Russian musicians who were born in 1965

Here are 9 famous musicians from Russia were born in 1965:

Sultan Islamov

Sultan Islamov (February 14, 1965 Chechnya-) is a Russian actor and singer.

He was born in a small village in Chechnya and developed a love for the arts at a young age. He studied music and acting at the Moscow Art Theatre School and began his career in the 1980s performing in various theatre productions. In 1991, he made his film debut in the Russian drama "Keep Away From Fire" and went on to appear in numerous films and TV shows.

As a singer, Sultan has released several albums and is known for his blend of traditional Chechen music with contemporary pop and rock. He has also performed in concerts and festivals throughout Russia and internationally. In addition to his music and acting career, Sultan is also an activist and humanitarian, advocating for human rights and social justice issues in the Caucasus region.

Sultan Islamov is best known for his roles in films such as "12" (2007), "The White Guard" (2012), and "A Man Like Putin" (2008). He has also made appearances on TV shows including "The Method" (2015) and "Gogol" (2019). His performances have garnered critical acclaim and he has received several awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry.

Outside of his career in the arts, Sultan is also a member of the Presidential Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights in Russia. He is an advocate for minority rights, particularly for the indigenous people of the North Caucasus, and has spoken out against discrimination and violence in the region.

In 2011, Sultan founded the Khojaly Peace March, an annual event that honors the victims of the Khojaly massacre and promotes peace and reconciliation between Azerbaijan and Armenia. He has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts, including raising funds for victims of natural disasters and conflict.

Sultan continues to act and sing, and has expressed a desire to use his platform to raise awareness for social and political issues in Russia and beyond.

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Lilya Zilberstein

Lilya Zilberstein (April 19, 1965 Moscow-) is a Russian pianist.

Her discography includes: Piano Concerto / Lyric Suite / In Autumn, Piano Concertos nos. 2 & 3 and .

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Anton Batagov

Anton Batagov (October 10, 1965 Moscow-) is a Russian film score composer, pianist and composer.

His most recognized albums: Passionate Desire to Be an Angel, The Piano and Other Sounds, Best Before 02.2000, Колесо Учения / The Wheel of the Law, The New Ravel: Works For Piano (feat. piano: Anton Batagov), Post Production and Vingt regards sur l'enfant-Jésus, nos. 1-6.

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Irina Bogushevskaya

Irina Bogushevskaya (November 2, 1965 Moscow-) also known as Ирина Богушевская or Bogushevskaya, Irina is a Russian singer. She has one child, Artemiy Kortnev.

Her albums: Книга песен, Лёгкие люди, , , , Шёлк and .

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Valery Meladze

Valery Meladze (June 23, 1965 Batumi-) a.k.a. Âàëåðèé Ìåëàäçå, V. Meladze, Valerii Meladze, Meladze, Valerii or Valeriy Shotayevich Meladze is a Russian singer, singer-songwriter, actor and record producer. He has four children, Konstantin Meladze, Inga Meladze, Sophia Meladze and Arina Meladze.

His albums: Vsyo tak i bylo, Samba belogo motylka, Okean, Nega, Vopreki, The Best, V dvuh shagah ot raya, Posledny romantik, Nastoyashchee and Sera. Genres he performed include Pop music, Art rock, Traditional pop music, Eurodance, Pop rock and Europop.

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Inna Zhelannaya

Inna Zhelannaya (February 20, 1965 Moscow-) also known as Zhelannaya, Inna is a Russian film score composer, singer and musician.

Her albums: , Зима, , Winter In Moscow and Cocoon. Genres she performed: World music, Ethnic electronica and Psychedelic folk.

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Mark Kadin

Mark Kadin (April 28, 1965 Kramatorsk-) also known as Mark L'vovich Kadin is a Russian conductor.

Genres he performed include Classical music.

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Albert Kuvezin

Albert Kuvezin (November 27, 1965 Kyzyl-) also known as Kuvezin, Albert is a Russian musician, singer and guitarist.

His albums: Poets and Lighthouses.

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Igor Khoroshev

Igor Khoroshev (July 14, 1965 Moscow-) also known as Ivan Petrovich Khoroshev, Igor or Igor Petrovich Khoroshev is a Russian musician, film score composer and keyboard player.

Genres: Progressive rock.

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