Since 1909, Alexander Goedicke taught as a professor at the Moscow Conservatory. He became a head of organ class in 1923 and gave his first solo concert on the organ at the Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire. Widely considered as the founder of Soviet organ school, Goedicke taught many prominent organists, including Michael Starokadomsky, Leonid Roizman, Sergey Dizhur, and Harry Grodberg. His repertoire covered the entirety of Johann Sebastian Bach works and numerous symphonic and piano compositions, rearranged by Alexander for organ.
Name variations: Александр Фёдорович Гедике, Aleksandr Fyodorovich Gedike