Some of the Titles and Awards of Y. P. Lyubimov

  • Medal “For the defense of Leningrad” (1943).
  • Medal “For the defense of Moscow” (1944).
  • Medal “For the victory over Fascist Germany” (1945).
  • Medal “For the participation in the Great Patriotic War” (1946).
  • Medal “800 years Jubilee of Moscow” (1947).
  • Laureate of the USSR State Award (Stalin Prize) (1952).
  • Honored Artist of the RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic) (1954).
  • Grand Prix winner of the X International Festival “BITEF” for the performance “Hamlet”, Yugoslavia (1976).
  • Order of Labor Red Banner (1977).
  • First Prize winner of the II International Festival “Theatrical Meetings in Warsaw”, for the performances “Hamlet”, “Good Man from Sechuan”, “And Dawns are Quiet Here ”, Poland (1980).
  • National Artist of Russia (1991).
  • Spectator’s Sympathy Prize winner of the International Theatrical Festival in Athens for the performance “Medea” (1995).
  • Medal “Fiftieth anniversary of victory over Fascist Germany” (1995).
  • Marshal Zhukov Medal (1996).
  • Order of Great Patriotic War (1996).
  • Order for the Outstanding Service to Motherland, Third Grade (1997).
  • Laureate of the Russia State Award (1997).
  • Honorary Medal of the President of the Hungarian Republic (1997).
  • Order of the Great Constantine (1998).
  • Grand Prix winner of the International Theatrical Festival in Bonn for the performance “The Brothers Karamazov” (1998).
  • Laureate of the Honored Award of the X International Festival in Istanbul, Turkey (1998).
  • Laureate of the Award “Triumph” for the performance “Marat and Maquis De Sade”, Moscow (1998).
  • Laureate of the Theatrical Award “Seagull” in the nomination “Patriarch of Arts”.
  • Laureate of the Tzarskoselsky Award in St. Petersburg (1999).
  • Grand Prix winner of the International Festival in Saloniki for the performance “Good Man from Sechuan” (1999).
  • Laureate of the International Award “Baltic House” for the performance “Marat and Maquis De Sade”, St. Petersburg (1999).
  • Laureate of the Theatrical Award “Golden Mask” in the nomination “For Honor and Dignity”, Moscow (2000).
  • Laureate of the Russian National Award “Golden Microphone”, Moscow (2000).
  • Laureate of the Theatrical Award established by the editorial office of the “MK” newspaper in the nomination “For Creative Longevity”, Moscow (2000).
  • Full member of the Pushkin American Academy of Arts (2001).
  • Diploma of the Pushkin American Academy of Arts for the performance “Eugene Onegin”, New York (2001).
  • Laureate of the Theatrical Award established by the editorial office of the “MK” newspaper in the nomination “Man of the Year”, Moscow (2002).
  • Honorary Citizen of several cities in the United States, Israel, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Finland, France, e.t.a.
  • Honorary Doctor of several world-known Universities.
Best Producer Award for “Crime and Punishment” by F. Dostoyevsky:
Budapest (1978), London The Standard Award (1983), Bologna (1984), Vienna Joseph Kainz Award (1985), Washington (1987).

Best Opera Productions:
“Vier Grubiane”, Munich (1982), “Lulu”, Torino (1983), and Bergamo (1983), “Jenufa”, Zurich (1986), “The Love of the Three Oranges”, Munich (1991), “The Queen of Spades”, Bonn (1996), “Nabucco”, Bonn (1997).

Best Productions:
“Boris Godunov”, Edinburg (1984), “Zhivago (Doctor)”, Vienna (1993), “Chronicles”, Croatia (2000).

E.T.A.




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