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Zakharchenko Victor Gavrilovich

Victor Zakharchenko

State Academic Kuban Cossack Chorus, Art director
Member of the Presidential Council on Arts and Culture.
Professor, Doctor of Arts.

Address: 5 Krasnaya St., Krasnodar, Russia, 350063.
Telephone: +7 (861) 255-75-03, 268-31-47; Fax: 268-31-47
Place of birth: Born at the village of Dyadkovskaya, Krasnodar Krai.
Date of birth: 22 March 1938
Education: The Glinka State Conservatory, Novosibirsk, postgraduate course at the Gnesins Institute of Music, Moscow (1965).
Professional experience: Says Victor Zakharchenko: Being a born Cossack, I has been listening to Cossack and spiritual songs since childhood From the very beginning, I was eager to become a musicianand in my heart of hearts always knew that eventually my wish will come true.
As early as a student at the Novosibirsk Conservatory he began to work as senior choirmaster at the State Siberian Chorus, a position he held till 1974. Since 1974 he has been working as artistic director of the State Academic Kuban Cossack Chorus.
Victor Zakharchenko is dedicated to folk culture and folk music; as one of his first priorities he participates in the works of the Presidential Council on Arts and Culture.
Awards, honorary titles: The recipient of more than 25 Russian and foreign awards and decorations, including the Sign of Honor Order (1981), the Order of Red Banner of Labor (1987), the Order of Friendship (1998), the For the Services to Motherland of 4th degree (2004); the laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation (1991), the International Award of St Andrew Foundation (1999), the Boyan Award of the Slavonic Unity international association (1998); holds titles of Honored Worker of Arts of the Russian Federation (1997) and the Adygei Repulic (1998), Peoples Artist of Russia (1984) and Ukraine (1994).
Published works, press comments: The author of more than 200 musical compositions and over 1000 folk songs arrangements; published numerous works concerned on folk music.
Family: Married to Vera A. Shubina; their family includes daughters Victoria (1961), Natalia (1972), Vera (1983); grandsons Victor and Andrei.
Hobbies: Chess and books.
Wishes, plans: To compose new songs and arrangements, record Cossack songs and create new concert programs.
Date public: 2006, May


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