The concert, timed to the birthday of famous teacher, Honoured Art Worker of the country Nikolai Amiyantz, was held in Turkmen National Conservatory. One of theleading figures of national violin music, who become 83 this year, brought up outstanding constellation of musicians and teachers.
The concert on the stage of Big COncervatory Hall was started by violin ensemble that played Fritz Kreisler's The Pugnani's Prelude. Wave of the bows and charming sounds of music merged into harmonic melody � light, airy and fascinating.
Nikolai Amiyantz was among the audience that evening. His professional pitch didn't try to catch any errors, he just simply enjoyed by the performance of his students and was proud of them.
Bahram Doliyev, the lecturer of Danatar Ovezov Turkmen State Music College, formerly the student of Nikolai Amiyantz, performed reservedly and inspiredly the adagio from Spartacus ballet by Aram Hachaturyan. Right after long applauses, the student of Bahram � Selby Mulkamova joined him on the stage. The duet of teacher and his student transferred rich palette of the sounds of Navarra by Spanish composer Pablo Sarasate.
Famous Campanella of NiccolA� Paganini performed by Aybolek Muhiyeva was among unforgettable numbers. Musical play, imitating ringing bells, does not leave anybody indifferent especially if it is presented on such high performance level.
Outstanding violinist Ibragim Orazov virtuously presented The Elfs Round Dance by Bazzino. Myahri Agajanova performed emotionally filled and expressively Hungarian Dance by Brahms.
There were many other beautiful compositions of the world music treasury. Taking flowers and congratulations, Nikolai Artemyevich cordially thanked all participants for love and attention to the music as well as for beautiful evening, which main hero was Her Majesty, the Violin.
Source: Turkmenistan: the Golden Age Online Newspaper