On May 14, the legendary Russian Soviet singer, songwriter, actor and director Renat Islamovich Ibragimov died in Moscow at the age of 75.
This is reported by RIA Novosti in reference to the artist’s daughter.
Renat Ibragimov was born in 1947 in the city of Lvov in the family of a military man. After the war, Renata’s father took the family and moved them to his historical homeland – Kazan. Renat’s musicality and artistic talent were noticed in kindergarten. Simultaneously receiving secondary education at school, the young man also graduated from a music school. In the 1960s he served in the Song and Dance Ensemble of the Volga Military District. In 1973 he graduated from the Kazan State Conservatory and began his career on the stage of the Tatar Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet, where he performed leading roles in operas.
All-Union success and fame came to Ibragimov after his participation in the “Red Carnation” song contest in Sochi in 1975, where the musician received the main prize.
In the artist’s filmography: “Volga Melodies”, “Italian Contract”, “Military Field Romance”, “Saga of the Ancient Bulgarians”.
In 1981, Ibragimov was awarded the title of People’s Artist of the RSFSR.
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