A solo recital of Aybolek Muhiyeva, the laureate of international competitions, assistant trainee of the Gnesins Russian Academy of Music, was held at the Turkmen State Conservatory named after Maya Kuliyeva, which gathered mentors and university students. The talented violinist performed works by the Polish composer Henryk Wieniawski and the chamber work Sonata in A minor by the Austrian genius Franz Schubert.
Her teacher Stella Vladimirovna Faramazova accompanied Aybolek on the piano. In collaboration with Vladislav Grigoryevich Igolinsky, Honored Artist of Russia, Professor, she provided invaluable assistance to the young performer in preparation her solo concert.
Listeners have got vivid impressions from brilliant performance of the complicated music compositions and their thoughtful reading.
Over the past years, they managed to get acquainted with the performance style of Muhiyeva, including abroad of Turkmenistan. In 2018, Aybolek became the winner of an international competition in Armenia, and last year, the violinist enjoyed the success and the main prize on online performance at a prestigious music forum held in Rome, the capital of Italy.
Following the concert, the young violinist shared her story with ORIENT. When she was a 7-year child, she became interested in playing the violin. She graduated from the music school, where Honoured Art Worker of Turkmenistan Zeytuna Aleksandrovna Ahmedjanova trained Muhiyeva.
Having decided to dedicate her life to music for ever, Aybolek enrolled the conservatory in 2015. Honored Art Worker of Turkmenistan Nikolay Artemovich Amiyants became the teacher of the performer here.
The eventful life at the conservatory with a number of concerts organized by teachers promoted the young talent to be appreciated by public at large.
Aybolek Muhiyeva considers Nikolay Artemovich, firstly, and several other violinists as example musicians concerning creativity and performing arts. Jascha Heifetz and David Oistrakh were among those mentioned.
As of today, she teaches at the conservatory and collaborates with the Rasul Klychev Orchestra.
Taking this opportunity, the pianist and violinist congratulated everyone on coming New Year and wished the audience happiness, health and well-being, as well as expressed hope that after the resumption of concert activity in the second half of 2021, the musicians will again enjoy the concerts in the filled halls.