Dimash Kudaibergen Honored with Karic Brothers Foundation Award in Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia – Renowned Kazakh musician Dimash Kudaibergen was presented with the prestigious Karic Brothers Foundation Award during a ceremony on December 3, reports citing

Founded in 1979, the Karic Brothers Foundation has been dedicated to supporting and promoting scientific, technological, and creative potential while introducing the public to global cultural achievements. For the 26th time, the foundation recognized outstanding foreign personalities with awards in various fields such as science, journalism, economics, culture, and art.

Previous recipients of the Karic Brothers Foundation Prize include notable figures like Nobel Prize laureate in physics J. Alferov, Nobel Prize laureate in literature P. Handke, former President of Kazakhstan N. Nazarbayev, filmmaker E. Kusturica, tennis player N. Djokovic, actor S. Seagal, and former Secretary General of TURKSOY D. Kaseinov.

This year, Dimash Kudaibergen, the talented musician from Kazakhstan, received the prestigious award. The Foundation’s Board of Directors highlighted Dimash’s extraordinary vocal talents, his ability to seamlessly blend various performance styles, and his unique capability to master any musical note through years of dedication and study. They recognized him as a prominent representative of Kazakh culture and a successful professional in his field.

Milanka Karić, Founder of the Karic Brothers Foundation and Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Serbia, expressed the unanimous decision of the Board of Directors that Dimash deserves to be among the distinguished recipients of the Prize. She emphasized the importance of Dimash’s contribution to strengthening relations between Kazakhstan and Serbia.

The award ceremony, Serbia’s central cultural event, unfolded at the National Theater in Belgrade, a revered cultural heritage site preserving Serbian traditions. On the illustrious stage, Dimash presented diverse compositions, including the Kazakh folk song “Samaltau” and Igor Krutoy’s work “Mademoiselle Hyde,” showcasing different facets of his artistic prowess.

Dimash expressed gratitude to the founders and the Board of Directors of the Karic Brothers Foundation for bestowing the award. He also underscored the significant role of international projects, especially in the realm of art, as opportunities to foster friendship and mutual development between nations.


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