The Small Hall of the Turkmen National Conservatory named after Maya Kuldiyeva hosted a concert of pianist Aigul Silgeldiyeva. Aigul Silgeldyeva, a pianist, gave a concert performance at the Maya Kuliyeva Conservatory. This year's graduate studied under Stella Faramazova, a famous performer and winner of many international competitions. According to her mentor, Aigul is one of her best students. If she continues to improve her piano playing technique and culture she is sure to achieve great success in this field.
The young pianist, together with violinists Myakhri Agadzhikova and Farukh Muradov, performed, respectively, the first and third movements of the Sonata No. 2, composed by Johannes Brahms. The musical work put the audience in a lyrical mood, and was warmly received by them.
Aigul Silgeldieva was also supported by the masters of vocal arts. Teachers of the Conservatory, Honored Artist of Turkmenistan Islam Jumayev (tenor) and People's Artist of Turkmenistan Gulnar Nuryeva (soprano), accompanied by the young pianist, performed excerpts of such famous works as such famous works as "Triumphant Judith" (Antonio Vivaldi), "Women's Morals" (Fernando Obradorsa), "On the Death of a Siskin" (Sergei Rachmaninoff) and "Canary" (vocal cycle "Unheard Songs of Children of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" by Nury Halmamedov). And in the finale of the concert, the venerable vocalists presented to the audience the final explanation of Tatiana and Eugene (Peter Tchaikovsky's opera "Eugene Onegin"). The audience was impressed by the masterly performance and embodiment of images of the lyrical characters of the musical work.
The debut of Aigul Silgeldieva gave a wide range of bright emotions, both to the audience and participants of the concert. And for Stella Faramazova the success of her pupil was the best gift.