Dimash Kudaibergen's triumph: The singer sat down with the world's leading media in London

23 November, 2018, 13:54 2636
Dimash Kudaibergen's triumph: The singer sat down with the world's leading media in London

After the staggering success in London, Dimash Kudaibergen gave interviews to the foreign media and characterized Kazakhstan. 

 

Following the triumph on the stage of Indigo at the O2, Dimash Kudaibergen continued familiarizing with Great Britain, and was invited to interviews with the world's leading media representatives, BNews.kz correspondent reports referring to a press service of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan. 

Credit: Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan

In each interview, Dimash told about Kazakhstan, national customs and traditions in Kazakh. The musician said that he presents his country's culture in his native language to the world with pride. He expressed gratitude to the organizers of his first solo concert in London - the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan. 

The Kazakh singer also met Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland Yerlan Idrissov. The Ambassador notes that Dimash is the Kazakh Ambassador to the world and promotes the country's image on the world arena. 

On the same day, the musician talked with Kazakh students in London in the embassy, where musicians of diverse profiles and specialties attended. A spur-of-the-moment photo session was organized by them, as well as many questions were addressed to Dimash.  

In his turn, Dimash performed some beloved songs on the piano in the hall of the embassy. 

A series of interviews to the leading world media representatives started off with a visit to the BBC television and radio station, which Dimash gave an exclusive interview in Kazakh and conveyed about his creativity. In the BBC World Service radio station, the musician spoke of his success story for a Saturday Cultural Frontline show, during which host Tina Daheley interviewed him on his musical career. The global weekly audience of this radio station equals 75 million listeners. 

Credit: Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan

In an interview with The Independent, the Kazakh singer told about his songs and creative career, which was a podcast for the radio. The reporter asked about the Kazakh singer's place to rest. Answering the question, Dimash confessed that all his visits to foreign countries are working visits and that he has never been rested abroad.
 
"There is a town in Kazakhstan called Aktobe. My family, grandmother and grandfather, all my relatives live there. It is the place where I experience a real rest," said the musician.   

The young singer also sat down with reporter Adam Zorgani from London's magazine Candid, who visited Dimash Kudaibergen's concert at Indigo at the O2, and expressed his unadulterated admiration for the Kazakh singer's creativity.  

The 1883 interactive multi-media platform asked Dimash about his creativity and plans for the future. The internet resource covers the latest trends in the world of new music, cinema, travels, and art. 

The Kazakh singer met with the reporter of TASS, which is Russia's leading news agency. In the interview given to the reporter, Dimash talked about his joint work with Igor Krutoy, and about his creative plans with the Russian composer. 

Famous British photographer Mickle Donald made a photo session for Dimash Kudaibergen. Mickle's works include photos of American filmmaker Martin Scorsese, The Rolling Stones member Michael Jagger, Brasilian footballer Pele and these of other celebrities.  

Also, the Kazakh singer met Great Britain's World History Archive Director-General Alexander Goldberg, who plans to write an autobiography of Dimash Kudaibergen. During the cordial meeting, he presented an 1890 no-name photo with an image of a Kazakh dombra player on it to Dimash. 

The creativity of the phenomenal singer from Kazakhstan is of interest not only among journalists but also among British stars. The local celebrities were spotted in the concert. Famous singer Tallia Storm attended the concert to support him, who came to wish success before the concert with her friends. The singer shared the concert on her social networks. After the concert, they started to chat and became friends.

On November 19, Dimash Kudaibergen performed his first solo concert in London as part of the Days of Culture of Kazakhstan in Great Britain. The concert's organizer was the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan with the support of the embassy of Kazakhstan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland.