Dimash Kudaibergen is a singer with a five-octave vocal range from Kazakhstan. Dimash is a tenor altino. This year, he participated in Chinese TV show “Singer 2017.” Dimash blew everyone away with his talent. During the show, he performed songs in 6 different languages: English, Mandarin, Italian, French, Russian, Kazakh. The song “S.O.S. d’un Terrien en détresse” (S.O.S. of a Man in Distress), Dimash performed using 8 different voices. He sounds unearthly. Please, enjoy his incredible talent, and don’t forget to click LIKE and SHARE.
Who else has a 5-octave vocal range – Axl Rose of Guns N’ Roses – 5 octaves, 2½ notes (F1 to B♭6) Mariah Carey – 5 octaves, 1 note (F2 to G7)It’s hard to believe, but Dimash took the second place in this show. However, he was awarded the “Most Popular Asian Singer” during Top Chinese Music Awards (it is like Asian Grammy).
Dimash’s parents are very respected singers in the Republic of Kazakhstan. He’s been performing on stage since he was 6 years old. He gained international fame after participating in numerous musical festivals all over the world. In 2012, he was awarded the Grand Prix of the Republican Contest of Young Performers. Same year, Dimash the 1st prize of the International Telecom Contest of Performers “Oriental Bazaar.” A year later, he became the winner of the first international festival of young performers “Meikin Asia.”
In 2014 Dimash graduated from the College of Music and enrolled in the Kazakh National University of Arts. In 2015, he won the Grand Prix of the XXIV International Pop Song Performers Contest “Slavianski Bazaar 2015.” The same year, he also represented Kazakhstan at the international Asia-Pacific television festival “ABU Song Festivals” in Istanbul, Turkey. For his participation, Dimash received the National award “Nation’s Favorite,” presented by the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan for an important contribution into unifying the people of Kazakhstan. In 2016, he was awarded a state scholarship from the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.