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He studied chemistry at the Belarusian State University.
In 2002, Koldun studied chemistry at the Belarusian State University as his aspirations changed to becoming a chemist as opposed to a doctor. He did well in his chemistry course just as he had done with medical studies as he was said to be "enthusiastic".
In 2004, he tried out in the RTR show Narodnyi Artist 2, but did not qualify to the main stage. This did not deter him from his musical interest and in 2004/5 he worked in the State Concert Orchestra of the Republic of Belarus headed by Mikhail Finberg and in the Grand-Prix studio headed by the composer Oleg Eliseenkov who is still Koldun's business partner. In the same year Koldun took part in the concerts of the National Festival of Belarusian sons and poetry Molodechno-2005 and the Arts Festival Slavyansky Bazar in Vitebsk.
In 2006, Koldun won the sixth season of the Russian television show Star Factory on Channel One. During the show Koldun performed with several artists including the renowned Scorpions performing "Still Loving You" after which he was invited by the soloist Klaus Meine to perform this song on a joint tour. Due to his successes Koldun became popular in Russia and other past Soviet states. Koldun signed a contract with the National Music Corporation and became the soloist of the reformed group K.G.B. (Koldun, Gurkov, Barsukov).
Koldun first took part in the national selection in 2006 with the song "Maybe". Koldun had written this song himself after his appearance in People's Artist in Russia and after touring with the Belarus state orchestra. Koldun lost the national final to Polina Smolova's song "Mum".
Magic Works in Europe is a documentary film following Koldun's experiences including his Eurovision tour, rehearsals for Eurovision and other interesting material including one of Koldun's first ever performances as a 13-year-old boy at his school in Minsk. The documentary was shown on 21 May 2007, First TV Channel (Russia). It was then broadcast (or available to watch) throughout most of Eastern Europe – Belarus, Ukraine, etc. The documentary can be seen in several parts online (like YouTube).
In 2008, Koldun stopped working with Lunev due to conflicting opinions. Lunev did not want songs written by Koldun on the debut album. Since the dispute Koldun is now his own producer and the album release has been postponed again. In 2009 Koldun founded his own label with Alexander Astashenok (a Russian musician, member of Russian band Корни (Roots)) named Lizard (Ящерица or Yasheritsa in Russian).
In 2008, Koldun revealed he would star in "Russia's very first rock opera". Koldun was originally asked just to perform the songs but popular Russian composer Alexey Rybnikov insisted Koldun to play the star of the opera named "Звезда и Смерть Хоакина Мурьеты" (The Star and the Death of Joaquín Murety) alongside Svetlana Svetikova and Igor Sandler also, to which Koldun agreed. The opera received support from Dmitry Chetvergova's rock band as well as financial support from the government of Moscow.
While touring in Israel, Koldun expressed an interest in entering the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009. Since Koldun's participation in the 2007 a common question asked of Koldun is about future participation because of his success (Belarus' only success) in the contest. Koldun has said that he will only participate with the 'right' song and is currently unsure as to which country to represent – the likely choices being Russia or Belarus. If failing to enter the 2009 contest Koldun has stated he would still like to participate again in the future. This would be the third time Koldun would become actively involved in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Dmitry's mother is the founder of Princess Diana's Belarusian fan club.
Currently, Dmitry Koldun is 36 years, 0 months and 2 days old. Dmitry Koldun will celebrate 37th birthday on a Saturday 11th of June 2022. Below we countdown to Dmitry Koldun upcoming birthday.