The inauguration of Online Good NewsTelevision Katala TV took place on the 10th of December. At the celebration Uliasha sang authorial songs in Polish and Russian – “Belye nochi” and “Nie pozwól” (the video clips were shown as well) and a song of Anna German. The inauguration took place in the evening in the Business Centre […]
„White Nights” (“Belye nochi”) – it is the new singel by Uliasha. The song is devoted to Petersburg – a very special place in the world called Vienna of the North. Uliasha has visited this city many times so it brings her back a lot of special memories. Feeling the magic of white nights, many […]
On 19th of October Uliasha will give a performance on the Closing Ceremony of the International Festival of Culture. The ceremony begins at 6 p. m. in the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Warsaw. Uliasha will sing three authorial songs: Million words/ Миллион слов – a beautiful love ballad that interweaves two Slav […]
Uliasha has won the 1st prize in the International Song Contest ”Wiktoria 2014” dedicated to the art of Anna German. The festival took place in Warsaw, Uliasha sang „Odin raz v god sady cvetut” (Gardens blossom once a year). The jury was composed of Natalia Kovalenko – a talented soprano who graduated from the Music […]
Uliasha recorded a new single in russian language – “White Nights”. You will hear this song in July (with the mini video music). The inspiration for Uliasha was a trip to St. Petersburg. “White Nights” is a romantic ballad that brings us the atmosphere of St. Petersburg. At the moment Uliasha is staying in St. […]
22 June 2014 Uliasha will sing on The solemn ceremony of Russian Language Recitation Contest. Uliasha will present quiet and emocional russian ballads. Admission is free! Beginning at 11.00.
Svyatoslav Belza has gone. He was the National artist of Russia, deserved activist of Polish culture, musical and literary critic, journalist. He led many famous cultural TV programs and festivals, but most of all He was an extremely humble and warm person. He will always remain as a symbol of erudition and culture for many people. […]