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FULL ALIBEK DNISHEV Concert & Documentary Soviet Union 1984

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  • Published by: Soviet television  
  • Date Published: 1984  
  • Format: Broadcast
  • Quality Video: 3 Audio:3
  • Subtitles: nosubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO

Alibek Musayevich Dnishev (Kazakh: Әлібек Мұсаұлы Дінішев, born 30 July 1951, Alma-Ata, Kazakh SSR, USSR) — Soviet and Kazakhstani chamber and opera singer (tenor), educator. People’s Artist of the USSR (1986) Hero of Labour of Kazakhstan (2021).

Laureate of Kazakhstan’s First President and National Leader’s State Award for Peace and Progress (2001), Laureate of the Republic of Kazakhstan’s State Award for Literature and Arts (2012).

Alibek Dnishev was born in Almaty on July 30, 1951. He was the fourth (and the youngest) son in a Kazakh-Tatar family.

Alibek dreamed of a performing career from an early age. A graduate of a music school (where he majored in accordion) and Tchaikovsky Alma-Ata Music Academy, Choral Conducting Dept., Alibek applied to Leningrad Conservatoire, but was not admitted. So he entered Nadia Sharipova’s Vocal Performance Class at Kurmangazy Kazakh National Conservatoire. As a third-year student, he received his first prize for his rendition of I Remember the Wonderful Moment lieder at the Glinka All-Union Vocalist Contest in Tbilisi.

In early 1970s Alibek performed with Jetygen band, was a lead singer at Jambyl Kazakh State Philharmonic and Kazakh State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after Abay (Almaty). Dnishev took his lively concert programs to the largest halls of Algeria, Peru, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Morocco and other countries. His European chamber concerts were fully sold out, he also performed in various plays of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow.

Among opera classics, Dnishev performed arias from operas by Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky and Alexander Borodin. For instance, his rendition of Lensky’s aria is considered a benchmark for mastery and lyricism in the professional musical milieu.

He established and led Alibek Dnishev’s Vocal Academy in 1997, which brought up talented performers of vocal art.

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