Alexander Buinov came to congratulate the birthday girl
He could not miss the occasion singer
Soso Pavliashvili admires the talent of the artist
Tamara Gverdtsiteli and Alexander Marshall sang a duet
The birthday girl arranged for a memorable evening for his fans
On Saturday the Kremlin was the real Georgian night with national songs, dances and toasts. Its 55th anniversary in the circle of friends and colleagues celebrated Tamara Gverdtsiteli. Despite the fact that the anniversary of the actress was back in January, a musical benefit, she decided to arrange it a month later.
“In the actual day we were in Tbilisi, gathered all my relatives, people I know from my youth, – said Tamara Gverdtsiteli. – Sat and sung, it was very soulful and warm. All pleased with my gifts. My son bought a very beautiful piece of jewelry is a ring. For the concert he couldn’t fly – he’s got very important exams at the University. Today I supported the mother.”
For the evening Gverdtsiteli appeared on stage in several chic dresses. Artist difficult to imagine in other faces, however, she herself admits that life often wears jeans and t-shirts.
“And I don’t follow diets – smiles Tamara Mikhailovna. – In Georgia it is simply impossible. There is always a holiday.”
To congratulate Gverdtsiteli with the anniversary came Joseph Kobzon, Alexander Rosenbaum, Soso Pavliashvili, Alexander Buinov, Gleb Matveichuk, Valery Meladze, Lev Leshchenko and many others.
Joseph was told that the first saw little Tamara for one of the competitions. The master admitted that even could not imagine that will be after so many years at its anniversary party in the Kremlin.
And Lev Leshchenko, who performed with the legendary artist “Eternal love” remembered one of his favourite jokes: “When I come to the Kremlin and see the dressing room name Gverdtsiteli, I know that the charity concert!”
One of the most touching moments of the evening was the performance of “Blue eternity”. The last verse along with Tamara and Emin was performed by Muslim Magomayev – recording of his speech appeared on the big screen.