Singer, actress, musician, and winner of the song contest “Gold Camerton”, are just a few things that Ella Zaslavsky can be called. She began her music education with the graduation from the Tumen College of Arts, and finished with Gnesin’s Academy of Arts in Moscow where she was instructed by IosifKobzon and GelenaVelikanova. Her achievements as an artist include work as the lead singer in the group “Nadezhda” , and the lead singer in the jazz orchestra “Sovremennik” under the leadership of Anatoliy Kroll. Her achievements also include various tours across Russia, charity concerts, some parts in Russian films, various studio work, and the recording and release of her solo album “City of Dreams.” The famous American channel PBS did a documentary about Ella for their show called “City Life.” She also helped bring to life the various characters seen in the shows on the stage of the famous nightclub “Rasputin.” She currently holds a position in the nightclub/restaurant “Baku Palace” as a singer and master of ceremony. Over the years her achievements have been published by the press in newspapers such as NovoyeRuskoyeSlovo, The New York Post, and The Daily News. She was also featured on TV on channels such as CNN, PBS, ABC, RTVi, and RTN.
About Robert Toniev
Robert Toniev is known as a great singer, pianist, composer and poet. Born in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, he lived there most his early years and finished with a Masters degree in Music in 1985. He then moved to America where he formed the band “Color” in 1987. For almost the next decade after that, Robert worked in Moscow under the instructions of Caucasian legend, Boris Davidan “Boka”. Since his career has started, Robert has 3 well-recognized albums and continues to spend his career trying to teach people how much happiness can be found in music.