The review examines the main studies on the development of domestic
musical vocational education in Europe in the conditions of emigration from 1917–1945.
Shown is the activities of P.F. Voloshin, E.Ya. Gaek, A.K. Glazunov, A.T. Grechaninov,
L.V. Ivanova, S.V. Rakhmaninov, F.I. Shalyapin, S.K. Exner) as organizers and teachers of
musical and educational institutions in Belgium, Italy, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Poland,
emigration; music education; L.V. Ivanova; S.K. Exner; E.Ya. Gaek.