Childhood and youth
It is difficult for a talented person to choose a profession for life. In such situations, often a happy case or call of ancestors pushes to a certain solution. Albert Nurullovich Asadullin came to light on 1 September 1948 in a large military family. Parents at that time lived in the city of Kazan. His father, a participant in the Great Patriotic War in retirement, received a disability pension. The mother was engaged in parenting and housework. Three native children and four foster children grew up in the house.
On family holidays, my mother always sang folk songs and romances. She possessed a rare timbre voice that Albert inherited. The boy liked to listen to stagnant songs, but he wasn’t going to become a singer. He showed drawing abilities from an early age. Asadullin studied well at school. After receiving his matriculation certificate, he enrolled in a local art school. He graduated brilliantly and decided to continue his studies at the Leningrad Academy of Arts. As a student, Albert was actively involved in the social and cultural life of the institution.
In the student dormitory Albert mastered the unpretentious technique of playing the seven-string guitar . He sang several folk and yard songs, and he was immediately invited to the amateur ensemble “Ghosts”. In 1975 Asadullin received the diploma of architect, but he did not work in the specialty. By then, he was already performing on stage as a soloist for the singing guitars vocal and instrumental ensemble. Famous came to the young vocalist when he performed one of the lead roles in the first Soviet rock opera “Orpheus and Eurydice”. The part of Eurydica was performed by young singer Irina Ponarovskaya.
For the next five years, Asadullin toured as part of the ensemble throughout the Soviet Union. At the Orfey-79 International Festival, he won two awards. This case the history of the music competition did not know. After some time, Albert decided to pursue a solo career and founded the band Pulse. In the early 90s, when the situation in the country changed radically, Asadullin included Tatar folk songs in his repertoire. In the early 21st century, the singer often gives concerts, working a lot on new works.
Confession and personal life
In one interview with meticulous journalists, Albert admitted he did not know the certificate of note. He learns all his songs and parts in musicals by ear. Asadullin was awarded the honorary title “Honored Artist of the RSFSR” for his great merits in the development of domestic culture.
The popular performer does not hide details of his personal life from journalists. Asadullin is married twice. In his first marriage, he had a son, who is now engaged in design. The second family became a reliable prop for Albert. Wife Elena is younger than her husband by 30 years. The married couple raises and raises two twin daughters, Alina and Alice.