Kim Breitburg

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Kim Breitburg
Ким Брейтбург
RIAN archive 717294 XIX International Arts Festival The Slavic Bazaar in Vitebsk.jpg
Breitburg in 2006, accompanying Larisa Dolina at the Slavic Bazaar in Vitebsk
Born Ким Александрович Брейтбург
(1955-02-10) February 10, 1955 (age 63)
Lviv, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Occupation singer, songwriter, composer, producer, entrepreneur
Years active 1978-present
Website breitburg.ru

Kim Alexandrovich Breitburg (Russian: Ким Александрович Брейтбург, 10 February 1955, Lvov, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a Russian composer, singer, keyboardist, author of more than 600 songs, 5 art rock suites and 7 musicals. Breitburg, who first came to prominence as a founder and frontman of the Soviet progressive rock band Dialog (1978-1991) in the later years became a successful mainstream entrepreneur; among his best known projects are the popular reality talent shows "People's Artist",[1] "The Secret of Success" and "The Battle of Choirs".[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ How the Become People's Artists. Omsk, Novoe Obozrenye, February 2005
  2. ^ "Ким Александрович Брейтбург". Kino-Teatr. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  3. ^ Kim Breitburg story at the Casanova (musical) site

External links[edit]

  • Kim Breitburg. The band’s frontman biography at the Dialog unofficial site.