Vladimir Panteleyev currently serves on faculty at Brooklyn College, the Special Music School as well as the Lucy Moses School. Between 1976 and 1991, he served as Professor of Cello and Chamber Music at the Kiev Conservatory. Some of his students became winners in all-state and international competitions.
In 1971, Panteleyev co-founded the Leontovych String Quartet, winner of the Leo Weiner International String Quartet Competition in Budapest. Since then, the quartet has appeared in major international festivals and concert halls throughout the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Germany and Italy. After their American debut in 1988 and relocation to the U..S. in 1991, the quartet has toured throughout the U.S., in 44 States, performing in major venues such as Carnegie Weill Hall and Frick Collection.
In addition to the quartet's active schedule, Vladimir Panteleyev has appeared as a soloist with other chamber groups and has held numerous Master Classes in connection with concert appearances, music festivals and summer schools of music throughout the U.S, Canada, Brazil, China, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, the Ukraine, Russia and Italy.
Vladimir Panteleyev has recorded for Greystone Records, Koch International Classics, The Musical Heritage Society and Melodia (U.S.S.R).. Panteleyev received his Masters Degree from the Kiev Conservatory in 1971. From 1977 to 1980, he studied at the Moscow State Conservatory and obtained his Doctorate in Chamber Music. He was named Outstanding Artist of the Ukraine and was awarded the Lysenko Prize, the highest national music award.