Dr. Marina Belenky earned her degree in Jewish Music from the Hebrew Union College in 1999. She holds the distinction of being one of the first Russian émigré artists in the USA to study for the cantorate and to serve as a full time female cantor in a congregation. Having graduated from the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory of Music in St. Petersburg, Marina left Russia in search of religious and artistic freedom. She is an accomplished performer, choral conductor and teacher.
Anna Vasilevskaya was born in Novosibirsk, former Soviet Union. She studied at the Russian Academy of Theater Arts (GITIS) in Moscow. Having moved to the United States in 1995, she continued to perform in groups and as a soloist. In 2007 Anna and her husband Dmitry Vasilevsky founded Arts for Hearts, Inc., a company that promotes various arts through education, public and private performances, fundraisers, and other art-related activities.
In 2018, Duet Marianna has celebrated a 10-year anniversary! Over the years the duo has developed various programs to cater to the interests of the local communities. Such programs include “The Musical Journey Around The World”, “Singing With Our Neighbours”, “Tribute to The Barry Sisters”, “Remembering Russia”, and others.
Concerts, Fundraisers, Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and educational programs.
Traditional to contemporary music of multiple genres and styles with songs in English, French, Hebrew, Italian, Russian, Spanish and more!
Soulfully crafted musical performances to thrill any and all audience members, from children to adults!
We are here to make your celebration or any other type of event memorable and special! We work closely with our clients to insure their musical and artistic needs are met, from jazz, musical theater, and folk, to popular world tunes. Both Marina and Anna are accomplished performers and MCs.Inquire
Featuring traditional to contemporary music, multiple genres and styles, songs in English, French, Hebrew, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and more. We will create a great experience for a listener that will stay long after the performance.Read More