Here are 5 famous musicians from Russia were born in 1954:
Sergey Kuryokhin (June 16, 1954 Murmansk-July 9, 1996 Saint Petersburg) otherwise known as Sergei Kurehin, Sergey Kurehin, Sergei Kuriokhin, Sergej Kurehin, Sergei Anatolyevich Kuryokhin, Kuryokhin, Sergey, Sergei Kuryokhin, Sergei Anatolevich Kuryokhin, Sergey Kuriokhin, Sergueï Kouriokhine, Sergei Anatolevich Kurekhin or Sergei Kurekhin was a Russian film score composer, actor, screenwriter and pianist. His children are Yulia Kuryokhina, Elizaveta Kuryokhina and Fedor Kuryokhin.
His discography includes: , Трагедия в стиле рок, , Capriccio, Divine Madness, Давкот, Два капитана 2, Дон Карлос, and Ливерпуль.
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Boris Moiseev (March 4, 1954 Mogilev-) also known as Boris Mikhaylovich Moiseev or Moiseev, Boris is a Russian singer, actor, choreographer and dancer. His child is Amadeus Moiseev.
His discography includes: . Genres he performed include Pop music.
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Dmitry Sitkovetsky (September 27, 1954 Baku-) also known as Sitkovetsky, Dmitry is a Russian violinist and conductor.
Discography: The Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin (disc 1), Concertos - Symphonies, Violin Concertos, Goldberg Variations for String Trio, BWV 988, Concerto for Violin & Orchestra in F major, H. 18/6, , Goldberg-Variationen für String Trio (feat. Mischa Maisky, Gerard Causse, Dmitry Sitkovetsky), , Violin Concertos 1 & 2 and Grāmata čellam / Partita / Episodi e canto perpetuo.
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Igor Krutoy (July 29, 1954 Haivoron-) also known as I. Krutoy, Igor' Krutoy, Igor' Krutoj, Igor' Krutoǐ or Krutoj, Igor' is a Russian composer.
His albums: . His related genres: Pop music and Instrumental.
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Piezo (May 22, 1954 Chelyabinsk-) a.k.a. Пьезо, Павел Жагун or Pavel Zhagun is a Russian artist, musician, record producer, poet, visual artist and music artist.
His albums include Music for Machines.
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