“Definitely not COVID”: Opera singer Vyacheslav Voinarovsky died at the age of 75

“Definitely not COVID”: Opera singer Vyacheslav Voinarovsky died at the age of 75

The soloist of MAMT Vyacheslav Voinarovsky, also known to viewers from the humorous TV show “Crooked Mirror”, has passed away. It happened on the night of September 24th. The cause of death of the 74-year-old opera singer, according to his son Igor, is “definitely not COVID”.

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As Igor Voinarovsky said in an interview with TASS, his father died within the walls of his home at home. It has not yet been established what caused the death of the People's Artist of the Russian Federation. According to the son of the opera star, problems in the work of the pancreas or intestines could have led to the tragedy, but this is “definitely not COVID.” At the time of his death, Vyacheslav Igorevich was 74 years old.

The celebrity was born into a creative family. He decided to follow in the footsteps of his parents – mother Nina Simonova and father Igor Voinarovsky, who were operetta artists, and entered GITIS. The singer delighted the audience with his talent from the stages of the operetta theater in the Saratov region and the M. Nemirovich-Danchenko and Stanislavsky. Voinarovsky was a guest artist of the Bolshoi Theater, took part in various operas, including Eugene Onegin, and played cameo roles in films.

Vyacheslav Igorevich starred in two film adaptations of the legendary work “12 chairs”. The opera singer took part in the theatrical program “Birds”, as well as “Petrosyan Show” and “Crooked Mirror”. In 1999 he was awarded the honorary title “People's Artist of the Russian Federation”.

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