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<h2>Biography</h2>
Music taught Ulviya to overcome time and space. She was born in
Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, which is where she spent her youth.
She then lived in various foreign cities, like Damascus, Cairo and Paris, until she finally found her home in Munich

Her parents were involved in music, both were professors at the College of Music in Baku. Her father, Rasi Adullayew, was a famous Cellist and her mother a famous pianist. Therefore, she began her soloist career at a very young age.

As a child, Ulviya learned to play the piano and performed in front audiences.
Then, she studied music and performed even while being a student, often times together with her father. She went with her parents to Damascus, who were transferred to the College of Music there. There, she could often be seen and heard on Syrian TV, not only with her parents, but also as a soloist, with Beethoven or Grieg piano concerts.

The path to becoming a successful pianist of Azerbaijan was pretty clearly mapped out. However, she didn’t chose that path because she no longer felt free and at home in her country of birth. She no longer felt that she could be the person she imagined herself to be.

Therefore, she worked up the courage and gathered her belongings, in order to leave for the west, of which she had long dreamt, to start a new life.

In Munich, she made new friends. At the Music academy in Munich, she resumed her studies under the famous pianist, Yasuko Matsuda, and eventually under the wonderfully piano-virtuoso and teacher, Bernhard Endres, at the College in Nurnberg.

During her studies, she needed to work various temporary jobs, like being an usher at concerts in the Gasteig, to finance her living.

But then she discovered a whole new passion. She began to give piano lessons. With a lot of fun and energy, but above all with an inner conviction, she created a sound financial basis in her new home. Especially adult students appreciated her musical skills and teaching abilities.

 

That is how she created the possibility to have a more settled life, with plenty of time for her kids, instead of the life on the road, living out of a suitcase, as a pianist. Her daughter Anastasia deserves a lot of attention as a winner of the „Young Musicians“ prize. She is, at only eight years old, the youngest violin student at the Salzburg Mozarteum.

As Mother and daughter, they are already working together on concert programs. Ulviya has developed herself over the last years into an experienced accompanist. As such, she has been heard in many performances in recent years. She has even been committing herself more and more to chamber music.

One can rightfully say: After crossing many borders, Ulviya has finally found a place where she can feel at home.

Music taught Ulviya to overcome time and space. She was born in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, which is where she spent her youth.
She then lived in various foreign cities, like Damascus, Cairo and Paris, until she finally found her home in Munich.

Her parents were involved in music, both were professors at the College of Music in Baku. Her father, Rasi Adullayew, was a famous Cellist and her mother a famous pianist. Therefore, she began her soloist career at a very young age.

As a child, Ulviya learned to play the piano and performed in front audiences. Then, she studied music and performed even while being a student, often times together with her father. She went with her parents to Damascus, who were transferred to the College of Music there. There, she could often be seen and heard on Syrian TV, not only with her parents, but also as a soloist, with Beethoven or Grieg piano concerts.

The path to becoming a successful pianist of Azerbaijan was pretty clearly mapped out. However, she didn’t chose that path because she no longer felt free and at home in her country of birth. She no longer felt that she could be the person she imagined herself to be.

Therefore, she worked up the courage and gathered her belongings, in order to leave for the west, of which she had long dreamt, to start a new life.

In Munich, she made new friends. At the Music academy in Munich, she resumed her studies under the famous pianist, Yasuko Matsuda, and eventually under the wonderfully piano-virtuoso and teacher, Bernhard Endres, at the College in Nurnberg.

During her studies, she needed to work various temporary jobs, like being an usher at concerts in the Gasteig, to finance her living.

But then she discovered a whole new passion. She began to give piano lessons. With a lot of fun and energy, but above all with an inner conviction, she created a sound financial basis in her new home. Especially adult students appreciated her musical skills and teaching abilities.

That is how she created the possibility to have a more settled life, with plenty of time for her kids, instead of the life on the road, living out of a suitcase, as a pianist. Her daughter Anastasia deserves a lot of attention as a winner of the „Young Musicians“ prize. She is, at only eight years old, the youngest violin student at the Salzburg Mozarteum.

As Mother and daughter, they are already working together on concert programs. Ulviya has developed herself over the last years into an experienced accompanist. As such, she has been heard in many performances in recent years. She has even been committing herself more and more to chamber music.

One can rightfully say: After crossing many borders, Ulviya has finally found a place where she can feel at home.

<h2>Music</h2>
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Ulviya Abdullayeva und Rasim Abdullayev

Ernest Bloch – Shelomo Hebraic Rhapsody

7. September 2016

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Ulviya Abdullayeva

Edvard Grieg- Piano Concerto op. 16, a- moll

Damaskus 1993

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Anastasia Mishula (7), Violin und Ulviya Abdualyeva, Piano

Accolay Violin Concerto in A minor (2016)

Rubinstein Hall – Steinway-House Munich
2016

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Ulviya Abdullayeva; Ludwig van Beethoven- Piano Concerto  no. 4, G- Major, op. 58; Damascus, July 1994
<h2>Concerts</h2>

09.07.2017 Munich, Germany

Chamber music with Klaus von Saucken ( voice ) and Anastasia Mishula ( violine )

 

 

02.07.2017 Munich, Germany

 Intercultural Music Festival for refugees

 

 

28.06.2017 Munich, Germany

Koncert For Children at the Jewish Cultural Centre

 

 

25.06. 2017 Munich, Germany

Charity Koncert for refugees children with Anastasia Mishula ( violine )

 

 

24.06.2017 Munich, Germany 

Koncert for Syrian Community with Anastasia Mishula ( violine )

 

 

07.06.2017 Baku, Azerbaijan

Chamber music with Rasim Abdullayev ( cello ) and Anastasia Mishula ( violine )

 

 

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