Women's stories (2001) 01/07/2001
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"Though believe me, at least check ..." - this song of Cinderella sang in the 70's all the girls of the Soviet Union.
Her singer, Lyudmila Senchina, sang it for the first time as a student of the third year of the Leningrad Music College, and glory immediately fell upon her.
Lyudmila even wanted to drop her studies - so many proposals came.
She wanted to get into the soloist almost all the famous creative groups, but she chose the Leningrad Theater of Musical Comedy after the school, where she met the most important person in her life - the soloist Vyacheslav Timoshina, for whom she married, gave birth to a son and with whom, in her own words, was happy, as with no one else.
Unfortunately, the marriage broke up, and Lyudmila still blames only herself for this.
Later in her life there was everything - and a new love, and a new relationship, and touring, and unexpected twists and turns in creative destiny.
She still works a lot, the public takes it all with the same enthusiasm.
The only legacy of the past is loneliness, in which she seeks peace, but in her heart she continues to hope that the family castle, which she painted herself in her youth, will some day appear in her life.
PersonnelSenchina L.P. - Soviet singer, actress, Honored Artist of Ukraine, People's Artist of Russia. Namin S. (Mikoyan AA) - musician, composer, producer, theater and film director, public figure, entrepreneur. Talkov I.V. - Soviet rock musician, poet, film actor.
Musicians; Persons of arts