Michael Jackson was the brightest pop star of all time. His talent was admired, millions of fans idolized their idol, and colleagues recognized his brilliant performing and dancing abilities. The list of epithets that journalists have given him for a long and unsurpassed creative life can hardly fit on one page. So he was and remained in the memory of all who once fell in love with the music of Michael.
In The Power Of The Nutcracker
His whole life is shrouded in incredible legends, adventures and scandals were his faithful companions, and the yellow press earned millions in profits on his name alone. Continue reading
This man got into the top thirty of the greatest Britons, became one of the best vocalists of all time, while he refused the award of the Commander of the British Empire and the knight’s title, saying that this was not at all what he worked all his life. That was David Bowie.
To those who are familiar with the music of David Bowie superficially, it may seem that apart from glam rock and electronics, he no longer does anything. Continue reading
This opera singer considered Mephistopheles’s part in the opera “Faust” by Charles Gounod to be his most beloved, therefore, his nickname appeared consonant – Myth. But the life of Vasily Slipak lived, though short, but as heroic as the mythological characters. He gave the audience the rarest and most exceptional singing art. He was considered a real vocal miracle, and many teachers simply dreamed of working with Vasily in their class.
Vasily Slipak was an extremely gifted opera singer, he had a subtle and boundless vocal vibrato that drove the audience crazy. It was impossible to understand how such a powerful voice fits in such a slender and young performer. Continue reading