The future star of Soviet and Russian pop appeared on March 29, 1925 in a creative family. Parents at that time lived in the famous city of Sverdlovsk. His father served as a soloist in the regional opera house. Magnificently wielded the technique of playing the violin and other string instruments. Her mother worked as a choirmaster. Not surprisingly, the girl started doing music from an early age. Her most seriously prepared for a successful career as a pianist. She was dealt with at home by experienced teachers. When Ludmila turned ten, she went through a very difficult qualifying contest and was accepted for the children’s department of the local conservatory.
Already in school years Lyadova could play very complex works of composers classics without stamps. She was regularly invited to school festivities, various viewings and competitions. At the age of 12, the girl performed as a soloist of a symphony orchestra conducted by a famous conductor. That’s when Ludmila played Mendelssohn’s concert. The talented pianist was admitted to the conservatory for the piano class and composition department. During her student years, she managed not only to master the curriculum, but also to perform at various creative events.
In creative field During the
war Lyadova regularly gave concerts for wounded fighters in hospitals. At one of her performances, she met a young singer, Nina Panteleeva. They liked each other from the first minutes of acquaintance and decided to perform together. The program of speeches has been completed. Formed a suitable repertoire. By that time Lyadova had already written several of her songs. In 1946, the creative duo became the winner of the All-Union Competition of Variety Artists. After this success, young performers became, what is called, nakshat.
After several years of successful touring and solo performances, Lyadova decided to move to Moscow. By then, the duo of two talented performers had broken up. Lyudmila Alekseevna wanted to try her hand at large-scale projects. In the capital she had an opportunity to work with famous performers. The song “Old March” was presented to the audience and listeners by Joseph Kobzon. The musical composition “Drum” was performed by Eduard Gil. In spring 1985, the Jubilee evening of the singer and composer was held in the Column Hall of the House of Unions
recognition and personal life
Lyudmila Lyadov today, despite his advanced age, continues to engage in musical creativity. She was awarded the honorary title of “People’s Artist of the RSFSR” for outstanding services in the development of domestic culture. The singer was awarded two orders of “For Merit to the Fatherland”.
You can write a sentimental novel about Lyudmila Alexeyevna’s personal life. It was only the sixth time she found family happiness and peace. She spends most of her time at the dacha. But she doesn’t forget about the grand piano she always has at hand.