summer Music Schools throughout the U.S., Canada, Brazil, China, Holland, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Germany, England, the Ukraine and Russia.