Taisia Mykolaivna Hiriavets
10 December 1964
|Awards||Merited Artist of Ukraine|
People's Artist of Ukraine
Order of Friendship
Taisia Mykolaivna Povaliy[a] (born 10 December 1964) is a Ukrainian singer and actress.
She started her career of singer in 1985. In 1993, she won the Grand Prix at the Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk, Belarus.
In 1995, she released her first album. The next year she was awarded the honorary title of Merited Artist of Ukraine. In 1997, she was awarded the title of People's Artist of Ukraine. In 1998, she was awarded the Order of Saint Nicholas Thaumaturgus (International).
From 1982 to 1993, she was married to keyboardist Volodymyr Povaliy (born 6 June 1959), who worked in the Kyiv Music Hall as the artistic director of the singer Ivo Bobul's musical group, made backing tracks for Zhanna Bodnaruk, Vitalii Bilonozhko, Alla Kudlai and Taisia Povaliy, now he works as an arranger in the presidential orchestra. In this marriage, a son Denis Povaliy was born on 28 June 1983. In 1993, the marriage ended in divorce.
Since 31 December 1993, Taisia has been married for the second time to musician and producer Igor Likhuta (born 11 April 1961).
Povaliy was a candidate for Party of Regions at the October 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary election; placed second on the party list She was elected into parliament. She left the Party of Regions parliamentarian faction on 3 June 2014. Povaliy did not participate in the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election.
In 2015 Ukrainian parliament made a decree to remove her as Ukrainian National Singer because she does concerts in Russia. In September 2022, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine added Taisia Povaliy to the sanctions list. During the 2023 New Years celebrations, Povaliy sang a traditional Ukrainian song on Russian state TV, which led her to being branded "shameless" and a "traitor" by many Ukrainians.
In February 2023, Povaliy stated that she supported Vladimir Putin's policy in Ukraine and called it "salvation". Povaliy also confirmed that she has been living in Russia since 2022.
- Panno kokhannia (1995)
- Ya vas liubliu (1997)
- Sladkiy grekh (1999)
- Bude tak (2000)
- Odna-Yedyna (with Joseph Kobzon; 2002)
- Ptitsa volnaya (2002)
- Ukrainski pisenni perlyny (2002)
- Serdenko (2004)
- Za toboy (2007)
- Veryu tebe (2010)
- Serdtse – dom dlya lyubvi (2018)
- Eiforiia (2020)
- Osobennye slova. Ispoved (2021)
- Ukraina. Golos. Dusha (2008)
- Chortopolokh (2001)
- Charivna skrypka (2002)
- Vozvrashchayu (2003)
- Nakazany lyubovyu (2008)
- Ya pomoljus' (2012)
- Dve zvezdy (with Aleksandr Marshal; 2012)
- Osobennye slova (2020)
- Otpusti menya (with Nikolay Baskov; 2004)
|Golden Chicken (Золотой цыплёнок)||1993||Fox||Voice|
|Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka (Вечера на хуторе близ Диканьки)||2001||Countess|
|The Snow Queen (Снежная королева)||2002||Ingrid|
|A very New Year's movie, or a Night at the Museum (Очень новогоднее кино, или Ночь в музее)||2007||Sleeping beauty|
|Golden Fish (Золотая рыбка)||2008||cameo|
- ^ a b Куварына, Таццяна; Спрынчан, Андрэй (30 July 2010). "Зачараваная песняй" (PDF). Lítaratura i mastatstva (in Belarusian). 30 (4974): 4. ISSN 0024-4686. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 March 2020. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
- ^ a b c (in Russian)/(website has automatic Google Translate option) Short bio, LIGA
- ^ a b Taisia Povaliy bio
- ^ "Денис Повалий все-таки женился — Новости шоу бизнеса — Таисия Повалий показала фото новоиспеченной невестки в подвенечном платье". СЕГОДНЯ. Archived from the original on 3 May 2019. Retrieved 3 May 2019.
- ^ "Архив (1998—2006) | СЕГОДНЯ". Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 3 March 2015.
- ^ Party of Regions releases party list, Kyiv Post (30 July 2012)
- ^ (in Ukrainian) Список депутатів нової Верховної Ради, Ukrayinska Pravda (11 November 2012)
- ^ 20 MPs leave Regions Party faction, Interfax-Ukraine (3 June 2014)
- ^ (in Ukrainian) Alphabetical Index of candidates in 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election, Central Election Commission of Ukraine.
- ^ Ксения Максимова (5 October 2022). "Украина внесла в санкционный список своих уроженок Таисию Повалий, Ани Лорак и Анну Седокову". Газета.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 7 November 2022.
- ^ "Ukrainian turncoat singer performs famous Ukrainian song on Russian TV as flying bombs target homeland".
- ^ a b Губкин, Иван (8 February 2023). "Таисия Повалий озвучила истинные причины переезда в Россию". Дни.ру. Retrieved 13 February 2023.
- 1965 births
- People from Kyiv Oblast
- Living people
- Ukrainian women singers
- Ukrainian television actresses
- Ukrainian pop singers
- Party of Regions politicians
- 20th-century Ukrainian actresses
- 21st-century Ukrainian actresses
- Seventh convocation members of the Verkhovna Rada
- Ukrainian folk-pop singers
- Slavianski Bazaar winners
- Winners of the Golden Gramophone Award