Today the anniversary is celebrated by Vladimir Spivakov – the famous to the conductor marks 75 years. Most cordial wishes to the People's Artist of the USSR will certainly be sent from all over the world, but, of course, the closest people were the first to congratulate the hero of the day.
The wife of the conductor Sati Spivakova shared a photo of Vladimir Teodorovich on her Instagram in the morning.
Do not pay attention, maestro … Do not remove your palms from your forehead,
– she signed the post, quoting the lines from the work of Bulat Okudzhava "Song of Mozart."
In the comments, many celebrities joined the congratulations, including Hibla Gerzmava, Yana Rudkovskaya, Valentin Yudashkin, Mark Tishman, Lyubov Tolkalina and others.
Thanks to Spivakov for his work and fans.
With the anniversary of an outstanding person, a virtuoso maestro, a legendary person! Health and longevity!
Dear Vladimir Teodorovich, happy anniversary to you! Thank you for all the good that you bring to this world! Love you and value you!
Health and professional longevity! Please us! Be happy and loved with your wonderful family,
– wrote network users.
Sati and Vladimir Spivakov
Spivakov and his wife Sati have four children – Ekaterina, Tatyana, Anna and the adopted daughter of Alexander (the conductor took custody of his niece – the daughter of the deceased sister Elizabeth). Sati also noted all the daughters in the congratulatory photo – there is no doubt that they joined in the congratulations.
Spivakovâ€™s daughters also devoted themselves to creativity, but if Ekaterina and Tatyana preferred cinema, then the youngest daughter Anya continued her fatherâ€™s work. The girl is engaged in music and performs a lot under the stage name Anna Kova with her group, including at major European festivals. So, in 2017, she was among the participants of the major Lollapalooza festival in Paris, and for 2020 the girl plans to release a new album.
Spivakova daughter Anna at a performance in Paris
Spivakov also has a son from his second marriage with pianist Victoria Postnikova, Alexander (he was later adopted by conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky, whom Spivakov's ex-wife married after divorcing him).
Spivakov, who is the artistic director of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and the Moscow Virtuosi chamber orchestra, as well as the president of the Moscow International House of Music, finds time for charity, which he considers an important part of his life. In 1994, he was one of the first in the country to establish his own foundation, which promotes talented young musicians, dancers, and artists.
And although the main profile of the fund is scholarships and the purchase of tools, Spivakov also allocates funds for the treatment of children who need medical help. For example, a boy who underwent open heart surgery with the support of the foundation, after meeting with Spivakov, wanted to learn to play the violin and eventually entered the Moscow Conservatory.