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The Memory of the First Singer Performed «Podmoskovnye Vechera» will be Immortalized in the Ural Capital

22 июня 2009 21:03

The Head of Ekaterinburg Arkady Chernetsky has signed a decree about the installation of a memorial plaque to the honorary citizen of the Sverdlovsk Region, People's Artist of Russia Vladimir Konstantinovich Troshin on the facade of the house in which he lived from 1935 to 1943 years, in Ilich Street, 17.

Vladimir Konstantinovich was born on May 15, 1926 in the Urals, in the town of Mikhailovskoye of Nizhneserginsky Region. In 1935 the Troshins moved to Sverdlovsk. Both his father and brother worked at Uralmashzavod. Vladimir studied at the school number 68 in Ordzhonikidze district; he also attended the drama circle of the club named after I.V.Stalin (now the Cultural Center «Ordzhonikidze»).

In 1943 he was admitted to the troupe of the Moscow Art Theater, where he worked for over 40 years.

In 1950, V.K.Troshin became the youngest laureate of Stalin Prize. He acted in 50 films, he sang more than two thousand songs, which went down to the golden fund of Russian pop art, was the first performer of the song «Podmoskovnye Vechera».

In 2002 Vladimir Konstantinovich was awarded a personal mark on the avenue of stars at SCCH «Russia», Moscow.

All his life Vladimir Konstantinovich kept in touch with the Urals and the city where his childhood and youth had past.

 
 



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