Victor Choi is a rock singer, guitarist, vocalist of the “Kino” group.
He was born on June 21, 1962 in Leningrad.
In 1969 he went to school, but while he finished eight classes – he changed three schools. From 1974 to 1977, Tsoi’s biography trains in a secondary art school. At this time the group “Chamber No. 6” was formed. In 1977, Viktor Tsoy entered Serov Art College, from which he was expelled just for the next year for his poor academic performance. After that, he learns wood carving in the SSPTU.
In 1981, Choi, together with Alexei Rybin, Oleg Valinsky form the “Cinema” group. Boris Grebenshchikov, accidentally noticing Tsoi’s talent, offers his help, helps to record the first album “Cinema”. After the distribution of the album, the band recorded new songs.
During the second rock festival, the group received the title of laureate, and one of the songs was named the best anti-war. After the second title of the laureate, “Kino” creates several songs that have become popular and brought even greater fame to the biography...
Then Victor participates in filming several films. At the following festivals of the rock club, the “Kino” group receives prizes for the best texts, for creative majority.
After the film “Needle”, as well as the release of the album “Blood Group”, the popularity of Tsoi, and with it “Kino”, instantly grew. The next genius album “Kino” in Tsoi’s biography was “A Star Called the Sun”. At the same time, Victor is called the best actor at the Odessa Golden Duke Film Festival. The concerts of the group are held in Japan.
Choi is busy recording the songs for the new album, but suddenly dies in a car crash. In late 1990, after the death of Victor, the last “Black Album” of the band was released. Since then, the musician’s story was told in documentary films, many songs were dedicated to him, and fans wrote down the inscriptions “Tsoi’s wall”.
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