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Leonid Agutin - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born on July 16, 1968, Moscow, USSR - Soviet and Russian singer, musician, songwriter, arranger, director.
At the age of six, Leonid entered a music school. Then, in parallel with his studies at secondary school No. 863 in Moscow, he graduated from the Moscow jazz school at the House of Culture "Moskvorechye" in the piano class. Leonid's parents divorced when he was 14.
From 1986 to 1988 he served in the Soviet border troops on the Soviet-Finnish border.
Graduated from the Moscow State Institute of Cinematography in 1992 with a degree in Stage Director of theatrical performances. Gruvemuvestart
Since 1989, he has traveled to the union republics of the USSR with tours as part of famous Russian bands as a "warming up" artist.
In 1992, Leonid Agutin became a laureate of the International Competition for Young Performers of a Pop Song "Yalta-1992" with the song "Barefoot Boy" .
In 1993 - a laureate of the International Competition of Young Pop Music Performers "Jurmala - 1993" .
In 1994, the singer's first solo album was released - "Barefoot Boy", which in the spring of the same year becomes a hit and raises Agutin to the very top of the music show business. In 1994 he became a nominee and won three nominations: "Singer of the Year", "Song of the Year" and "Album of the Year" with hit songs: "Hop Hey, La La Lay" and "Voice of the Tall Grass" .
In April 1995, Agutin gathered two sold-out concerts at the Olympic Sports and Concert Complex. In December 1995, the singer released his second solo album, The Decameron. Along with such artists as Philip Kirkorov, Valery Meladze and the Lyube group, he is one of the record holders in terms of the number of Golden Gramophone awards he received .
In 2005, Agutin and American jazz guitarist Al Di Meola, winner of many music awards, including the Grammy, recorded a joint studio album "Cosmopolitan Life". The disc went on sale in Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Canada and the USA. Total disc sales exceeded 900,000 copies in the first 6 months. The album was held for several months in the "hot jazz tens" of Europe and America and was called a "musical bridge between cultures" .
Later, on February 3, 2008, the DVD film “COSMOPOLITAN LIVE. Al Di Meola and Leonid Agutin. " The disc contains two chapters. The first chapter "Portrait" is a documentary film about the world tour of Agutin and Meola in support of the "Cosmopolitan Life" album and video clips for songs from the album. The second chapter is a recording of the Montreux Jazz Festival concert at the Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland). The DVD immediately hit the TOP-20 music charts of jazz videos in Europe and America.
On December 29, 2008, Agutin was awarded the honorary title "Honored Artist of the Russian Federation" by decree of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev .
In 2009, Agutin released the first book of his poems and songs "Notebook 69" .
In 2011, Agutin, together with actress Tatyana Lazareva, participated in the Ukrainian show "Zirka + Zirka", and in 2012, together with Fyodor Dobronravov, he became the winner of the musical television project "Two Stars" on Channel One.
In 2015, Agutin participated in the filming of the 5th season of the TV series "Kitchen" as a "living gift".