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Galina Vishnevskaya 95th birthday of one of the greatest Russian opera singers of the 20th century

Galina Vishnevskaya 95th birthday of one of the greatest Russian opera singers of the 20th century
Galina Vishnevskaya 95th birthday of one of the greatest Russian opera singers of the 20th century


 Moment’s Doodle, illustrated guest artist Darya Shnykina, celebrates the 95th birthday of one of the topmost Russian pieces vocalizers of the 20th century — Galina Vishnevskaya. 

 Galina Pavlovna Ivanova was born on this day in 1926 in Leningrad, Russia ( ultramodern- daySt. Petersburg) and came enthralled with pieces at 10 times old after hearing Tchaikovsky’s grand “ Eugene Onegin.” While walking the thoroughfares of Leningrad in the early 1950s, Vishnevskaya stumbled upon an assignation to investigation for the Bolshoi Theater — Russia’s most prestigious pieces hall. She blew the judges down with her investigation, earning a spot as the time’s only auditioner accepted into the Bolshoi troop. 

In 1953, her nonage dreams were realized at the Bolshoi as she portrayed the supereminent character Tatyana in “ Eugene Onegin” with a fresh interpretation of a classic character that came her hand part. This marked the birth of a virtuosic pieces career that took Vishnevskaya to venues around the world — frequently with her cherished dachshund Pooks in hitch — from New York’s Metropolitan Opera to Helsinki’s Finnish National Opera. It was at the ultimate venue that she gave her final performance of Tatyana before retiring in 1982. 

 As a devoted philanthropic, Vishnevskaya innovated thenon-profit children’s weal association Rostropovich-Vishnevskaya Foundation in 1991 alongside her hubby, the world- class cellist Maestro Rostropovich. She also innovated the Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Centre in 2002 to give a home for aspiring pieces vocalizers. Both associations carry on her heritage of helping and inspiring others to this day. 

Happy birthday, Galina Vishnevskaya!

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