Marina Lizorkina, Russian singer
Marina Lizorkina is a Russian singer who was a member of girl group Serebro. But the girl left the group in 2009.
Marina was born on June 9, 1983 in Moscow. At the age of three she and her parents moved to the Crimea. Later they returned to the capital.
At the age of 16, she entered the Contemporary Art University in Moscow. Lizorkina plays the piano, the guitar and the xylophone. Marina is very fond of animals and loves to draw oil paintings.
During the period from 1999 to 2004, Marina wrote songs for pop artists. Marina sang in a choir, before she became the lead singer of the group Formula. In 2004, they released a few singles for the series Obrechonnaya Stat Zvezdoy (Doomed to become a star).
In 2006 she signed a contract with Maxim Fadeev production center. With the group Serebro, Lizorkina took part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 where the girls took the third place. They also released four #1 hits in Russia and the album Opiumroz in 2009.
She is fluent in Russian, English and Spanish.
In June 2009, Lizorkina left the band to become an artist. On November 19, 2009 her second solo exhibition was held in Moscow. On March 17, 2011 Marina’s third solo exhibition took place in the restaurant Andreas.
Look at some of her pictures.