Marksheider Kunst vocalist Sergei Efremenko died in St. Petersburg

On Monday, January 22, Sergei “Efr” Efremenko, a member of the St. Petersburg musical group Marksheider Kunst, passed away. As Fontanka reports, the artist died in the Pokrovskaya hospital.

The news of the musician’s death was confirmed by the band’s director Denis Rachkov. According to him, Efremenko has been complaining about health problems since last month.

In the last days of his life, he managed to give two performances in the northern capital of the Russian Federation: on the evening of January 19 with the group Marksheider Kunst, and on the 21st as part of Tres Muchachos & compaňeros. Two performances in Moscow were also scheduled to take place before the end of January.

As Ephr’s relatives say, he experienced problems with his legs and only recently consulted a doctor. On January 23, the artist could have turned 52 years old. Efremenko’s wife also published a message on social networks about her husband’s death.

The Markscheider Kunst group was created in St. Petersburg in 1992. The group has 11 studio albums to its credit. Markscheider Kunst songs were used as soundtracks in films such as Peter FM and Oxygen.

Earlier it became known that Russian theater and film actor Alexander Sayutalin died in St. Petersburg at the age of 60. Read more on the topic read the material Public News Service.

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