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Article From My Motherland

Last week I received a message with a link to an article about my music. It was a nice surprise for me that took me away from my routine for a moment. Now I am happy to share this article with you. Hope your time will stop for a moment too and you will be able to read it through. You will find pictures from my Motherland and the article below.

"I Think About You"

Jul 29, 2023 at 9:00 pm

You can listen to Gyuli Kambarova on Apply Music, Spotify, YouTube, Amazon and other services that provide access to music. In October, her music, written to the verses of Rasul Gamzatov, can be heard live - do not miss this unique opportunity that the Dagestanis have received thanks to a project sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.

Gyuli Kambarova began her musical career in the south of Russia, where she composed music, performed in concerts, taught piano and composition at the Children's Music School. S. Prokofiev and Children's Music School. M. Ippolitov-Ivanov in Rostov-on-Don.

Her works have become widely performed at concerts of classical and contemporary music in Russia and abroad. The special melody of southern intonations and the euphony of bright harmonies characterize the neo-romantic style of Gyuli Kambarova. The sound palette of her works is imbued with sound imagery and expressiveness, combined with a refined technique of classical writing.

At the moment, the composer lives in the United States, California, where he works as a teacher of piano and composition in his own music studio. Among her students are winners of competitions for pianists and composers from various states of America. Gyuli Kambarova also takes part in festivals, gives author's concerts, performs with charity concerts in museums and educational institutions. Her music has been featured in documentaries at film festivals and competitions around the world.

Follow our publications, we will soon tell you about other composers whose amazing works will be performed in the concert “I Think of You”.


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