Артур Гаспарян — биография, новости, видео
1. 1962 год – January 1 Western Samoa became independent from New Zealand. The United States Navy SEALs, elite special forces, are activated, SEAL Team One is commissioned in the Pacific Fleet and SEAL Team Two in the Atlantic Fleet. The Beatles audition for Decca Records but are rejected, NBC introduces the Laramie peacock before a midnight showing of the series Laramie in the United States. January 2 – NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins praises U. S. President John F. Kennedys personal role in advancing civil rights, january 3 – Pope John XXIII excommunicates Fidel Castro. January 4 – New York City introduces a train that operates without a crew on board. January 5 – The first album on which The Beatles play, My Bonnie, credited to Tony Sheridan, january 8 – Harmelen train disaster,93 die in the worst Dutch rail disaster. January 9 – Cuba and the Soviet Union sign a trade pact, january 10 – An avalanche on Nevado Huascarán in Peru causes 4,000 deaths. January 12 – The Indonesian Army confirms that it has operations in West Irian. January 13 – Albania allies itself with the Peoples Republic of China, january 15 – Portugal abandons the U. N. General Assembly due to the debate over Angola. January 16 – A military coup occurs in the Dominican Republic, january 19 – A counter-coup occurs in the Dominican Republic, the old government returns except for the new president Rafael Filiberto Bonnelly. January 22 – The Organization of American States suspends Cubas membership, the suspension is lifted in 2009. January 24 The East German government readopts conscription, the Organisation armée secrète bombs the French Foreign Ministry. January 26 – Ranger 3 is launched to study the Moon, january 27 – The Soviet government changed all place names honoring Molotov, Kaganovich and Georgy Malenkov. January 30 – Two of the high-wire Flying Wallendas are killed, january – Stena Line established as a ferry operator by Sten A. Olsson in Gothenburg, Sweden. February 3 – The United States embargo against Cuba is announced, february 4 – The Sunday Times in the United Kingdom became the first paper to print a colour supplement. February 4–February 5 – During a new moon and solar eclipse, february 5 – French President Charles de Gaulle calls for Algeria to be granted independence. February 6 – Negotiations between U. S. Steel and the United States Department of Commerce begin, february 7 The United States embargo against Cuba comes into effect, prohibiting all U. S. -related Cuban imports and exports. Luisenthal Mine Disaster, A coal mine explosion in Saarland, West Germany kills 299, february 9 – The Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation opens
2. Ереван – Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia as well as one of the worlds oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural and it has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia, and the seventh located in or around the Ararat plain. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, Erebuni was designed as a great administrative and religious centre, a fully royal capital. During the centuries long Iranian rule over Eastern Armenia that lasted from the early 16th century up to 1828, in 1828, it became part of Imperial Russia alongside the rest of Eastern Armenia which conquered it from Iran through the Russo-Persian War between 1826 and 1828. After World War I, Yerevan became the capital of the First Republic of Armenia as thousands of survivors of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire settled in the area, the city expanded rapidly during the 20th century as Armenia became part of the Soviet Union. As of 2011, the population of Yerevan was 1,060,138, according to the official estimate of 2016, the current population of the city is 1,073,700. Yerevan was named the 2012 World Book Capital by UNESCO, Yerevan is an associate member of Eurocities. One theory regarding the origin of Yerevans name is the city was named after the Armenian king, Yervand IV, the last leader of the Orontid Dynasty, and founder of the city of Yervandashat. However, it is likely that the name is derived from the Urartian military fortress of Erebuni. As elements of the Urartian language blended with that of the Armenian one, while looking in the direction of Yerevan, after the ark had landed on Mount Ararat and the flood waters had receded, Noah is believed to have exclaimed, Yerevats. In the late medieval and early periods, when Yerevan was under Turkic and later Persian rule. This name is widely used by Azerbaijanis. The city was known as Erivan under Russian rule during the 19th. The city was renamed back to Yerevan in 1936, up until the mid-1970s the citys name was spelled Erevan, more often than Yerevan, in English sources. The principal symbol of Yerevan is Mount Ararat, which is visible from any area in the capital, the seal of the city is a crowned lion on a pedestal with the inscription Yerevan. The lions head is turned backwards while it holds a scepter using the front leg. The symbol of eternity is on the breast of the lion with a picture of Ararat in the upper part, the emblem is a rectangular shield with a blue border. On 27 September 2004, Yerevan adopted an anthem, Erebuni-Yerevan, written by Paruyr Sevak and it was selected in a competition for a new anthem and new flag that would best represent the city
3. Армянская Советская Социалистическая Республика – It was established in December 1920, when the Soviets took over control of the short-lived First Republic of Armenia and lasted until 1991. On August 23,1990, it was renamed the Republic of Armenia after its sovereignty was declared and its independence was recognized on 26 December 1991 when the Soviet Union ceased to exist. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the state of the post-Union Republic of Armenia existed until the adoption of the new constitution in 1995, the modern Armenian Hayastan derives from earlier Armenian Hayk’ and Persian -stān. Hayk’ derives from Old Armenian Haykʿ, traditionally derived from a legendary patriarch named Hayk, aram above was considered to be one of his descendants. Officially, the name of the republic was the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic as defined by the 1937 and 1978 constitutions. From 1828 with the Treaty of Turkmenchay to the October Revolution in 1917, Eastern Armenia was part of the Russian Empire, after the October Revolution, Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenins government announced that minorities in the empire could pursue a course of self-determination. Following the collapse of the empire, in May 1918 Armenia, a number of Armenians joined the advancing 11th Soviet Red Army. The medieval Armenian capital of Ani, as well as the icon of the Armenian people Mount Ararat, were located in the ceded area. Additionally, Joseph Stalin, then acting Commissar for Nationalities, granted the areas of Nakhchivan, the republic began under the name the Socialist Soviet Republic of Armenia in 1920. From March 12,1922 to December 5,1936, Armenia was a part of the Transcaucasian SFSR together with the Georgian SSR, the Red Army, which was campaigning in Georgia at the time, returned to suppress the revolt and drove its leaders out of Armenia. With the introduction of the New Economic Policy, Armenians began to enjoy a period of relative stability, life under the Soviet rule proved to be a soothing balm in contrast to the turbulent final years of the Ottoman Empire. The Armenians received medicine, food, as well as other provisions from the central government, the situation was difficult for the Armenian Apostolic Church, however, which became a regular target of criticism in educational books and in the media and struggled greatly under Communism. After the death of Vladimir Lenin in January 1924, there was a power struggle in the Soviet Union. Armenian society and its economy were changed by Stalin and his fellow Moscow policymakers, in 1936, the TSFSR was dissolved under Stalins orders and the socialist republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia were established instead. For the Armenian people, conditions grew worse under Stalins rule, in a period of twenty-five years, Armenia was industrialized and educated under strictly prescribed conditions, and nationalism was harshly suppressed. Stalin took several measures in persecuting the Armenian Church, already weakened by the Armenian Genocide, in the 1920s, the private property of the church was confiscated and priests were harassed. Soviet assaults against the Armenian Church accelerated under Stalin, beginning in 1929, in 1932, Khoren Muradpekyan became known as Khoren I and assumed the title of His Holiness the Catholicos. However, in the late 1930s, the Soviets renewed their attacks against the Church and this culminated in the murder of Khoren in 1938 as part of the Great Purge, and the closing of the Catholicosate of Echmiatsin on August 4,1938
4. Музыкальная критика – In this sense, it is a branch of musical aesthetics. The musicologist Winton Dean has suggested that music is probably the most difficult of the arts to criticize, like dramatic art, music is recreated at every performance, and criticism may therefore be directed both at the text and the performance. The absence of a clearly evolved or consensual musical aesthetics has also tended to make music criticism a highly subjective issue, there is no counter-check outside the critics own personality. Critical references to music can be found in literature, including, for example, in Platos Laws. According to Richard Taruskin, the concert life of late 18th-century London meant that the role. In France in the 1750s, the Querelle des Bouffons generated essays from Jean-Jacques Rousseau and others, the English composer Charles Avison published the first work on musical criticism in the English language - an Essay on Musical Expression published in 1752. In it, Avison claims that since the time of Palestrina and Raphael, typically until the late eighteenth century music criticism centred on vocal rather than instrumental music - vocal music. Was the apex of aesthetic hierarchy, one knew what music was expressing. The last years of the century reflected both a change of patronage of music from the aristocracy to the rising middle-classes and the rise of Romanticism in the arts. At the same time the proportion of new music to music in concert programming began to decline. This was particularly the case in respect of the rise of Beethovens reputation in his last year and this gave rise both to writings on the value of the canon and also to writings by composers and their supporters defending newer music. M. Schlesinger and edited by A. B, marx, and the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik founded in 1834 in Leipzig by Robert Schumann and Friedrich Wieck, and later edited by Franz Brendel. In 1835 James William Davison began his career as a music critic. Music journalism for reporting on classical and popular music in the media Category, Music critics Avison, bujic, Bojan Criticism of Music in The Oxford Companion to Music, Oxford Music Online, accessed 1 January 2013. Hoffmann as a Writer on Music, in Hoffmann, 1-22, jewry in Music, Entry to the Profession from the Enlightenment to Richard Wagner. FromMendelssohnto Wagner, Memoirs of J. W. Davison, Criticism, in New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians vol. London, Macmillan ISBN 0-333-23111-2 Hoffmann, E. T. A. ed. David Charlton. E, ISBN0521235200 Taruskin, Richard. Music in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Oxford, Oxford University Press ISBN 978-0-19-538482-6 Weber, from Miscellany to Homogeneity in Concert Programming, in Poetics 29, 127-34
5. Московский комсомолец – Moskovskij Komsomolets is a Moscow-based daily newspaper with a circulation approaching one million, covering general news. Founded in 1919, it is now regarded as publishing sensational or provocative items on Russian politics, the newspaper was first published by the Moscow Committee of the Komsomol on 11 December 1919 as Yuny Kommunar. Over the next years it changed its name several time, starting a few months after the first issue when it became the Yunosheskaya Pravda, in 1924, after Lenin’s death, it was renamed to Molodoy Leninets. It took its name in September 1929. Between 1931 and 1939 the paper ceased publication and it was revived in 1940 but not for long, the war interrupted publishing again in August 1941. Publishing resumed only on 2 October 1945, until 1990 it served as the organ of the Moscow Committee and the Moscow City Committee of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League. In 1991 it was taken over by its editorial staff, since 1983 Pavel Gusev serves as MK’s editor-in-chief. The paper specialises in social and political material, economic surveys, city news, urban chronicles. MK is also known as the host of Russias oldest hit parade - the Zvukovaya Dorozhka and it was founded in autumn 1975 by Artur Gasparyan and has been published monthly in the paper since 1977. Also called the ZD Awards, it features both Russian and international acts, since 2003 it is presented in a ceremony in concert halls. It’s considered one of the major Russian music awards, according to a poll conducted in May 2004 by the Levada Center, 9% of the Russians and 33% of the Moscovites who responded, read the paper more or less regularly. For the year 2000 the poll reports 11% and 40%, respectively and it has a printed circulation of between 700,000 and 930,000 copies. Moskovskaya Komsomolka Moskovskaya Pravda Official website
6. Россия-1 – Russia-1 is a state-owned Russian television channel founded in 1991. It belongs to the All-Russia State Television and Radio Company, Russia Channel was previously known as RTR. Russia-1 has the second largest audience in Russian television, in a typical week, it is viewed by 75% of urban Russians, compared to 83% for the leading channel, Channel One. The two channels are similar in their politics, and they compete directly in entertainment, Russia-1 has many regional variations and broadcasts in many languages. From the very start, it only hosted programs produced by the Ministry of Education of the Soviet Union, as well as childrens programming, in monochrome. The move to a new channel frequency resulted in it being renamed Program 2, Program 2 officially renamed itself All-Union Program 2 in 1972 and converted to color in 1975, and two years later became a nationwide station, being broadcast all over the Soviet Union. In addition, it broadcast also documentaries, music videos and programming, starting New Years Day 1984, All Union Program 2 was renamed All-Union Channel 2, and it pioneered the first ever rhythmic gymnastics broadcast the following year. By 1987, it was also the first channel to sign language interpretation in the USSR and later supplemented by subtitles for the hard of hearing. Around February 1988, a new ident replaced it, circles were fixed, disappeared inscription TV USSR, since 1989, the RSFSR hatched the idea of the organization of the Russian national TV channel. By this time in all the Union republics, with the exception of Russia, had its own republican TV channels, at that time, the country experienced a confrontation between the union and republican authorities. On July 14,1990 decree № 107-1 of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR officially established the All-Russia State Television, chairman of the Council of Ministers of the RSFSR Ivan Silaev helped acquire the building and the equipment for the future station. Thus, Russia-1 is the successor to the Soviet Second Channel launched in 1963, as of 2008, it is headed by Oleg Dobrodeev, who was a founder of the original NTV. At the same time, the leadership of the company had promised at least a 6-hour broadcast day. At the same time, there were problems with the recruitment of new employees, program presenters, many presenters left the Union STRC free from TV censorship. As a result, the management started to brainstorm and conceptualize its programming from scratch, including news. Thus, Vesti, the program of RTV, was born, with airing time being at 18,00 and 20,00. Most of the staff of Vesti on Russian Television were former presenters and staff of Central Television program Television News Service, four studios - News for newscast, Republic for current affairs, art - Lad and Artel for entertainment and lifestyle were created. It was given a new logo and a new brand name
7. Интер (телеканал) – Inter is among the most-watched television channels in Ukraine. It covers 99.7 percent of Ukraines territory, Inter is among the top-rated networks in Ukraine. Inter features a programming mix appealing to both young and old, including movies, music, drama, documentaries, news, kids programs. The channel was founded by the Ukrainian Independent TV-Corporation in 1996, besides its international version of the channel as the business project, Inter now consists of several similar projects. Those are 07 Production - a studio of the films, NIS - an information studio featuring Podrobytsi. There are also five other independent channels such as NTN, K1, K2, Megasport, Enter-Film. On September 15,2016, Kateryna Shkuratova was appointed Chairperson of the Board of Inter TV channel, Inter Plus is the international network of Inter Channel that broadcasts the best of Inter programming to Ukrainians abroad in North America & Europe. As of March 30,2011, Inter Plus is no longer available on Dish Network, Inter+ is also available in Canada via IMB+ Records, an IPTV provider. Ahenty Vplyvu Kartata Potata Kliuchovy Moment - a talk show led by Nataliya Sumska. The show is oriented to people to find each other, or to restore long-forgotten relationships. Kvadratny metr Lehendy Bandytskoi Odesy - a historical show that was discontinued in 2009, the show narrated criminal stories of the Odessa city at the times known in history as Russian Civil War and afterwards. Liniya Konfliktu - a talk show of Masha Yefrosinina and it is a thrilling socially-psychological project. The show brings up the hottest topics of the everydays life, the participants of the discussions are bright, inordinary, and confident in the correctness of their views characters. The main task of Masha in the project is to tilt the guests to the sharp debate, at the Line of Conflict will be laid the line of fire. Na Svoyu Holovu - a real-life, adventure-oriented game-show led by Ihor Pelykh, nayrozumnishy - an intellectual game-show with a lightning-fast diction anchor-lady, Tina Kandelaki. Novatsii i Shtukentsii Park Avtomobilnoho Periodu Podrobytsi Podrobytsi Tyzhnia Pozaochi - a talk show with celebrities, the authors of the show are Hanna Bezliudna and Irina Ionova. The show is led by Yulia Lytvynenko, the goal of the show is to let the audience to get to know their favorite characters a little bit closer. The Ukrainian independent TV-corporations shareholders were Dilovyi Svit 51%, Russian Channel One 29%, about 82. 5% of Pegas Television was the personal property of Ihor Pluzhnikov
8. Овация (премия) – Ovation is a Russian national music award in the field of entertainment and popular music. Along with MTV Russia Music Awards, it is one of the mainstream music awards in Russia, with other awards in the Russian entertainment industry, such as Nika Award. The first Ovation ceremony was held in 1992, initiated by businessman Grigory Kuznetsov, the awards can be compared to American Grammy Awards and British Brit Awards. The award has been every year with the exception of 1993 and 2003 to 2007. Between 2009 and 2012 as well, the award was not held, the award ceremony, its trophy depicting a pair of applauding hands, is held annually in the Russia concert hall or in the State Kremlin Palace. Originally the audience was supposed to determine the winners, any person could buy a card, fill it in. However, this method was used to identify the winners only at the first ceremony in 1992, in all subsequent Ovation events winners were determined by a special jury, the Higher Academic Commission, consisting of show business figures, journalists, and various artists. Ovation trophies are awarded in several categories, including Soloist of the Year, Composer of the Year, Best R & B Album, Best Vocal Debut of the Year. Additionally, there are special prizes, such as Living Legend or the award for a major contribution to the development of the national culture. 1994 - Alla Pugacheva 1995 - Joseph Kobzon 1996 - Edita Piekha 1998 - Makhmud Esambayev 1999 - Valery Leontiev 2000 - Yuri Antonov 2001 - Igor Moiseyev 2002 - Aleksandra Pakhmutova Official website
9. Ельцин, Борис Николаевич – Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin was a Soviet and Russian politician and the first President of the Russian Federation, serving from 1991 to 1999. Originally a supporter of Mikhail Gorbachev, Yeltsin emerged under the reforms as one of Gorbachevs most powerful political opponents. During the late 1980s, Yeltsin had been a member of the Politburo, no one had resigned from the Politburo before. This act branded Yeltsin as a rebel and led to his rise in popularity as an anti-establishment figure, on 29 May 1990 he was elected the chairman of the Russian Supreme Soviet. However, Yeltsin never recovered his popularity after a series of economic. He vowed to transform Russias socialist economy into a capitalist market economy and implemented economic shock therapy, price liberalization, due to the sudden total economic shift, a majority of the national property and wealth fell into the hands of a small number of oligarchs. The well-off millionaire and billionaire oligarchs likened themselves to 19th century robber barons, in October 1993, troops loyal to Yeltsin stopped an armed uprising outside of the parliament building, leading to a number of deaths. Yeltsin then scrapped the existing Russian constitution, banned political opposition, on 31 December 1999, under enormous internal pressure, Yeltsin announced his resignation, leaving the presidency in the hands of his chosen successor, then-Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Yeltsin left office widely unpopular with the Russian population, Yeltsin kept a low profile after his resignation, though he did occasionally publicly criticise his successor. Yeltsin died of heart failure on 23 April 2007. Boris Yeltsin was born in the village of Butka, Talitsky District, Sverdlovsk, USSR, growing up in rural Sverdlovsk, he studied at the Ural State Technical University, and began his career in the construction industry. In 1934 Nikolai Yeltsin was convicted of anti-Soviet agitation and sentenced to hard labour in a gulag for three years, Nikolai remained unemployed for a period of time and then worked again in construction. His mother, Klavdiya Vasilyevna Yeltsina, worked as a seamstress, Boris studied at Pushkin High School in Berezniki. In 1949 he was admitted to the Ural Polytechnic Institute in Sverdlovsk, majoring in construction, the subject of his degree paper was Construction of a Mine Shaft. From 1955 to 1957 he worked as a foreman with the building trust Uraltyazhtrubstroy, from 1957 to 1963 he worked in Sverdlovsk, and was promoted from construction site superintendent to chief of the Construction Directorate with the Yuzhgorstroy Trust. In 1963 he became chief engineer, and in 1965 head of the Sverdlovsk House-Building Combine, responsible for sewerage and he joined the ranks of the CPSU nomenklatura in 1968 when he was appointed head of construction with the Sverdlovsk Regional Party Committee. In 1975 he became secretary of the committee in charge of the regions industrial development. In 1976 the Politburo of the CPSU promoted him to the post of the first secretary of the CPSU Committee of Sverdlovsk Oblast, Yeltsin was a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 17 March 1961 to 13 July 1990, and a nomenklatura member from 1968
10. Макаревич, Андрей Вадимович – Andrey Vadimovich Makarevich PAR is a Soviet and Russian rock musician and the founder of Russias oldest still active rock band Mashina Vremeni. Makarevich was born in Moscow to mixed heritage parents of Belarusian, Polish aristocracy, Greek and he graduated from Moscow Institute of Architecture as a graphics artist. As a youth, Makarevich was a big fan of English rock band The Beatles, in 1969, he founded Mashina Vremeni, a rock band largely inspired by western rock and blues of the time. He is the singer and guitarist. While their music is written by all the members, Makarevich is the bands exclusive lyrics writer, Mashina Vremeni had a big influence into development of rock music in USSR. Makarevich also released eight albums, participated in regular TV shows and assisted other groups. He authored several collections and two volumes of memoirs. Makarevich is also interested in painting and he accompanied Mikhail Gorbachev on his solo album in 2009. Makarevich performed for Ukraines internally displaced people during the war in Donbass in the Ukrainian town Svyatogorsk in August 2014, deputy of the State Duma Yevgeny Alexeyevich Fyodorov vowed to strip Makarevich of all Russian state honors, describing his performance in Svyatogorsk as collaborating with the fascists. Later that month, NTV aired a documentary titled 13 Friends of the Junta in which Makarevich was described as a traitor, the Moscow Times reported that footage of his concert was merged with images of the fighting that he supposedly endorsed. The program never mentions that the concert was for the benefit of Ukraines internally displaced children, in July 2015, Makarevich together with Ukrainian band Haydamaky and Polish singer Maciej Maleńczuk presented a new song, Only love will keep you alive. The lyrics of the song are written in three languages – Russian, Ukrainian and Polish, in 2014 Makarevich received the Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt Human Rights Award endowed by Alexandra Hildebrandt. The award is annually in recognition of extraordinary, non-violent commitment to human rights. Д. Три окна – successor of Smak Подводный мир с Андреем Макаревичем Makarevich played an important acting role in Eldar Ryazanovs 2000 film Tikhiye omuty and he has also composed music for a number of films. 1991—1993 – Совместная выставка с А, 1991—1993 – Серия передвижных выставок по городам России. 1994 – Андрей Макаревич, Андрей Белле
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К:Википедия:Статьи без изображений (тип: не указан). Арту́р Ю́рьевич Гаспаря́н (род. 25 ноября 1962, Ереван, АССР, СССР) — российский журналист, музыкальный критик, публицист, телеведущий, обозреватель газеты «Московский комсомолец».
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Известному журналисту Артуру Гаспаряну в 2017 году исполнилось 55 лет. Родился в Армении, но семья переехала в 1963 году в Москву.
Журналист МК Артур Гаспарян, помимо публикаций о музыке также освещал и изучал тему гей-парадов в Москве.
Широко известный в России популярный музыкальный критик, журналист и телеведущий Артур Гаспарян отличается осведомлённостью в музыкальной сфере.
Артур Гаспарян — музыкальный журналист и критик, редактор музыкального отдела газеты "Московский комсомолец".