Bezhetsk Lyalya( First burlesque dancer in Russia)
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Biography Bezhetsk Lyalya
Lyalya Bezhetsk Ivanovna (nцLe Elena Ivanovna Leshchenko) was born March 22, 1978 in Minsk. Started dancing when she was six years. The parents gave her a circle of folk dances, followed by followed by ballroom dancing and gymnastics, and swimming clubs, drawing, crafts, music, equestrian. Up to 12 years Lyalya no different from many Soviet children who study well in school and engaged in free after-school clubs.
When Lyalya was 12 years old, the Soviet Union disintegrated and most of the children's clubs closed. However, everywhere began to open nightclubs and restaurants, which created the show, imitating the Moulin Rouge and Las Vegas. Lyalya Bezhetsk began to dance in the show-ballet 'Exotic-show', which appeared in one of the restaurants in Minsk from 22 to 23 h. She was 14 years old.
Show business in the former Soviet Union developed rapidly, mimicking all the West. Soon, in Minsk, has its first strip club. At the age of 19 Lyalya Bezhetsk left the show-ballet that, as it later became clear, to begin a solo career.
In mid-1990 few people knew how to dance striptease. It basically performed by the former tsirkachki, gymnasts and dancers. Not having before our eyes the example, they themselves created, how could the first post-Soviet striptease. Initially Lyalya Bezhetsk, like everything else, just rented a room at the end of clothing. Gradually, she developed a unique style. She created a spectacular, well-posed and choreographed saturated rates - impacted the Soviet school, uchivshaya all reach perfection. It came out in the most controversial costumes. Eroticism in her room bordered with humor, she was a master of understatement, and reincarnation. With such numbers Lyalya Bezhetsk quickly moved from the shadow of strip bars on the big stage nightclubs and became the most famous, relevant and highest-paid dancer in Belarus.
In 2002 Lyalya Bezhetsk moved to London. It was at this time there began blossoming burlesque. Lyalya Bezhetsk was in the right place at the right time. She realized that her 'unique style', it turns out, has a name - burlesque, and that this genre is already 150 years. She opened the world of vintage fashion, music and films, studied Pin-up girl, attended the London comedy Clubs and events devoted to burlesque. She met Miss Immodesti Blaze and took lessons old strip the London School of striptease.
For four years Lyalya Bezhetsk perfected his style and was preparing to return home this queen of burlesque. She set a goal to bring burlesque to the culture of the country, which at that time not only did not participate in the new revival of burlesque, but in principle will never know, except, of course, in a literary sense of the word of the Renaissance.
. Burlesque in Russia
. In 2006 Lyalya Bezhetsk moved to Moscow, where nobody knew
. For a thriving show business in Moscow, she was one of thousands of visitors who arrived in the great metropolis to try their luck. Lyalya Bezhetsk began to attend various events, surprising and shocking the Moscow audience their vintage dresses and unusual manners. Interest in burlesque has progressively increased. Ljalju being invited to speak at events and participate in shows.
In 2007 Lyalya Bezhetsk created a burlesque theater of miniatures titled 'casket'. In the theater, in addition to Lyalya, involved six artists, two of whom are men. They perform the role of the lead and show rooms in the style of stand-up, while the artist involved in the dance room. Lyalya Bezhetsk began to hold regular parties burlesque in Moscow.
. In 2008, despite the fact that many projects in Russia's show business could be in varying degrees, ranked among the burlesque, really burlesque in Russia so far represented only Lyalya Bezhetsky and theater 'Casket'.
. Lyalya Bezhetsk grew up in Minsk, graduated from high school with in-depth study of English language and in 1995 entered the Minsk State Linguistic University (Foreign Languages)
. She studied English and German, as well as self-taught Spanish and French. In 2000 Lyalya Bezhetsk received a bachelor's degree and 'red' diploma interpreter.
From 2000 to 2002 Lyalya Bezhetsk worked as a translator at the news agency Interfax. In 2002 she moved to London, where she studied at London Metropolitan University. She studied management in the field of international tourism and received a master's degree.
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