FIRST LADY OF JAZZ ELLA FITSGERALD
In the 1950s, not one of the concerts in the White House took place without the participation of Ella Fitzgerald. During her life she recorded over 250 albums, sold more…

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Mireille Mathieu became the "ambassador of the French song."
Mireille Mathieu is a flawless page haircut, sleek eyebrows, invariably coral lipstick. She seems to be the same eternal impersonation of France as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and champagne.…

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Montserrat Caballe
Montserrat Caballe is destined to be the last of the caste of great opera divas of the twentieth century. At one time, Maria Callas was assigned the epithet Divine, and…

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Before Rafael opened

Wind of hope Evgenia Vlasova
Zhenya still with excitement recalls his first performance at musical contestant Yevgeny Vlasov at the Palace of Culture “Ukraine”: “My knees trembled, it was scary and I wanted to run…

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STEVI WANDER - THE BLIND MIRACLE
Steveland Jadkins was barely 3 years old when the family moved to live in the industrial capital of America, Detroit, in search of a better life. Soon he became Stiveland…

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From amateur to popularity
From the first class, Sofia began to sing in the school and church choir, but the latter could have ended with the exception of the pioneers. The young artist worked…

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POP-DIVA KRISTINA AGILERA
Christina Aguilera's voice is one of the most recognizable among all American vocalists, and she herself has long received the title of pop diva from her colleagues and fans. Christina…

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