Zemfira Ramazanova

Rock singer, musician, composer, songwriter, producer. Since 1999Zemfira has released six studio and three live albums (as well asacollection ofB-sides), which have received considerable attention from the press and the public: Zemfira (1999), Forgive MeMyLove (2000), 14Weeks ofSilence (2002), Vendetta (2005), Zemfira. Live (2006), Thank You (2007), collection ofB-sides Z-Sides (2010), Zemfira. Live2 (2010), ToLive inYour Head (2013), Asmall man. Live (2016).
In1999, after the release ofher debut album, Ogonyok magazine called Zemfira the rupture voice ofthe generation. Her songs repeatedly topped the music charts, and her work ingeneral had agreat influence onthe Russian rock music ofthe 2000s.
Zemfira was the producer ofthe musical film The Green Theater inZemfira (directed byRenata Litvinova, 2008), co-producer and composer ofthe film The Last Fairy Tale ofRita (directed byRenata Litvinova, 2012). She also wrote the music for the film Goddess: How IFell InLove byRenata Litvinova. Her songs are sounded inthe films ofKira Muratova Melody for aStreet-organ and Eternal Redemption.
In2012, 2013 and 2014Zemfira was included inthe rating ofOne Hundred most influential women inRussia, compiled bythe radio station Echo ofMoscow, the news agencies RIA Novosti, Interfax and Ogonyok magazine.
Perfomances in our theatre
The North Wind, composer