Dmitry Malikov is a Soviet and Russian composer, pianist, singer, producer and television host, People’s Artist of Russia (2010).
The boy was born on January 29, 1970 in Moscow into a family of musician, composer, founder and CEO of VIA Samotsvety, Yuri Malikov and former ballet dancer, soloist of the Moscow Music Hall, Lyudmila Vyunkova.
You know, Dmitry began to play the piano at the age of 5 and in 1994 he graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory. When Dmitry was seven years old, his sister Inna Malikova was born. Subsequently, Inna, like the whole family, chose music and vocals as her profession.
At the age of 14, the boy wrote his first song. In 1988 he became famous. His songs Moon Dream, You’ll Never Be Mine and Until Tomorrow were very popular all over the country. As a result, in 1988 Dmitry became the Discovery of the Year. The following two years Dima was voted Singer of the Year. In 1990, the 20-year-old singer gave his first solo concerts at the biggest concert arena in the country, Olympic Stadium in Moscow.
By the way, Dmitry played the male lead role in the film See Paris And Die directed by Proshkin in 1992.