Damir Siraciev

Damir Siraciev


Damir Siraciev (Tatar Cyrillic: Дамир Сираҗиев, pronounced [dʌˈmir siræˈʑiəf]; Russian: Дамир Сиразиев Damir Siraziev, October 17, 1954[1][2]) was a Tatar theatre director and actor. He was born Siraziev Raid Ravilovich (Russian: Сиразиев Раид Равилович) in Chelyabinsk, USSR and later moved to Kazan.[3] He died in 2001 or 2002,[4] interred at the Tatar Cemetery in Kazan.

Siraciev was the director in both Tinçurin Theater and Kamal Theater[3] in Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia, who tried to bring a fresh look on theater as an art .[5] He was first who established cultural relations with Tatars living in Turkey.In 1991 on his initiative (together with his close friend composer Masguda Shamsutdinova) the TÜMATA folk and mystic music band were invited to Kazan. Their three concerts in Tinçurin Theater were a great success. Another important contribution of Damir Siraciev was his role in organizing the visit of the world-known ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev to Kazan and his appearance, already heavily affected by AIDS, in front of the audience at Musa Cälil Tatar Academic Opera and Ballet Theater in Kazan in March 1992 as a conductor .[6][7]

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Damir Siraciev Prize

In 1999 the Cíın (Tatar: Җыен) Foundation for the Preservation and Development of the Tatar Language and Culture, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Tatarstan, and Kamal Theater established the annual Damir Siraciev Prize for activements in theatrical arts.[14][15][16] Among the recipients are Marsel Sälimcanov, Tufan Miñnullin, Aleksandr Slavutskiy, Robert Mortazin, Renat Ğäliev, [17]), İslamiä Mäxmüteva, Rifqät Yaqupov, Firdäwes Xäyrullina,[14] İskädär Äxmätwäliev.

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References

  1. ^ a b (Russian) [1] retrieved on Oct., 25, 2007 from "Who is Who" directory on Official site of the Republic of Tatarstan.
  2. ^ (Russian) [2] retrieved on Oct., 25, 2007, The mistyping of "Раид" as "Ранд" seems to be a common mistake for OCR programs.
  3. ^ a b (Tatar) [3] as retrieved on 21 Oct 2007 from Official site of the Republic of Tatarstan.
  4. ^ Needs to be verified. His grave was visited during Second World Congress of Tatars (WCT) in August 2002.
  5. ^ Article about Damir Siraciev by Natalya Titova, Vostochny Ekspress no. 42/37, September 17, 2004
  6. ^ Yaroslav Sedov. Russian Life. Montpelier: Jan/Feb 2006. Vol. 49, Iss. 1; p. 49
  7. ^ Rudolf Nureyev Foundation official website
  8. ^ as retrieved on 13 Oct 2007
  9. ^ (Tatar) Mäskäw ölkäsendäge millättäşlärebezne qotlarğa Qazan wäkilläre dä kitte. [4] RFE/RL Tatar-Bashkir Service Site December 3, 2004.
  10. ^ (Russian) Respublika Tatarstan, no.176 (26032) September 04, 2007 [5] as retrieved on 21 Oct 2007.
  11. ^ (Russian) Ğasırlar awazı, 1-2007 [6] as retrieved on 25 Oct 2007.
  12. ^ According to witnesses the play was intended to be revolutionary. It was filmed in Kamal Theater, Kazan, but never mastered. Later, the record disappeared, the only working copy is thought to be given by Siraciev as a keepsake to his friends from Turkey.
  13. ^ yandex.com
  14. ^ a b Five Best Theatre Workers are Chosen, Evening Kazan, December 23, 2003
  15. ^ Respublika Tatarstan, no.258, December 26, 2003 (from Google's cache of [7] as retrieved on Sep 14, 2007 00:04:11 GMT)
  16. ^ (Tatar) Qazanda Damir Siraciev ismendәge çirattağı teatral premiyәlәr tapşırıldı. [8]
  17. ^ Nkamsk.Name - справочный и новостной портал города Нижнекамска, Татарстан

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