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Anastasia "Nastya" Viktorovna Poleva (born December 1, 1961, Pervouralsk​, Sverdlovsk region​, USSR​) is a Russian rock singer, songwriter, leader of the rock band "Nastya".

Biography

In 1981, while studying at the Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts​, she appeared for the first time as a vocalist of the Sverdlovsk hard rock band "Track". After the dissolution of the group in 1983, she began a solo career.

In early 1985, joined the "Nautilus Pompilius". Together with them performed in Chelyabinsk​ and Sverdlovsk.[1]

In June 1986 she performed at the 1-st Sverdlovsk Rock Festival with her own program, written mostly on the poems of Ilya Kormiltsev​. The members of her band, which was called Nastya, included Igor Egor Belkin (Orphan Jews) - guitar, Dmitry Umetsky (Nautilus Pompilius) - bass, Alexey Mogilevsky (Nautilus Pompilius) - saxophone, Victor "Pytha" Komarov ("Nautilus Pompilius") - keyboards, Alexander Pantykin (Orphan Jews) - percussion, Vladimir "Zyama" Nazimov ("Nautilus Pompilius") - percussion.[2]

The next performance of the band took place a year later, in May 1987 at the 2-nd Sverdlovsk Rock Festival. Umetsky was replaced by Vadim Shavkunov (bass), instead of Komarov came keyboardist Alexei Khomenko ("Nautilus Pompilius"). In the summer of 1987, the first album "Tatsu" ("Тацу") was recorded at the studio of student television of the journalism department of the Ural State University​. By the autumn of 1988 the composition of the band changed again. From the former composition were Belkin and Shavkunov and they were joined by keyboardist Gleb Vilnyansky and percussionist Andrei Kolomeets. In the beginning of 1989 the band conducted a tour and recorded the second album "Noa Noa" ("Ноа Ноа") in March 1989.[3]​ By that time, cooperation with Ilya Kormiltsev was discontinued and almost all the lyrics for the album were written by his brother Evgeniy, who worked with the band "Aprelskiy Marsh". There were video clips for the songs "В чужом лице",[4]​ "Ноа Ноа",[5]​ "Марш плывущих Офелий",[6]​ "Стратосфера"[7]​ и "Чёрный парус".[8]​ A little later the songs "Стратосфера" and "Ноа Ноа" were on the vinyl record​ of the magazine "Krugozor​" (issue No. 6, 1991).[9]

In the fall of 1988, Nastya Poleva won the prize of the best vocalist at the "Miss Rock" festival in Kiev​.[10]​ Following the results of 1988, Nastya Poleva took the fourth place in the hit parade "Zvukovaya Dorozhka".

In September 1989, Nastya and "Nautilus Pompilius" participated in the movement "Rock of pure water" together with "Chaif​" and "Aprelskiy Marsh", and also became one of the heroes of the film "Dream in the Red Chamber".[11]

In 1990 she performed with tours in the Netherlands and Germany.

In 1991, the album "Noa Noa" was reissued on vinyl by "ERIO".

In 1992, released the album "The Bride" "Невеста". The original master disc with the album was stolen during the robbery of Nastya in Sverdlovsk​ and the album was recorded on a copy.[12]​ Three video clips were shot: "Love and lies" ("Любовь и ложь", directed by Oleg Rakovich), "For Happiness" ("На счастье", directed by Vladimir Khotinenko), "Flying Frigate" ("Летучий фрегат", directed by Oleg Rakovich).[13][14][15]

In 1993, after a short change in composition (keyboard player Gleb Vilnyansky replaced by Igor Grishenkov from the "Aprelskiy Marsh", bassist Vyacheslav Dvinin goes abroad, he is replaced by Vadim Shavkunov, who returned to the band). Nastya and Yegor Belkin move to St. Petersburg​. During the year, Poleva does not write new songs. From the previous session, Nastya had only two extra-album compositions - "Dance on tiptoe" ("Танец на цыпочках"), first sounded in 1989 at the IV festival of the Sverdlovsk rock club and received a prize of audience sympathy, and "Gray roses"("Серые розы"). A year later at the festival "Miss Rock-90" in Kiev "Dance on tiptoe" won as the best song.[16]

In 1994, the fourth album was recorded, entitled "Dance on Tiptoe". On the song "Voices" ("Голоса") was shot an animated video clip.[17]

Discography

  • Тацу (1987) / "Tatsu"
  • Ноа Ноа (1989) / "Noa Noa"
  • Невеста (1992) / "Nevesta" (Bride)
  • Танец на цыпочках (1994) / "Tanets na tsypochkah" (Dance on Tiptoe)
  • Море Сиам (1997) / "More Siam" (The Sea of Siam)
  • С тобой и без тебя (1997) (Записи 1985—1991) / "S toboty i bez tebya" (With you and without you)
  • Гербарий (акустика) (2000) / "Gerbariy" (Herbarium, acoustics)
  • НеНастье (2002) / "NeNastye" (Bad Weather)
  • Сквозь пальцы (2004) / "Skvoz' paltsy" (Through the fingers)
  • Мосты над Невою (2008) / "Mosty nad Nevoyu" (Bridges over Neva)

Filmography

"There used to be another time" (Aleksei Balabanov​)
"Nastya and Egor" (Alexei Balabanov)
"I have no friend" (Alexei Balabanov)
"Brother" (Alexei Balabanov)
"Dream in the Red Chamber" (K. Kotelnikov)
"Patriotic Comedy" (Vladimir Khotinenko) - soundtrack
"Time to Love" (Victor Buturlin) - soundtrack

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