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The year is 1986. After serving as a machinist for eight months aboard a merchant ship, young sailor Pasha returns to Odessa. It was his love for a girl named Lilly that made this handsome young man embark on such distant travels. Having asked for her hand in marriage, he worked long and hard only to make enough money to buy his own apartment. This was a condition he had to fulfill, imposed by Lilly's father - a man of wealth and standing in the city - otherwise, there would be no wedding.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: Russian

Status: Ended

Runtime: 48 minutes

Premier: 2016-10-10

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Alisa Sadikova (Russian: Алиса Садикова) (born 30 March 2003) is a prodigy classical harpist from Russia.

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Sadikova was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Harpist and family friend Olga Shevelevich first spotted the young girl's talent when she showed Sadikova a musical piece that the five-year-old started playing right away on the harp. Shevelevich subsequently became her music teacher. Currently, Sadikova also studies at the Special Music School of Saint Petersburg Conservatory, with Karina Maleeva, under maestro Vladimir Spivakov's sponsorship. Sadikova has two older sisters who are also classical musicians: Svetlana Sadikova who studies violin, and Anna fortepiano. They have a younger brother, Pavel. In 2010, Alisa Sadikova won the First Prize at the International Youth Competition in New York, and played in the concert of the winners of the competition in Carnegie Hall. In 2011, she won the First Prize at the international competition for musical talent at Hahnstätten, Germany. In 2012, she was named laureate of maestro Yuri Temirkanov's international foundation for cultural initiatives. Alisa Sadikova has performed with orchestras, among them the Moscow Virtuosi under Maestro Vladimir Spivakov, with the Symphony orchestra Klangforum Schweiz in Zürich and in Bern, conductor: Sergey Fedoseev; with Symphony orchestra Vienna (Conductor: Leo Wittner); with the Philharmonic Orchestra Gioachino Rossini in Italy (conductor Federico Mondelci), with the International Symphony Orchestra Taurida (conductor Günter Neuhold, Austria), youth chamber orchestra der Jungen Philharmonie Köln in Cologne (artistic director and conductor Volker Hartung); numerous performances with the International youth Symphony orchestra Capella Taurida in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Baden-Baden (artistic director and conductor M. Golikov); with the Kostroma Symphony orchestra under the conduction of Pavel Gershtein; with the Youth Symphony orchestra of Russia under the leadership of Valitov; the Symphony orchestra of the special music school of the St. Petersburg state Conservatory N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (artistic director and conductor of the honored artist of Russia—Arkady Steinlucht). In 2014, Sadikova represented Russia in the World Harp Congress in Sydney, Australia. In February 2016, she has a solo concert at the Elena Obraztsova Cultural Center, St. Petersburg. In March, there were two solo concerts in Italy and she also played in Italy with the Philharmonic Orchestra Gioachino Rossini (conductor Federico Mondelci, Italy). In April she performed in Saint Petersburg with the International Symphony Orchestra Taurida (conductor Günter Neuhold, Austria). August–September 2016—participation in the project dedicated to Michael Jackson. October 2016—speech at the opening of the harp festival in Marseille, France. December 2016—performance at the Vienna State Opera. February 2017—performance at the Norwegian Academy of music in Oslo. In May 2017 Sadikova participated the 25th film festival Vivat Cinema of Russia and walked the red carpet together with the director Irina Taimanova. In June 2017 Sadikova had a performance in the 13th World Harp Congress in Hong Kong. Sadikova has performed as a solo artist at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall, New York City, in a Large and Small halls of the Tonhalle in Zürich, the Large and Small halls of Saint-Petersburg academic Philharmonic, at Moscow International House of Music, in the concert hall of Kurhaus in Baden-Baden, in the Grand hall of Saint Petersburg Conservatory of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, as well as numerous performances in Germany (Düsseldorf, Cologne and Limburg), performances of Prague, in The Hague, at Moscow festival Harp art of Russia, and Russian Academy of Music, on the stage of the St. Petersburg state Conservatory (Academy) of N. Rimsky-Korsakov, in the Palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich (House of Scientists), participated in a solemn award ceremony of Ludvig Nobel.

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