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A concert in honor of Tchaikovsky was held in Ashgabat

Ashgabat, April 30, /Arzuw NEWS/ - The Grand Hall of the Turkmen National Conservatoire named after Mai Kulayeva is hosting a concert dedicated to the 180th birthday of Russian composer, teacher and conductor Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. A concert dedicated to the 180th birthday anniversary of Russian composer, pedagogue and conductor Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was held at the Maya Kulieva Turkmen National Conservatory.

The concert was attended by People's Artist of Turkmenistan Gulnar Nuryeva (soprano), Honored Artists of Turkmenistan Bibidjemal Amanova (soprano), Vladimir Mkrtumov (piano), Laureates of the International Competition Baymurat Kutlymuradov (cello), Aibolek Mukhiyeva (violin), International Competition Diploma holder Stella Faramazova (piano), and a group of fourth-year students of the Conservatory.
The audience heard excerpts from Tchaikovsky's ballets "Sleeping Beauty," "Swan Lake," "Reflection," "Carry My Heart," and more.

Pyotr Tchaikovsky, the world-famous 19th-century Russian teacher-composer, began playing the piano as early as age five and graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1865. He managed to become the foremost tutor of his time with his unique music. European countries dubbed him the "Great Pearl of Music.

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  • I attended this concert. It was entirely dedicated to the anniversary of Tchaikovsky, there was no Turkmen music, as reported in the article.

    • " in the Great Hall of the Turkmen National Conservatory named after Maya Kulayeva. Maya Kulieva, the Chamber Ensemble Department, held a concert dedicated to the 180th anniversary of the birth of Russian composer, teacher and conductor Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

      This concert was not held in the Chamber Ensemble Department, but was organized by the Chamber Ensemble Department, and was held in the Great Concert Hall.
      PS Your articles are read, including by literate people.

  • "The concert, which combines Turkmen national music and international classical music, featured:"
    How could Turkmen national music be played at a concert dedicated to Tchaikovsky? I ask the author of the article to explain it, if he was present at the concert. It was not there.
    It is necessary to treat the information in the public space responsibly.

    • A. Gulistan,
      We double-checked the information about the sound of Turkmen music at this concert - it really wasn't there. Corrections have already been made to the article. Once again, we thank you for your vigilance and apologize for the error of our trainee reporter.

  • Why is my name missing? There is only the romance "Carry My Heart," which I sang)))