Renowned Russian conductor of the Soviet era, and a nephew of soprano Yevgeniya Mravina. From 1938 until 1988 he was principal conductor of the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra.
Born: June 4 (May 22 O.S.), 1903, Saint Petersburg
Died: January 19, 1988, Leningrad
His name can also be transliterated as Evgenij Mravinskij or Jewgeni Mrawinski, among others.