Turkmen Composer Mamed Huseynov presented his works at the Grand Hall of the Turkmen National Conservatory his works. The concertmaster of the event was the winner of international contests Bahar Annadurdyeva.
In spite of Despite the fact that he currently lives and works in the Russian Federation, many of his compositions are dedicated to his native land. For example, the string quartet Parthian Frescoes was inspired by his acquaintance with the fragments of frescoes that decorate the vaults of Nisa, the a palace complex built during the dawn of the Parthian Empire. Examining them, Mamed Huseynov decided to express the beauty of artifacts historical and cultural heritage of Turkmenistan through music. He performed "Parthian Frescoes" was performed by a string orchestra led by Tahir Ataev.
During The concert also featured other works by Mammad Huseynov. The famous The famous composer works in many genres, but is specially attracted to Chamber-vocal compositions inspired by poems of M. Fraghi, Ch, S. Esenin, M. Lermontov, W. Shakespeare and other famous poets of different epochs. Visitors to the concert had the opportunity to enjoy the exquisite music pieces of music performed by a well-known singer Bahar Durdyeva.
The concert also included a performance of "Turkmen Rhapsody" to the poetry of Makhtumkuli Fraghi, as well as the romance "Yablo," masterfully performed by violinist Bakhram Dolyev.