Russian musicians who were born in 1944

Here are 9 famous musicians from Russia were born in 1944:

Zhanna Bichevskaya

Zhanna Bichevskaya (June 17, 1944 Moscow-) otherwise known as Zhanna Vladimirovna Bichevskaya, Jeanne Bichevskaya or Bichevskaya, Zhanna is a Russian singer.

Her most well known albums: , , , , , , , , and . Genres she performed: Folk music.

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Sergey Nikitin

Sergey Nikitin (March 8, 1944 Moscow-) a.k.a. Sergey Yakovlevich Nikitin, Nikitin, Sergei, Sergei Yakovlevich Nikitin or S. Nikitin is a Russian physicist, composer, biophysicist, bard and film score composer. He has one child, Aleksandr Sergeyevich Nikitin.

His albums: . Genres he performed: Bard.

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Anastasiya Vertinskaya

Anastasiya Vertinskaya (December 19, 1944 Moscow-) also known as A. Vertinskaya, Anastasiya Alexandrovna Vertinskaya, Anastasia Vertinskaya, Anastasia Aleksandrovna Vertinskaya or Anastasiya Aleksandrovna Vertinskaya is a Russian actor. She has one child, Stepan Mikhalkov.

Anastasiya Vertinskaya is best known for her roles in Soviet films during the 1960s and 1970s, including her role in the renowned film “I Am Cuba” (1964). She was also a popular stage actress and worked at the Moscow Drama Theatre. In addition to acting, Vertinskaya is a skilled painter and has exhibited her works in various galleries in Russia. She has also worked as a director of theater productions. Vertinskaya has received numerous awards for her contributions to the arts, including the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Despite her success in the performing arts, Vertinskaya has faced criticism for her political views and has been banned from acting and directing in certain cases.

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Edgar Froese

Edgar Froese (June 6, 1944 Sovetsk-January 20, 2015 Vienna) also known as Edgar W. Froese, Froese, Edgar, Edgar Wilmar Froese or Edgar Fröse was a Russian musician, songwriter, guitarist and keyboard player. His child is Jerome Froese.

His albums include Aqua, Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, Beyond the Storm, Dalinetopia, Ages, Ambient Highway, Volume 1, Ambient Highway, Volume 2, Ambient Highway, Volume 3, Ambient Highway, Volume 4 and Electronic Dreams. Genres he performed: Electronic music.

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Nikolai Karachentsov

Nikolai Karachentsov (October 27, 1944 Moscow-) also known as Nikolai Petrovich Karachentsov, Petrovich, N. Karachentsov, A. Karachentsov or Karachentsov, Nikolay is a Russian actor and singer. He has one child, Andrew Karachentsov.

His discography includes: and .

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Vladimir Spivakov

Vladimir Spivakov (September 12, 1944 Ufa-) a.k.a. V. Spivakov, Vladimir Teodorovich Spivakov or Spivakov, Vladimir Teodorovich is a Russian conductor, violinist and voice actor. He has four children, Tatiana Spivakova, Katia Spivakova, Anna Spivakova and Aleksandr Spivakov.

Discography: The Four Seasons etc., , Baroque Masterpieces, Tribute to Alfred Schnittke, Violin Concerto / Capriccio Italien / Francesca da Rimini, Double Concerto / Violin Concerto, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, Op. 35, Symphony No. 28 / Mass in C major (Moscow Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, feat. conductor Vladimir Spivakov; Basques' Chorus Orfeon Donostiarra, feat. conductor A. Ayestaran), and Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto no. 3 / Tchaikowsky: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 1.

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Dmitri Pokrovsky

Dmitri Pokrovsky (May 1, 1944-June 29, 1996) also known as Dmitri Viktorovich Pokrovsky or Дмитрий Покровский was a Russian researcher and musician.

He was born in Moscow and was inspired at a young age by traditional Russian music. In 1973, he founded the Pokrovsky Ensemble, which specialized in performing Russian folk music. Pokrovsky was known for his research on ancient Russian folk music and for his efforts to preserve and promote traditional Russian culture. He also composed music for theater and film productions. Pokrovsky's work attracted international attention and he performed in many countries around the world. Despite his success, he remained committed to his cultural roots and was a strong advocate for artistic and intellectual freedom in Russia. Pokrovsky passed away in 1996 from complications related to a stroke. His legacy continues through the work of the Pokrovsky Ensemble, which still performs today, and through his contributions to the preservation of traditional Russian music and culture.

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Fedor Glushchenko

Fedor Glushchenko (August 15, 1944-) also known as Glushchenko, Fedor is a Russian conductor and violinist.

His albums: Khachaturian: Symphony no. 3 "Simfoniya-Poema" / Triumphal Poem / Ippolitov-Ivanov: Caucasian Sketches and The Romantic Piano Concerto, Volume 6: Piano Concerto no. 1 in E minor / Piano Concerto no. 2 in B minor.

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David Goloschekin

David Goloschekin (June 10, 1944 Moscow-) also known as David Goloschyokin is a Russian musician, composer and film score composer.

He started his career as a composer in the theatre and soon became one of the leading figures in the Soviet jazz scene. Goloschekin composed music for over 70 films, including the critically acclaimed films "Burnt by the Sun" and "East/West". In addition to his film work, he has also written music for television and multimedia projects. Goloschekin's versatile style incorporates jazz, rock, classical and traditional Russian folk music. He has been honored with numerous awards for his contributions to music and cinema, including the State Prize of the Russian Federation in 2000.

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