Zlata Dzardanova Resume
| Zlata Dzardanova is a singer. She was born in 1973 in Ust-Kamenogorsk. In 1997 she terminated Gnesinskaya academy of music. She worked in the "Gelikon-opera" theatre, in Moscow Estrada theatre, taught in different music colleges. In 2003 the famous Russian composer Andrey Misin, having heard the singer, offered her to perform one of his best songs "Voennaya kolibelnaya" (“The Military Lullaby”). The singer's solo career started from this point. In the same year the singer participated in grandiose the concert at Sobornaya Square in Kremlin area under the aegis of “Andrey Pervozvanny” (St. Andrew the Apostle) fund. In 2004 the singer recorded the hymn "Moskva - Olimpiada" (Moscow – Olimpic Games), approved by the Moscow Government as the official hymn denoted to the recommendation of Moscow's candidature for hosting the Olympic games in 2014. In 2004 she participated in the festival "Civilization Dialogue" during the tour in the European countries - Greece, Italy, Spain. By 2007 in repertoire of the singer included the enormous amount of songs of different genres - opera classics, Russian folk music in modern interpretation, romances, Neapolitan music, pop-music, country-music. At the beginning of 2007 the singer released her first album "A na posledok, ya skazhu… (And finally, I will say...)", based on the Russian classical romances. A romance becomes the visiting card of the singer, her favorite genre. The year of 2008 was a studio period of the singer's work on the album of military songs and the album consisting of the songs of different authors, including several new Russian romances.
Updated: March 16, 2009
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