Russian musicians who were born in 1962

Here are 10 famous musicians from Russia were born in 1962:

Nikolai Fomenko

Nikolai Fomenko (April 30, 1962 Saint Petersburg-) also known as Nikolai Vladimirovich Fomenko or Nikolay Fomenko is a Russian race car driver, singer, comedian, musician, actor, radio personality, television presenter, businessperson, screenwriter, television producer, voice actor, composer, television director and film score composer. He has four children, Anastasia Fomenko, Ekaterina Fomenko, Ivan Fomenko and Vasiliy Fomenko.

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Mikhail Krug

Mikhail Krug (April 7, 1962 Tver-July 1, 2002 Tver) also known as Ìèõàèë Êðóã or Krug, Mikhail was a Russian singer, actor and composer. He had two children, Alexander Krug and Dmitriy Vorobyov.

His albums: , , and . Genres related to him: Russian chanson.

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Andrey Pisarev

Andrey Pisarev (November 6, 1962 Russia-) is a Russian , .

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Sergei Stadler

Sergei Stadler (May 20, 1962 Saint Petersburg-) is a Russian , .

Genres he performed: Classical music.

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Dmitri Hvorostovsky

Dmitri Hvorostovsky (October 16, 1962 Krasnoyarsk-) a.k.a. Дмитрий Хворостовский, Dmitrij Aleksandrovich Khvorostovsky, Dmitri Aleksandrovich Hvorostovsky, Дмитрий Александрович Хворостовский or Dimitri Hvorostovsky is a Russian opera singer.

His albums include Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Bel Canto Arias, Arie Antiche, Credo (St. Petersburg Chamber Choir, conductor: Nikolai Korniev, baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky), I Met You, My Love, Moscow Nights (Moscow Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Constantine Orbelian, baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky), Dmitri, Passione di Napoli (Philharmonia of Russia feat. conductor: Constantine Orbelian), Russian Folk Songs and Where Are You My Brothers?.

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Viktor Tsoi

Viktor Tsoi (June 21, 1962 Saint Petersburg-August 15, 1990 Tukums) also known as Виктор Цой, 빅토르 로베르토비치 최, Viktor Robertovich Tsoi, Victor Tsoy, Victor Tsoi, Viktor Tsoy, Tsoy, Viktor, V. Tsoy, V. Tsoj or The Last Hero was a Russian singer and singer-songwriter. He had one child, Alexander Tsoi.

His albums include Kino, Akustika, Akusticheskiy kontsert, Concert at Leningrad rock club II Festival (May 20, 1984), Kvartirnik in Moscow (V.Tsoi, A.Rybin) (Jan 3-4, 1983), Concert in Kiev House of Scientists ("Geiger counter") (Summer 1986), Kvartirnik in Leningrad (V.Tsoi, A.Rybin), Recording for "Posledniy Geroy" album, MDT (January 1983), Viktor Tsoi in Sverdlovsk (December 24-26, 1983) and Viktor Tsoi at A.Vishnia's before recording "46" album (Leningrad, 1983). Genres he performed: Rock music, New Wave, Post-punk and Gothic rock.

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Igor Kornelyuk

Igor Kornelyuk (November 16, 1962 Brest-) a.k.a. Igor Yevgenyevich Kornelyuk or Игорь Евгеньевич Корнелюк is a Russian musician, singer and composer. He has one child, Anton Kornelyuk.

His albums: , , , , and .

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Grigory Leps

Grigory Leps (July 16, 1962 Sochi-) a.k.a. Leps, Grigorij, Григорий Лепс or Grigory Victorovich Lepsveridze is a Russian musician and singer-songwriter. His children are Eva Leps, Nicole Leps, Ivan Leps and Inga Leps.

His albums: Parus, V tsentre zemli, Izbranoye... 10 let, Labyrinth, Natalie, Spasibo, liudi..., , Tselaya zhizn, Na strunakh dozhdya... and Vodopad. Genres related to him: Rock music, Pop rock, Hard rock, Pop music, Russian chanson and Soft rock.

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Arthur Berkut

Arthur Berkut (May 24, 1962-) also known as Berkut, Artur is a Russian singer.

His albums include TSAR (disc 1) and Zooom.

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Irene Nelson

Irene Nelson (April 19, 1962 Barabinsk-) otherwise known as Irina Tereshina, Irina Nel'son, Irina Nelson, Ирина Терешина or Nelson, Irina is a Russian singer.

Her albums include Sunrise, When apples fall to the sky, Sun Generation and Я за тебя молюсь. Genres she performed: Soft rock, Dance music and Pop music.

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