At the same time she recorded an album of traditional Russian romances “Pobud’ so mnoi” (“Stay with me”) which was released by “Olympia Disk” UK company.At the beginning of her career Valeriya took part in various contests for young singers.The winner of 2 MTV Russia Music Awards ("Best Performer 2004", "Best Song 2005"). A student of Iosif Kobzon, People's Artist of the USSR, and Gelena Velikanova, People's Artist of Russia.Valeriya was born on April 17, 1968 in a small town Atkarsk (Saratovsky region) in middle Russia in a family of classical musicians.
In 2004 Valeriya got the Best Female Artiste awards from the two main national music channels – Muz TV and MTV Russia.Integer eu ante euismod, pellentesque nibh vitae, ornare urna. Duis aliquet, nisl ac finibus efficitur, erat lorem tristique urna, a eleifend nulla felis id mi. Nunc quis sem sollicitudin, commodo ipsum non, eleifend risus. People's Artist of Russia (2013), People's Artist of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (2016), Member of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation for Culture and Art from 2012. The winner of 4 "Muz-TV" awards ("Best Performer 2004", "Best Performer 2010", "Best Video 2014", "Best Performer of the 2015").At the end of December, 1995 Valeriya released “Moya Moskva” (“My Moscow”) single and in 1996 she presented to the public her album “Anna” that had been staying on top of various charts for quite a long time and made the singer widely popular. Later the singer released several successful albums ("Glaza Tsveta Neba" 2001) but in 2001 she suddenly left the stage because of difficulties with her manager and family circumstances.From artistic point of view, 'Anna' was Valeriya's masterpiece which she was never able to reach in the future. In April, 2003 the contract between Valeriya and her manager was legally terminated.