Inobat Akhmedova | Violin
Lala Isakova-Lewin | Piano
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Poème op. 25 for violin amd piano
Andreas F. Staffel
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graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where studied piano with Professor Lev Vlassenko and Mikhail Pletnev. She completed her concert exam at the "Hans Eisler Musikhochschule" in Berlin with Professor Annerose Schmidt. Followed by master classes with Viatalij Margulis, Leon Fleischer and Murray Perahia.
Numerous international concert engagements have taken her to Japan, Egypt, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Hungary, Poland and Switzerland. As a soloist with orchestra, she has played with the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, Azerbaijan National Symhony Orchestra, Berliner Symphoniker, the German-Polish Youth Symphony Orchestra,and others.
She was a member of several chamber music ensembles and performed, among others, together with the Aurora Quartet on the occasion of the 10th Bayreuth Easter Festival. As a soloist, she was involved in various television and radio recordings, including CD recordings of sonatas by Victor Ullmann (Deutschland Radio Kultur, published by Crystal Classics).
From Tashkent via Moscow, Cairo, Frankfurt am Main to Berlin. Inobat Akhmedova was born in Tashkent (Uzbekistan). There she attended the special music school at the Tashkent State Conservatory (violin and piano). Afterwards she studied at the State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow.
She was first violinist with the symphony orchestra of the Cairo Opera House. At this time she also worked as a guest professor for violin at the Academy of Arts in Cairo.
Inobat has lived and worked in Germany since 2005. She has travelled with orchestras throughout Europe, Japan, China and South America. She performs chamber music and solo concerts.