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Tamara Ilyinichna Sinyavskaya (Тамара Ильинична Синявская) was born 6 July 1943 in Moscow
Great mezzo soprano from Bolshoi Theater. She has been a soloist at Russia's
Bolshoi Theatre since 1964
Tamara Ilyinichna Sinyavskaya (Тамара Ильинична Синявская; born 6 July 1943 in Moscow) is a Russian mezzo soprano from the Bolshoi Theatre.
She was awarded the title of People's Artist of the USSR in 1982, which her husband, Azerbaijani singer Muslim Magomaev, had received in 1973. In 1997, 4981 Sinyavskaya was named in her honor.
MUSICAL PORTRAITS OF THE 20TH CENTURY
2001 | The Voice of Russia
Sinyavskaya’s first few years at the Bolshoi were the most difficult coinciding with her studies at the institute of performing arts and participation in international competitions. In 1968 she won the first prize in Sofia, Bulgaria, the following year she triumphed at a very prestigious singers’ competition at Varvier, Switzerland, and in 1970 she won the gold medal of the Tchaikovsky international competition in Moscow. That year the jury gave out two top awards and the other one went to Yelena Obraztsova, also from the Bolshoi Theater. From there the two have been working together, with Obraztsova wowing the listeners primarily with her stage presence and Sinyavskaya with the unbelievable beauty of her voice…
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Just like in any other major theater, the Bolshoi has a secret life of its own. Hard feelings, envy, jealousy, hearsay are a must feature of any artistic community everywhere, but Sinyavskaya has always stayed aloof of all that. Which is really amazing for someone married to Muslim Magomayev, once this country’s top-selling pop singer. Tall, handsome and the heartthrob of millions of women around the country, Magomayev eventually found much-needed happiness marrying this charming and kind-hearted woman he says he simply couldn’t but fall in love with…
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