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Igor Mizrakh

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Igor Mizrakh (born August 01, 1971 in Vinnytsia, Ukrainian SSR, USSR, lives in Ukraine) is a Ukrainian political expert, lawyer, public person, producer, editor-in-chief of the political magazines Rating and, owner of the media holding PERSONA, the agency MIZRAKH PRODUCTION, law firms, co-owner of the program The Pulse of Ukraine. He held the positions of deputy chairman of the Public Organization Committee Against Corruption and Organized Crime, deputy chairman of the People's Lustration Committee, advisor on the reform of the judicial system, police and prosecutors, the Verkhovna Rada deputy assistant, member of the Ukrainian Union of Journalists.[1][2].


Igor Mizrakh was born into a family of teachers and engineers in 1971 in Vinnytsia [3].

In 1986, he graduated from the eighth grade of the Vinnytsia secondary school no. 25.

In 1986, Igor Mizrakh was enrolled at the Vinnitsa Pedagogical School. After the second course, he received an offer to be a senior counsellor in the children's recreation centre named after Zheliuk in Tulchyn, Vinnytsia Oblast.

In 1990-1995, he studied at the Vinnytsia Pedagogical Institute and worked as a primary school teacher in Vinnytsia secondary schools no. 16 and 25.

In1992, Igor Mizrakh became a co-founder of the Vinnytsia Institute of Clothing Design and Entrepreneurship (VICDE, 4th level of accreditation).

Since 1995, he held classes of teaching practice for students of the Vinnytsia Pedagogical Institute.

In 1991 - 2004, Igor Mizrakh studied music and worked in the Vinnytsia Children & Youth Centre as an organizer. He arranged contests, New Year's parties, hosted city holidays and beauty contests, shot music videos in Vinnytsia.

In 2001- 2004, Igor Mizrakh worked on a voluntary basis as an assistant to the people's deputy Artem Mykolaiovych Synytsia. He also managed political projects in Kyiv. He organized seminars The School of the Young Politician.

In 2016, he graduated from the National University Odesa Law Academy with a degree in Jurisprudence.

Public Activity[edit]

Igor Mizrakh is an initiator and creator of the project Talent Pool, which is designed to give a chance to the citizens of Ukraine to hold positions with the government agencies and translate their vision of the national development into reality.

Igor Mizrakh is an ideological inspirer, organizer, and manager of the production centre MIZRAKH PRODUCTION, which aimed to help young talented artists fulfill their potential. Yevhen Kemerovskyi, Mariia Maksakova, Aida, Vitalii Borysiuk, Natanika, Oleksandr Tyshchenko, Olha Sumska, Svitlana Leontieva, Serhii Zhorov, Oleksandr Matiienko, and other stars have collaborated with his producer centre. is a successful project developed by his production centre about Ukraine and outstanding Ukrainian who have made considerable advances and promoted their country. Rating is the first image-building magazine about Ukrainian people.

Igor Mizrakh actively participates in charity projects acting as a sponsor and philanthropist.

Creative Activity[edit]

In 1982, Igor Mizrakh, being a high school student, wrote the song “Childhood” (Ukrainian: Дитинство)[4], which was first heard in the film “I Offer my Hand and My Heart to You” (Ukrainian: Пропоную руку і серце) (1988, Mosfilm). In 1992, it was performed by Yuri Shatunov and became a hit.

The song “There is a choice!” (Ukrainian: Вибір є!) (2009, script by Olena Mortko) was recorded in Maestro studio in 2015[5].

The song “Simply” (Ukrainian: Просто) (music by Yevhen Hryhoriev, lyrics by Igor Mizrakh) was recorded in Maestro Odesa studio.

The first album “I made you up myself” (Ukrainian: Я сам тебе вигадав) (2016) was recorded live without computer processing and special effects. It included popular songs of different years (“Childhood” (Ukrainian: Дитинство), “Million Scarlet Roses” (Ukrainian: Мільйон червоних троянд), “Maple” (Ukrainian: Клен), “People meet” (Ukrainian: Люди зустрічаються), “I am ready to kiss the sand” (Ukrainian: Я готовий цілувати пісок) and others).

“For beloved ones” (Ukrainian: Для коханих) was the second album featuring lyric and rogue songs (2017).

The third album was “Favorite for Favorites” (Ukrainian: Вибране для вибраних) (2018), which included his best songs: “My dad will ride out” (Ukrainian: Мій тато вирулить), “The night is so starry” (Ukrainian: Ніч така місячна) (duet with the opera diva Mariia Maksakova)[6][7], “Give me one time” (Ukrainian: Дай мені раз) (duet with NataNika)[8].

The main meaning and message of Igor Mizrakh's songs are love, fidelity, kindness, honesty, openness, friendship, and faith in better things.

Awards and Nominations[edit]

In 2004, Igor Mizrakh became a holder of the Order of St. Equal to the Apostles Prince Vladimir the Great, III degree.

In 2006, he was awarded with the Expert in Public Education badge.

In 2008, he received the Order “For the Education Development in Ukraine”[9]


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