Soviet composers #2 – Ostrovsky, Tulikov, Ekimyan

Soviet composers 1 - Anatoly Novikov and Vano Muradeli

“Soviet composers #2 – Ostrovsky, Tulikov, Ekimyan” – is the second episode of the series (with English subtitles) and is dedicated to another three famous Soviet composers. Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov will talk about his creative collaboration with the composers of Soviet patriotic songs – Arkady Ostrovsky, Serafim Tulikov (such songs as “Motherland”, “Son of Russia”, “The Veterans Do Not Grow Old in Their Souls”) and Alexey Ekimyan (such songs as “Soviet country”, “Grey Hair”).

Soviet composers #1 – Anatoly Novikov and Vano Muradeli

Soviet composers 1 - Anatoly Novikov and Vano Muradeli

“Soviet composers #1 – Anatoly Novikov and Vano Muradeli” – This episode (with English subtitles) is dedicated to some famous Soviet composers. Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov will talk about his creative collaboration with the composers of Soviet patriotic songs – Anatoly Novikov (such songs as “Vasya-Vasilek”, “John Reed walks along Petrograd”, “The Ballad About Russian Boys”) and Vano Muradeli (such songs as “The War Is Not Over Yet”, “The Alarm Bells of Buchenwald”).

The Last Concert of the Alexandrov Red Army Choir (2016)

December 29 2016   2 Comments   Tags: Alexandrov Ensemble, concerts, folk songs, New Year

The last concert of the Twice Red Banner Song and Dance Ensemble of the Russian Army under A.V. Alexandrov at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, 2016.

In the memory of all who perished in a tragic airplane crash over the Black Sea on December 25, 2016.

Condolences on the loss of the Alexandrov Ensemble artists

December 26 2016   14 Comments   Tags: Alexandrov Ensemble, fans, history, internet

Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov tells his deepest condolences on the loss of the Alexandrov Ensemble artists, who died in the airplane crash on the 25th of December, 2016.

Leonid Kharitonov’s interview for the BBC Radio 3

Leonid Kharitonov's interview for the BBC Radio 3This video represents an interview of Leonid Kharitonov (the famous Russian opera singer) for the BBC Radio 3 channel. This conversation took place in December 2011 via international telephone connection.

Leonid Kharitonov told about his first experience of the Cliff song solo performance with the Alexandrov Red Army Choir at the Kremlin Palace of Congresses in Moscow in 1965.

А Tour To Canada in 1978 (private footage)

January 20 2016   1 Comment   Tags: biography, Canada, tours

Tour To Canada in 1978

This private footage was made personally by the Russian singer Leonid Kharitonov during his tour with some Soviet performers to Canada. The video shows how the artist saw this country in the far 1978 year.
 

Victory Day Congratulations 2015

May 10 2015   8 Comments   Tags: patriotic, Victory Day, WW2

Victory Day 2015

After a long silence caused by some serious health problems we finally managed to record a new video with Leonid Kharitonov (with English subtitles).

He congratulates all the people of good will with the Victory Day in WW2. The video was recorded in Moscow on the 9th of May 2015.

Interview for the TV Show, “Secrets of the Kremlin Concerts”


Secrets of the Kremlin Concerts

Leonid Kharitonov gives an interview in a TV show entitled “Secrets of the Kremlin Concerts” (March 5, 2014.) He tells about his first solo performance in 1965, which he gave at a concert for Leonid Brezhnev and the Soviet leadership on the occasion of Lenin’s 95th anniversary. We’ve added English subtitles to the video.

Victory Day 2012

May 9 2012   2 Comments   Tags: Alexandrov Ensemble, Victory Day, WW2

May 9th is celebrated every year in Russia as Victory Day to commemorate the victory in 1945 over Nazi Germany in World War II. Leonid Kharitonov wholeheartedly thanks all veterans for their service and their sacrifices!

2012 New Year’s Greetings from Leonid Kharitonov

December 31 2011   3 Comments   Tags: concerts, New Year, Osipov Orchestra, Russian romance

Leonid Kharitonov

Dear fans and friends! Peace, health, prosperity and happiness to all of you in 2012! I thank you with all my soul for your love and support.

This 1987 performance of “Kiss Me, My Darling” is from the television show “Song, Romance, Waltz”. The singer is accompanied by the Osipov Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments, under the leadership of conductor Nikolay Kalinin.

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