Aybolek Muhieva, a graduate of the string instruments Department and winner of international competitions, gave her solo concert in the Small hall of the Maya Kuliyeva Turkmen national Conservatory.
She performed the Benjamin Britten violin Concerto. This work of an outstanding English composer, pianist and conductor was performed on the professional stage of our country for the first time.
The concert program opened with the violin Sonata No. 1 Adagio and Fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach, and then the audience was immersed in the emotionally heated and dramatic canvas of Britten's work dedicated to the theme of war.
The recital of Aybolek concluded the Scherzo-Tarantella by Polish composer of the nineteenth century Henryk Wieniawski.
Stormy ovations and emotional uplift of the hall deservedly belonged to both Aybolek Mukhieva and her teacher, honored artist of Turkmenistan Nikolai Artemovich Amiyants and concertmaster, winner of international competitions Stella Faramazova, the website "Turkmenistan: The Golden age" reports.