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 Post subject: Anastasia Kolegova
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 3:29 pm 
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This is very tragic news. My deepest sympathies go out to 1st Soloist Anastasia Kolegova. Her husband, Sergei Tarasov was one of the victims in the recent Moscow-St. Petersburg train terrorist attack. The news reached Anastasia in Japan where she was on a tour with the company. He was the chairman of a large state corporation, and they were married last October.

http://www.kp.ru/online/news/578532 *(Russian).


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Thanks for posting Cygne. It's very sad indeed.

The article explains how their engagement was announced on 09/09/09 and they were married on 10/10 at 10:10 a.m. They had not had a very long courtship, the article intimates. He was a former vice-governor in St Petersburg, a member of Parliament, and all-around relatively high-ranking government official. He left his wife and two children in order to marry her, according to the article, which jokes in conclusion that some have whispered that she has become a rich widow now, but that she would give anything to have him alive again (conjecture on both accounts).

He was born in 1959, so a bit older than she was.


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