Nina Selivanova Russian folk singer from Moscow, Russia
Russian folk singer Nina Selivanova (Russian: Нина Селиванова) from Moscow, Russia was born in Moscow in family of professional Russian folk singers, Honored Performers of Russia Svetlana Smirnova and Yury Selivanov.
Nina finished her formal education as a professional folk singer at the Moscow State Institute of Music with all top scores. She plays piano and guitar. Nina Selivanova performs solo, with small ensemble of musicians, or with the orchestra.
Currently Nina is a student at one of the most prestigious school of music in Russia for singers: Russian Academy of Music known as Gnesin's Institute of Music. (The Gnesins' Academy of Music is a state Institution in Moscow, Russian Federation). Nina Selivanova has already won a few international competitions for folk singers, performed at the best venues in Russia and abroad.
Moscow Open Festival of Youth in Arts named after Eugene Martynov, 2004, First Prize in folk singing category.
Moscow International Festival-Competition "Open Europe", 2006, Grand Prize, Category: Folk singing.
All videos below were made at the concert of Honored Performers of Russia Svetlana Smirnova and Yury Selivanov at the State Musicial Theatre of Folklore "Russkaia Pesniya" (Russian Song) under direction of Nadezhda Babkina in Moscow, Russia.
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