Evgenia Smolyaninova: biography, creativity, career, personal life

From the biography of

 Evgenia Valeryevna Smolyaninova was born in 1964 in Novokuznetsk. The family moved to Kemerovo. Her mother taught a foreign language and sang perfectly. Eugenie admitted that she had a voice from her mother and from her paternal grandmother. His father is a professional athlete, teacher coach. She studied at a music school, then at a music school in Leningrad. During her studies, she first performed as a singer. During folklore expeditions she collected folk songs. In the archives opened many forgotten romances.

On

the eve of her creative career

The singing destiny of Evgenia Smolyaninova began with acquaintance with folk songs performed by Sergeeva Olga Fedoseevna. The girl was appalled by her performance, and there came a point where for 3 years she couldn’t settle down and lived the desire to sing the same way that listeners would lighten their soul and not be ashamed to cry. And Eugenia managed to reincarnate. When she came to this old lady and set up a CD of her songs, she said she was singing it herself. When the truth opened up, the woman was glad, and then said that no one needed such songs. There is already this old lady, and Eugenia’s songs are in demand.

Harmony of the soul

In some degree of fame, cinema added to her. She began singing romances, voicing the roles of performers. Started in movies:

But she loved singing for an open audience where her performance is an emotional performance and she that’s how an actress feels. It is in the hall that she feels harmony in her soul. A living person is important for her, what is important is what is passed from one soul to another, what is important is the cleansing tears, the kind that she had when she listened to the old woman who covered her.

The musical appearance of the singer

is a distinctive and bright phenomenon in the musical culture of the first two decades of the 20th century. Smolyaninova is her bell-headed, silvery, gentle and tremulous voice and performing manner. Listening to it, a person conceives — from where it comes from: from Ancient Russia or from the Silver Age, from lost Russia or from Russia dream. Its repertoire is rich and varied: folk songs, romances, spiritual poems and ballads, tango, etc. In her voice, the flowering of plants is heard, and the starlight in the window, and the prayer, and the blessing, and the lullaby. Listening to her singing represent all the colors of life: how the trio rushing away, like a meteor meteor, how the waves lash, how the lark ringing, how the mother calms the infant, and he has miracles. She sings the very life of the people. And Russian song and life are not separable.

Songs of Her Soul

Works About Mother love and prayer is a traditional song theme because mother is life, it’s our all we have. Without her, without her custody as a child is bad. By becoming an adult, one more begins to understand the significance of this relative in one’s life. It is easier for a man if he has a mother who prays for him, even for an adult.

In the

winter lunar night and early spring, the sound of the bell resembles not only the joyful encounters of the two lovers. Life can change suddenly, and they break up because fate has developed differently: the favorite went to the rival.

A. S. Pushkin writes about A. P. Kern, with whom he was in love. He calls meeting her a “miracle moment.” The poet has gone to his lands, he is again in a secular society, but still thinks of her. Then the events that happened in his life clouded her image. In deaf reference, his life was bleak. When the author met the woman again, feelings were awakened again.

Human longing is hard to write, sing, think about. As dreams come true, and unfulfilled dreams will not disappear anywhere. They often peek into a person’s soul as memories and melt like snowflakes.

Kuma is known to be a godmother, a woman who became the mother of a child who was dubbed. In rural areas, where the population is small, many people become nepotists — close people, almost relatives. In the song, the lump appeals to the others asking not to forget her: to take her to the garden for flowers so that she, too, can weave a wreath. She complains that her wreath, let on the water, drowned. Complains about his loneliness and asks the komuski not to share her love.

The

memory of the heart, the memory of the soul of the person is so arranged that it repeatedly brings him back to the past. It’s both excruciating and at times strange. Often a person rebukes himself for something. Probably, it should be, because man is not artificial intelligence. Question — why do memories arise? — will always exist. For man is a memorable being.

From personal life

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Seung E. Smolyaninova — Sviatoslav. As a musician-professional and teacher of the school of guitar skills, a screenwriter, takes part in concert activities. He accompanies Evgenia Valerievne. Since childhood, he has become a teacher, as he says, in the third generation. Teaching as a mental and emotional process on a par with performing on stage he likes.

Listens to his soul

E. Smolyaninova, who dreamed of becoming a pianist as a child, destiny made a famous continuation of traditions of folk singing, from which, as she says, gets pleasure. M. Tsvetaeva wrote that she listens not to music, but to her soul. These words of the poetess are the credo of the singer. The creativity of the “crystal voice of Russia” continues.

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