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Marina Devyatova was born December 13, 1983 in Moscow into an artistic family. Her father - a singer of Russian folk songs, People's Artist of Russia Vladimir Sergeyevich ninth mother - choreographer. Devyatova parents divorced when she was 5 years old, and it is mainly engaged in the education of the mother. Music Devyatova began to teach her father. He instilled in her a love not only to Russian folk music, but also to such collectives like The Beatles and Deep Purple. At the age of three years, Marina has a good singing and feel the rhythm.
In 1990, his parents sent Devyatova in music school. Shostakovich, where she studied choral conducting. In 1999 Devyatova entered the College of Music Alfred Schnittke to the department of folk song, and in 2001 became the winner of the All-Russian contest of folk songs to them. Ippolitov-Ivanov, which was held in Voronezh.
While studying at the 4 th year school Devyatova met with the founder and artistic director of the "Indrikis-Beast" Artyom Vorobyov, who encouraged her to try herself as a singer in the ensemble. "Indrikis-beast" performed ancient Russian and Slavic songs in modern processing . Members of the ensemble collected folklore of the western region and made arrangements with the fatal wind ethnic instruments. Together with this, in the period from 2003 to 2008, Devyatova studied at the Russian Academy of Music. Gnesin at the Faculty of folk song for the first time took part in the international competition "Slavic Bazaar».
During his career Devyatova often faced with the statement: "your music - not the format." Because of the desire to prove the opposite in 2006, she went to the casting of "People's Artist-3." As a result, Devyatova became a finalist of the project. The turning point was for her duet with Alexey Gomanom - the song "This could be love." According to critics, this room has manifested itself most successful synthesis of folk music and pop.
On stage Devyatova working with show-ballet "Yar-Dance", often acts with children's groups. According to the newspaper "Evening Moscow", Devyatova "constantly invited to various countries of the world as the" ambassador "of the Russian culture." She repeatedly participated in the German-Russian Festival in Berlin, gave concerts in countries such as Italy, Estonia, Bulgaria, the US and China. October 28, 2008 with the support of the Ministry of Culture hosted the first solo concert Devyatova, which was dedicated to Russian traditions and folklore. March 17, 2009 Russian song Devyatova presented to Queen Elizabeth II and the entire royal family. It happened on a secular reception in London, hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in cooperation with the Russian Orthodox Church. Devyatova also had a chance to speak in front of Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Medvedev, Nursultan Nazarbayev and Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
November 13, 2009 at the Moscow State Variety Theater Devyatova made with the premiere of its new program "Go, and come away." On the same day the presentation of her debut album "Do not think, do not guess." In November 2011, a new album Devyatova called "I'm happy." According to the singer, she chose the name because an activity that is close to her, "and as the soul, and for the energy sector, which, I hope my work brings." In 2013 he released his third solo album Devyatova - "In the moonlight».
Marina Devyatova claims that "Russian and Russian folk song - is what unites us all. We may be of different ages, different backgrounds, but this is our formation on which stands the whole Russian nation. While alive Russian people and Russia will live and Russian song ». P>