BAISEITOVA Kulyash (B-10)

02/05/1912, Vernyi (Alma-Ata), Russia - 06/06/1957, Moscow, USSR

Kazakh Soviet Opera actress (lyric-coloratura soprano). In 1925-1928 she studied at the Alma-Ata pedagogical College, participated in musical Amateur performances. Since 1930, she studied acting in the Studio of the Alma-Ata theater (now the Kazakh state academic drama theater). In 1933 she joined the troupe of the Musical theater (now the State academic Opera and ballet theatre), where she performed until the end of her life. She became the first performer on the Kazakh stage of many parts of the world Opera repertoire – butterfly ("Chio-Chio-San" G. Puccini), Tatiana ("Eugene Onegin" by P. I. Tchaikovsky), Tamara ("Demon" A. Rubinstein), Maro ("Daisi" by Z. P. Paliashvili). people's artist of USSR (1936). The name of K. Baiseitova was given to the National Opera and ballet theatre in Astana. Since 1980 the Republican contest of performers of Kazakh folk songs named after after K. Baiseitova.

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