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Ladislav BUBNÁR

Singer, finalist of the television singing competition “The Voice”

Member of the International Jury of the XXIX International Pop Song Performers Contest “VITEBSK-2020”, singer, finalist of the sixth season of “The Voice” TV show (Russia)

Born in Kosice (Czechoslovakia) on 13 July 1984, Ladislav was raised in an orphanage.

He has been fascinated by the creativity of Karel Gott since his childhood, dreaming of meeting his idol.

Ladislav is a prizewinner in numerous music competitions, including the joint Czech-Slovak project “Superstar” and the contest “Pirogovsky Dawn”.

At the age of 18, he became a student at the conservatoire in his native city thanks to his ear for music and strong voice and without primary music school training. At the same time, he worked for the Kosice Opera House.

After entering the Prague Conservatoire, he moved to the country’s capital.

In 2016, Ladislav performed vocal parts in the musical “World in the Palm of Your Hand: Prague dreams at Christmas-2” in Prague. The proceeds were transferred to the foundation helping children deprived of parental care.

The first serious step towards a solo career was reaching the semifinals of the International Competition for Young Performers “New Wave” (2017).

After the participation in “New Wave”, he moved to Russia.

Ladislav Bubnár is the only foreign artist who managed to become a finalist of the Russian project “The Voice” (2017).

After the successful performance, he recorded three solo compositions: “Sarah”, “Weather-Sensitive”, and “In the Heart”.

During his presentation of the video for the song “Sara”, People’s Artist of Czechoslovakia Karel Gott named Ladislav as his successor.

In 2019, the singer played in Alexey Golubev’s musicals “Dracula. The beginning” and “the Secret of the Enchanted Book”.

In 2019, Ladislav released the singles “Goodbye” and “Mama”. All video clips were directed by Alexey Golubev.

His first solo concert was scheduled for April 2020 in the Diplomatic Hall of the State Kremlin Palace, but the performance was postponed due to the epidemiological situation in the world.

Ladislav Bubnár writes music and lyrics for the songs.