Dinmukhamed Kanatuly Kudaibergen (Kazakh: Dinmuhammed Qanatuly Qudai’bergen), born May 24, 1994 in Aktobe, Kazakhstan, known as Dimash Kudaibergen (Димаш Құдайберген; sometimes transcribed in English as Dimash Kudaibergenov), is a Kazakh singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. His parents Kanat Kudaibergenuly Aitbayev (Kazakh: Qanat Qudаi’bеrgеnuly Аi’tbаеv) and Svetlana Aitbayeva (Kazakh: Svеtlаnа Аi’tbаеvа) are well-known and honored singers of Kazakhstan. Kudaibergen began performing at a young age, singing and playing the piano at various venues and contests throughout his childhood. He gained significant popularity in Kazakhstan and in post-Soviet countries in 2015, upon becoming the Grand Prix winner of Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk, Belarus. In 2015 and 2016 Kudaibergen performed in various European and Asian countries, and in 2016 he toured Kazakhstan, naming his tour Unforgettable Day, after his own song by the same name. In 2016 he received the award for "Pop Artist" at the People’s Favorite award ceremony in Kazakhstan.
Kudaibergen rose to fame in China with his participation in Hunan TV's popular Singer 2017 (Chinese: 歌手2017) which was broadcast weekly from January 21 to April 22, 2017. Competing with established singers, he reached the final and finished as runner-up. He won Episodes 1, 2 and 6, with his performances of "SOS d’un terrien en détresse", "Opera 2", and "Adagio", respectively. His performances from Singer were prominent in the Fresh Asia Music chart, including his chart-topping single "Unforgettable Day" (Kazakh: Ұмытылмас күн). His single “Eternal Memories” (Chinese: 拿不走的记忆), the theme song for the film Battle of Memories, reached number one on the iTunes QQ chart the day of release. In 2017 he appeared and performed on numerous TV shows and public events in China, Kazakhstan and France. On June 27, 2017, in conjunction with Expo 2017, he held his first solo large-scale concert Bastau (Beginning) in Astana, Kazakhstan, to a sold out crowd of around 30,000 people, earning rave reviews. Kudaibergen received several music awards in 2017, including "Best Asian Singer" at China's 24th Top Music Awards (considered to be China's equivalent to the Grammy Awards) and "Most Popular Overseas Singer" at the Tencent MTV Asia Music Gala.
Kudaibergen is known for his wide vocal range, encompassing 5 octaves, and 9 semitones. His range reaches the bottom notes of the baritone register, all the way through to the highest soprano notes, and on to the whistle register. His lowest recorded note is F2, and his highest note recorded is D8. Although trained in classical singing and being invited to work at Astana Opera, Kudaibergen decided to carve out a career in contemporary music, incorporating classical elements and traditional Kazakh music with pop music. Kudaibergen is also known for singing live (without lip-synching), and for singing in multiple languages. To date, he has sung in Kazakh, Russian, English, Mandarin, French, Turkish, Ukrainian, Serbian, and Italian. He speaks Kazakh and Russian, and studies English and Mandarin.
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