In the night of Thursday, July 13, it became known that in Moscow on 87 th year of life died the legendary Soviet singer Tamara Miansarova. On her death, the news Agency RIA Novosti reported the singer’s husband, mark Feldman.
According to Feldman, Miansarova died 12 July late in the evening in the First city hospital, where she was taken July 6 in connection with pneumonia.
Tamara Miansarova. Curriculum vitae
Tamara Miansarova (maiden name Remnev) was born 5 Mar 1931 in Zinoviev (Ukraine, USSR) in a family of artist and singer.
Education in music school at the Minsk Conservatory, graduating in 1951. In the same year he entered the piano Department of Moscow Conservatory in the class of Professor L. N. Oborin and at the same time (2 course) optional studied at the vocal Department with Professor D. B. Belyavskaya. In 1957, after graduating from the Conservatoire, worked as an accompanist in the Theatre, but soon moved on to the stage and began to perform with his solo concert.
In 1958, awarded the third prize at the III all-Union competition of singers, singing a waltz by Strauss to his own accompaniment on the piano. After the contest, Tamara Miansarova some time performing with the orchestra Laci Alaha, and in 1960 became a soloist of the Moscow Music Hall, participating in the play «When lit the stars.»
In 1958, Igor Granov created a jazz Quartet (piano, bass, drums, guitar). The ensemble’s repertoire consists of works of Soviet composers in his own treatment and jazz classics. In search of a soloist Granov draws attention to who recently left the music hall Tamara Miansarova – young singer with two higher music education and classical voice in high range. After working on her style of performance, Igor Granov have prepared Tamara for the performance of pop repertoire.
In 1962, at the VIII world festival of youth and students in Helsinki was awarded the first prize and gold medal. She performed with the ensemble Igor Published and sang a cheerful song L. Lyadova words by B. Bryansk «ay-Lyuli».
In 1963 became a laureate of the International song festival in Sopot for the song by A. Ostrovsky on verses by L. Oshanin «sunshine» («Let there always be sunshine»).
In 1964, he was made specially for the Leonid Garin group «Three plus two» (Victor Prudovsky – piano, Adolf Satanovsky – bass, Alexander Gorelkin drums). In 1965, the singer performed a few songs in the film-concert (TVP) with the participation of Polish and foreign artists, at different times sopotsko speakers at the festival.
December 31, 1964 for the new year «Blue light» Tamara Miansarova sang the famous song about mushroom «ginger» (Music by B. Klimchuk, words by A. Appela).
In 1965, on new year’s «Blue spark» Tamara Miansarova sang the famous song «the Black cat» (Yu saulskiy – M. Tanich).
In 1966 he won the pop song competition of the socialist countries «Friendship».
In 1970, while working in Mosconcert, Tamara Miansarova fell out of favour with the influential leaders of culture, and it suffered an unenviable fate, which is not just experienced by many representatives of the domestic variety. In the result of a tacit ban she immediately fell into the category of «restricted to travel abroad», her speech disappeared from TV and radio broadcasters, and concert touring activities it became impossible. The actual prohibition of professional activity has led to the fact that she was forced to resign from the Moscow concert and in search of work to leave the capital. Fortunately, work has been in the Donetsk regional Philharmonic society, where she was invited, and where he remained for 12 years.
In 1972, in Yalta Tamara Miansarova participated in the festival «Crimean dawns».
In the 1980-ies, he returned to Moscow, Miansarova taught singing at GITIS (1988 and 1996), the house of youth creativity «On Taganka» and the Moscow Institute of contemporary art.
Played until 2003.
In the last years of his life he was bedridden after the operation the femoral neck.
Died 12 July 2017 in a Moscow hospital.
Official site of Tamara Miansarova