Chopin, F. - Plays Frederic Chopin
Nargiz Aliyarova Ramiz Qizi was born in Baku, in 1968, into a family of intelligentsia. In 1986 she graduated from the Bulbul Music School with a gold medal and entered the Azerbaijan State Conservatory. In 1991 she graduated from the Conservatory with Distinction and her success as a student resulted in being awarded a Lenin Scholarship. Aliyarova started working for the
Baku Music Academy in 1992, first as a teacher, then a senior teacher, an assistant professor and ultimately, in 2010, she was appointed a position as Professor at the Baku Music Academy.
Aliyarova is also an author: she produced her thesis “Sonatas for Violin and Piano of Azerbaijani Composers” in 2001 and subsequently has published over ten articles, two workbooks and a tutorial.
Since 2002 Aliyarova has been a member of the Azerbaijan State Piano Trio, performing in the Republic and beyond: she has travelled to Turkey, Germany, Italy, France, Austria and Eastern Europe, giving concerts as a soloist, as well as a member of various chamber ensembles, chamber orchestras and symphonic orchestras. To further develop her talent she attended Rachmaninov International piano courses and other international courses in Germany and Great Britain. In 2009 and 2010 she recorded two compact discs.
In 2008 Aliyarova took the second place in the Pietro Argento 11th International Competition held in Italy. She was declared a laureate of the competition and awarded a medal. In that same year she was declared an Honored Artist of the Azerbaijan Republic. In 2011 Aliyarova was awarded a diploma “for outstanding contribution to the legacy of Chopin” by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland. In 2012
the Azerbaijan Commission of High Attestation awarded Nargiz Aliyarova the distinguished title of Professor.
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