Tina Georgiyevskaya


Tina Georgiyevskaya - coach, actress, singer, member of the Union of Theatre Workers Federation, member of the Union of Journalists of Moscow, professor of Moscow Art Theatre School MHAT, winner of the National Prize of Journalism "Golden Lotus".

Tina Georgiyevskaya - one of the most famous in Russia and in the world of spiritual songs performers. Since the founding of the ensemble "Sirin" (directed A.Kotov) she became a soloist, leader of the women's group and the author of many "hits."

Tina (as a singer of the ensemble and as a soloist) played and sounded more than 20 dramas, films and performances, including the famous performances of Anatoly Vasilyev " Lamentations of Jeremiah", "Mozart and Salieri", the film "The Banishment" - winner of the "Golden Palm" on Cannes Film Festival, directed by Andrei Zvyagintsev, the film "Ragin" Laureate International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary, director Kirill Serebrennikov, and many others. Tina's solo sounds on all six discs issued by the ensemble (the company "Russian Seasons", "Opus 111", etc.), two of which received the highest international award "Diapason d'Or " and "  Fortissimo de Télérama".

Tina has worked with such luminaries as Dmitri Pokrovsky, Min Tanaka, Yuri Lyubimov, Anne Trottier, Tatiana Grindenko, Nicholai Chindyaykin, Mark Tucker, Kama Ginkas, gave recitals at Conway Hall (London), the cultural center of "DOM" and "Project OGI "in Moscow.

She recorded a dozen CDs for children with fairy tales, musicals and lullabies.

Tina Georgiyevskaya is the author of many articles and literary texts published in the journals "Modern small prose," "Young Russian literature", "Vozdukh", "Textonly" (Moscow) and "Stethoscope" (Paris).

Tina Georgiyevskaya is an author and a leader of "voice-trainings" at the University of Rhetoric and Oratory, and teaches at the Institute of Clinical Hypnosis, conducts business training (voice coaching) for companies such as Ernst & Young, Ciba Vision, World Bank Group, Novartis Pharm, Johnson & Johnson .

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