Diana Arbenina Group Paul Potts

Diana Arbenina musician, poet, singer of rock group "Night Snipers". Diana author of most of the songs from the album the group. Diana S. Arbenina (birth name was given Kulachenko) was born July 8, 1974 in Minsk area in a small town in Belarus Volozhin, which is located on the border with Poland. Mother Galina Anisimovna Mabuza – TV journalist. Pope Sergei Kulachenko – journalist.

Stepfather Alexander Mabuza – Surgeon. When Diana was only 3 years old, her family moved to the Far North of Russia. Her parents were very fond of his profession, and they did not live in one place. They moved into the camps of Kolyma and Chukotka. There's Diana and studied to obtain both general and music education.

Future high school singer graduated in Magadan. In 1992 – 1993 Diana Arbenina studied at the Magadan State Pedagogical Institute in the Faculty of Foreign Languages. In 1994 – 1998 she studied at the St. Petersburg State University, the Faculty of Philology, Department of "Russian as a foreign language." The first song was Arbenina writing in 1991. One of her most famous songs, "Frontier" was written at this time. Around the same time the length of time relate to her songs as "I painted the sky", "Evening in the Crimea," "Tosca," "Only the noise on the River" and others. Concerts have been, but it was still at the level of unprofessional Student performances in various competitions and events. The group "Night Snipers" emerged in August 1993. Start their work as sound duo Diana and Svetlana Arbenina Surganova.

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