The singer of the Taganka. In the memory of Vladimir Visotsky
The Soviet actor and film actor, author and performer of popular and world famous songs, would have been today's eighty-year-old Visotsky, both a musician and an actor, a unique and unforgettable song, and his songs and performances are still loved, heard, and performed.
On April 14, the event orginized by the high school students of the ANAU General Education Program, was dedicated to Vladimir Visotsky.
The students of the school are Russian language teacher, assistant of chair of Armenian and Russian languages Lilit Manukyan and head of the chair, philologist. Candidate, Associate Professor Nelly Sargsyan presented interesting and meaningful life of the Russian music, touching upon the important stages of his creative activity, the ascents and landings, as well as the heritage left by Visotsky and the magnificent influence of the musician on the further development of world art of singing. The showcases made were visually and explicit in a complicated and controversial character of Visotsky-citizen, man, and art figure. The students of the school guitar performed the most popular and favorite songs of Visotsky, and throughout the whole event, the voice of the musician from Taganka, no other singer in the world, was heard.
The event was over, giving the present a touch of exciting and unforgettable moments.