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Singer and actress Tina Turner receives an honorary doctorate from the university on December 4 Bern. The Bern University of Applied Sciences honored Switzerland A live pop and rock star for their “one-of-a-kind musical and artistic work”.
Tina Turner also asserted herself as a woman in a formerly male-dominated area, and influenced many people with her originality and artistic appeal. as i got with it Arts “I typically show a way out of multiple discrimination circumstances.”
This came within the assessment published on Friday by the Historical Philosophical Faculty of the Bern University of Applied Sciences. gives 1939 in United States of America The born artist was awarded an honorary doctorate. The University of Bern will award a total of eight honorary doctorate degrees on 4 December.
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Tina Turner will not accept the award in person at the beginning of December at the University of Bern’s annual birthday party, known as the “Dies Academy”.
Tina Turner, real name Anna May Bullock, was raised in a cotton-picking family in Tennessee, and is still segregated. As a girl who sang in a gospel choir before being discovered by eight-year-old guitarist Ike Turner. He formed “Ike and Tina Turner Revue”. With their first single “Fool in Love” they broke into the charts in 1960.
The two married in 1962. In 1976, Tina Turner left her abusive husband. In 2010, Swiss Television awarded the Turner the . Prize Swiss Award in the Presentation Category. The international star became a Swiss citizen in 2013 and renounced her US citizenship the same year. (aeg/sda)
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