The concert in Estonian House is presented as part of the Estonian-American culture in New York.
Performance will feature music by Arno Babadjanyan, Estonian songs, and Russian songs, as well as American hits.
Only one concert in New York! Seats are limited! Hurry!
A native of Tartu, Estonia, Sergei Maasin received his
education from Tallinn Academy of Music and Theatre, studying the art of Opera
Singing with a friend of legendary Georg
Ots, Victor Guriev, Claudia Tiidus, Endel Manemujne.
Starting from 1978 he regularily appeared on many Television
programs in Russia and Estonia, popularizing hits in Russian and Estonian
Upon winning several international voice competitions,
Maasin performed on the biggest Estonian stages: "Viru-Keskus",
"Olimpus Theatre" and "Inturist Auditorium".
Sergej Maasin collaborated with some notable Soviet
composers and premiered many of their works:Evgeniy Martynov, Victor Reznikov,
Aleksey Mazhukov, Yuri Saulsky, Alex Zhurbin, and Yuri Antonov among others.
Following the collapse of Soviet Union of 1991, Maasin
premiered many of the Estonian popular songs, and pioneered many of the
american popular songs into the repertoire of Estonian national theatres.
In 2001 he was a soloist at the Tallinn City Square concert,
devoted to the victims of September 11th tragedy in the United States.
An active singer performer, Maasin performs tours around
Estonia, as well as in Russia, Turkey, Croatia, Germany, Finland, and Bulgaria.
The only Estonian vocalist, Maasin translated from Russian
into Estonian and performed in 2 languages popular hits by Nikolay Baskov,
Valeriy Leontiev, Philipp Kirkorov, Stas Mihailov and many others.
A vast discography of Sergei Maasin includes 11 discs in
Russian, English and Estonian languages, featuring opera, Lyrical style,
romances, and popular songs.
A producer himself, Sergej promotes young talents in voice
A recepient of many medals and honors in Russia and Estonia,
Maasin organizes musical events of international and national levels in Estonia
and various countries around the Baltics.