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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Philip: it would not be the Crimea, would not be me


Popular singer Philip Kirkorov took an active part in the festival “New wave” in the Crimea. He spoke at the closing, appreciated young talents and has shared with journalists his impressions from the Crimean Peninsula. The artist could not resist nostalgia.


photo: Lily Sharlovskoe

-I always discover something new here – shared the singer.- In my heart, the Crimea occupies a special place. It involves a lot of pleasant moments and memories. Crimea is the beginning of my career. In 1988, the year here was held the first competition in my life, for the best performance of songs of the countries of socialist countries. It is on the Crimean land I started as an artist, so every time I come here, I with great trepidation waiting for their concerts. EA has a good and beautiful tradition. And always a holiday. Nice to know that my concert there were a couple of days and tickets in the box office there. Always happy to be there where you are awaited. Regardless of what is happening around. I’m an artist, and I love people. And another open secret. If it were not for Crimea, and there would be me, because my parents met here.

– What do you like best from the local cuisine?

– Oh, so many Goodies! They beckon, beckon… Not to go to these temptations I can’t, even with his steel iron character and strength of will. It is, of course, all that is impossible. Kebabs, lavalike, baked potatoes, watermelons cold in large numbers after the concerts. In General, I’ve gained a few pounds. But now he took himself in hand, to the fall to get back in shape. And I are preparing for a big anniversary. 50 years for the artist is a significant date.

Philip.
The closing of “New Wave” in the Crimea (24 photos)

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