Boris Moiseev

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Boris Moiseev
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During a concert in Arkhangelsk, 2009.
Background information
Birth name Boris Mikhaylovich Moiseev
Born (1954-03-04) March 4, 1954 (age 61)
Mogilev, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, choreographer, actor
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1975 – present
Labels FBI Music
Associated acts Trimitas

Boris Mikhaylovich Moiseev (Russian: Бори́с Миха́йлович Моисе́ев; born March 4, 1954, Mogilev, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union) is a Jewish Russian singer, choreographer, dancer, writer, actor, head of dance group and author of popular shows in Russia.


Boris Moiseev was born in prison, his mother was being held as a disenfranchised element during the communist regime. He spent his childhood and teenage years among his Jewish aunts in Mogilev. To strengthen his health, Boris was sent to a dancing school. Since then dancing took over all his interests and turned into a lifetime passion. He dropped out of the school, packed his bags and ran away to Minsk. There Boris got accepted to a choreography school and became a professional classical dancer.

Career beginning[edit]

Boris had all the skills to succeed as a classical dancer on the stage but he preferred modern dance. After his graduation Moiseev was expelled from Minsk because of his very open, for that time, ways of self-expression. He moved to Kharkiv where Moiseev became a ballet teacher but in 1975 he was expelled from Komsomol and left Kharkiv for Kaunas. He became a head of the Lithuanian dance group Trimitas. In 1978 Moiseev created famous dancing trio Ekspressiya which became a part of Alla Pugacheva's studio. In 1987 the trio quit working with Pugacheva and went on tours to the USA, Italy, and France. The trio has existed and for a very long time. In addition Moiseev was invited to work as a ballet teacher for many American shows.

Return to Russia[edit]

Moiseev came back to Russia in 1991, filming a documentary on Ekspressia.

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