Women's stories (1999) 11/28/1999

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Anchorperson: Tatjyana Pushkina

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The heroine of the release is People's Artist of the USSR, singer Nani Bregvadze.

Nani is an actress from birth.

She was about five years old when she performed in front of the children in lacy shawls and sang romances.

Nani's mother was a strict aristocrat from a ruined princely family.

In all, the family had eleven cousins ​​and sisters, all of whom sang beautifully.

They say that when Nani was already performing with the orchestra, her mother accompanied her to the concerts and waited to go home.

She taught her daughter to be always proud and calm.

Although there was little peace in life.

Nani then broke up, then met with her husband, went on an endless tour, and my grandmother raised her daughter Eku, demanding that her daughter fully devote herself to art.

Speaking of Bregvadze, people make a helpless gesture: there is no gossip about her, she is a closed person, who does not let anyone into her personal life. "I have no secrets," she laughs, "if they do, I'll tell them myself first."

Nani hospitable hostess, but does not like and can not cook.

She herself comes up with her own outfits, causing a burning envy with her elegance.

She lived in Tbilisi during the most difficult years of the recent war, not leaving the house, supporting friends, not ruining nests.

She did not sing, did not give concerts, she just did not let the family hearth go out.

In those years her mother died, and now Nani gives his relatives the strength to be proud and calm.

And he sings for Georgia, for Russia, for the whole world.


Bregvadze N.G. - Georgian singer, pianist, music teacher, People's Artist of the Georgian SSR, People's Artist of the USSR.

Persons of arts; Biography; Culture and Arts; Music