The participant “Voices” Stas Obukhov will present a program similar to the one which was made by the actor. The actor admitted that city helped him believe in himself and hard to rehearse songs in preparation for a solo concert.
After participating in “the Voice”, where Stas Obukhov was in the team of Alexander Gradsky, young talent and his mentor continued close cooperation. 2 Dec Stas held a big solo concert at “town Hall” where he will present a program reminiscent of the one once played by Danila Kozlovsky at the Bolshoi theater.
“The idea of making a concert Unforgettable City belongs to – says “StarHit” Obukhov. – He supports me, gives advice on watching how to develop my voice and my music”.
Program Unforgettable – a collection of the best jazz compositions of the 20th century, originating in the “Golden swing era” of the 30’s 40-ies. Soulful ballads of NAT king Cole, enchanting soft violin passages, moving songs of Sinatra and Tony Bennett, flashing like the lights of new York streets, their colors will merge this evening into an amazing painting called “jazz”. Love this music and delicate attitude – the main highlight of Stanislaus, thanks to which the town is so appreciated his performance.
Having decided on a similar experiment, Obukhov thereby challenged the famous actor Danila Kozlovsky, who has already presented a similar program at the Bolshoi theater a few years ago.
“Once Alexander said to me, “Nobody sings those songs like you do,” continued Stas. – It fires me up and gives strength for further work. I guess five years ago could not even imagine what you will hear from the lips of the master something like that…”
Stas is one of the most flamboyant and charismatic of the fourth season of the Voice, the owner of luxurious baritone and delicate sense of style. Winner of many prestigious international awards, he has worked with famous jazz orchestras like big band G. A. Garanyan, big band S. V. Berezhnova, and many others. Currently, guy is one of the brightest soloists of theatre B. A. city “city Hall”.