Tamara Dadasheva is rightfully considered the founder of the Chechen stage. On the way to the heights of singing skills, she went through many trials. The tragedy in the family made her think about ending her career. However, Tamara found the strength to return to the stage and continued to delight fans with her compositions. Tamara Dadasheva's work is also known outside Russia.
Tamara Dadasheva: facts from the biography
The future Chechen singer was born on November 10, 1955. The birthplace of Tamara Dadasheva is Osh region (Kyrgyzstan), where the family was deported. Tamara's father worked as a dentist in a regional hospital.
School years flew by. First, Tamara got a job as a secretary in the regional executive committee. The girl actively participated in amateur performances. Once the representatives of the radio of the republic came to the region. They asked the girl to sing. Tamara sang a song, the melody of which she invented herself, and took the words from her favorite book. The music staff recorded the song and played it on the radio. The young singer immediately gained popularity.
Dadasheva began to receive invitations to appear on television. The aspiring singer took part in all major festive events held in Checheno-Ingushetia. However, in those years, Tamara did not think about the career of a professional singer. She was attracted to pharmaceuticals. The girl even entered a medical school. But the desire for creativity eventually forced Dadasheva to leave medicine. Tamara became a talented singer.
Tamara Dadasheva's career
To match her chosen profession, Tamara Viskhadzhievna graduated from a cultural and educational school, a music school and a pedagogical institute.
In 1976, the singer became a soloist of the Republican State Philharmonic Society. Several years have passed. Now Tamara began to lead the vocal group "Zhaina". Through her efforts, a unique concert program was created, which made the ensemble the most popular in Checheno-Ingushetia. Tamara Dadasheva soon became the winner of several creative competitions of a republican and all-Union scale.
But life was overshadowed by a tragedy: Tamara's husband died. After that, the singer avoided the stage for a long time and even decided to end her singing career. However, friends and family persuaded Tamara to change her mind. She continued to perform.
In 2004, Dadasheva performed in a concert program that was timed to coincide with Victory Day. The event was held at the Dynamo stadium in Grozny. As soon as the singer finished her performance, there was an explosion that killed the head of the republic, Akhmat Kadyrov. Dadasheva was also injured. For some time she was undergoing treatment in Nalchik.
The talent of the Chechen singer is highly appreciated. In 1982, Dadasheva became the Honored Artist of her native republic, and in 1990 - the People's Artist. In 2005, Tamara Viskhadzhievna was awarded the medal of Peter the Great.
The singer gives bright and memorable concerts throughout Russia and outside the country. Tamara Dadasheva's performances take place in Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, where the performer is well known and loved.