Cor De Ballet
from Filip Kirkorov
Date of issue: 06/01/2011
Genre: Pop
Published by: Balkanton
Philipp Kirkorov was born on April 30, 1967 in Varna, Bulgaria. His father is Bulgarian singer of Armenian ethnicity Bedros Kirkorov. His mother, Victoria, is Jewish. In 1984, he entered the Gnesin State Music School and graduated with honors in 1988. His musical style is generic Russian pop music with occasional Western influences and, like many Russian pop stars of the 90s and later, he frequently records duets with other artists working in the same field.
In 1994 he proposed to Alla Pugacheva, and she accepted. On January 13, the couple announced their engagement in Moscow. On March 15, the marriage was registered in St. Petersburg by then-mayor Anatoly Sobchak. On May 15 the wedding of Kirkorov and Pugacheva took place in Jerusalem. Kirkorov represented Russia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995 held in Dublin with the song "Kolybelnaya dlya vulkana" ('Lullaby for the volcano') and finished in 17th place. He co-wrote the Belarusian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, "Work Your Magic" for Dmitry Koldun, and wrote the 2008 Ukrainian entry "Shady Lady", performed by Ani Lorak. He was also a judge in the second season of Music Idol in Bulgaria. Kirkorov makes a cameo in Verka Serduchka's video "Do Re Mi".
Kikorov sing a many covers on songs of his bulgarian colleagues like Vasil Naidenov, Duet "Riton" and other songs composed by Toncho Rusev.
This single contain a song composed by bulgarian composer Alexander Bruzitsov.
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