Conductor from Uzbekistan performed at the anniversary festival of classical music Miami Music Festival
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) — A 17-year-old conductor from Uzbekistan Asadbek Ayubjonov became a participant in the 10th anniversary classical music festival Miami Music Festival. This was reported by the press service of the Fund for Culture and Art of Uzbekistan.
Asadbek Ayubjonov is a conductor and violinist from Termez. He has been playing the violin and conducting since the age of 7. He received his musical education at the Republican Specialized Music School named after V. Uspensky, conducts the orchestra of the Uzbek State Conservatory.
According to the organizers of the Miami Music Festival, Asadbek made a splash among the audience and professionals, presenting to the public his vision of Mozart’s Symphony No. 38, Haydn’s Symphony No. 99 and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4.
The Miami Music Festival also hosted a series of master classes in which the young conductor took an active part.
Asadbek Ayubjonov’s performance at the festival was supported by the Fund for the Development of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan.