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The Solemn Opening of The Exhibition Mosaic of Feelings

posted 19 Mar 2012, 06:30 by Webmaster Ambasciata

In the photo: At the exhibition.

The Center of National Arts hosted the solemn opening of the exhibition “Mosaic of feelings” by famous Uzbek painter, Honored Mentor of Youth of Uzbekistan Hikmat Jalilov.

About a hundred paintings: portraits, landscapes, still lifes and genre scenes by the artist were presented at the opening of the exhibition. Bright and colorful works which permeated with love for his native land, its generous and hardworking people were also presented at the exhibition.

The National Arts Centre has been formed under the auspices of the Fund Forum in Zarqaynar, Tashkent and will mark its five years in April 2012. Dozens of exhibitions of Uzbek and foreign artists are traditionally held in Uzbekistan and the organization of art markets by artists from all parts of our country has become a traditional event.

It needs to be noted that the Center has become a place of spirituality and enlightenment, and propagandist for our culture!


Navruz 2012 Exhibition Held

posted 15 Mar 2012, 06:01 by Webmaster Ambasciata

An exhibition of creative works of the masters of applied art Navruz 2012 was organized at the Central Exhibition Hall of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan.

The chairman of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, People’s Artist A.Nuriddinov, art historian A.Hakimov and others spoke at the opening of the event.

A number of projects aimed at the development of applied arts and crafts, revival of national schools and methods, continution of the master-apprentice traditions are being implemented in Uzbekistan.

A special attention in this process is focused on the creativity of talented artists, representatives of famous dynasties, continuing the centuries-old traditions of their ancestors and acquintance of young people with their spiritual heritage.

The exhibition presents the examples of the works of master craftsmen who are proud of the Uzbek national applied art.

Among them are the works of such well-known artisans like chitgar (cotton, calico-printer) Abdurakhmon Abdug’ofurov, master of musical instruments Usmon Zufarov and ganchkor (wood carver) Toshpulat Arslonqulov.

These art works, stored by leading museums of Uzbekistan were exhibited also in the prestigious world exhibitions.


Days of Contemporary Japanese Films being Held in Tashkent

posted 15 Mar 2012, 05:13 by Webmaster Ambasciata

Days of Contemporary Japanese Films is being held in Tashkent on 13-17 March. The event is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and Japan.

The event was organized by the Japanese Embassy in Uzbekistan, Japan Fund and Uzbekkino national agency at the support of Fund Forum.

At the opening ceremony, the Acting General Director of the National Agency of Uzbekkino A.Iskhakov stressed that relations between Uzbekistan and Japan, as in other spheres is consistently developing in the field of culture and art.

Cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan in the field of cinematography is expanding. Filmmakers of the two states are actively taking part in the festivals carried out in Uzbekistan and Japan.

The Days of Contemporary Japanese Films will present five films, which tells about family relations, life style and current days in Japan.

Among them are the films “Vanko – story about me, my family and my dog”, “Hotel of Hibiscus” and “The shortest letter of mother”.


Anticipated premiere at Alisher Navoi State Academic Grand Theater

posted 2 Mar 2012, 02:28 by Webmaster Ambasciata

Breathtaking events and desperate actions of heroes of the opera Troubadour by the renowned Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) have been unfolded before the audience in the all-liked Alisher Navoi State Academic Grand Theater. The play that for its life has been staged for thousands time all across the globe, was presented with the capital audience and its guests in a new interpretation.
The opera Troubadour is considered one of the major and popular products of Giuseppe Verdi along with Traviata and Rigoletto. The play was premiered in the Rome’s Appolo Theater in 1853. Soon after the premiere the opera was performed all throughout the globe winning the hearts of people of many generations. Libretto to the opera was written by the Italian playwright Salvatore Cammarano (1801 - 1852).
Story on heroes of the Middle Ages, brave knights and beautiful ladies, struggle between good and evil, love and hate, revenge and forgiveness is topical even today. Stunning plot captivates the attention of the audience from the first minute of the play whom with a sinking heart anticipate the outcome and see the opera with bated breath. No other way, as talented artists from one of the best theater troupes of the country have been involved in this play.
The production group consists of celebrated figures of culture and art of Uzbekistan, including those People’s Artists Dilbar Abdurahmonova and Sulaymon Shodmonov, Honored Worker of Art Fazliddin Yoqubjonov, as well as People’s Artist of Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan Firudin Safarov – production director of the opera Troubadour who has supplemented the world-popular play with new artistic elements.
“The plot of the play is filled with all-absorbing hate and big love. The presence of these two opposites intensifies its effect meant to make the audience to think over. In my opinion, it is quite important for that after the play people could think about serious life issues and draw some important conclusions. I suppose this is the main assignment of theater stagings – spectators are not only take a delight from the play, but think about its purport, and what the author of the play wanted to say,” says Firudin Safarov. “It is barely possible to add something new to the product that was staged thousands time. However, I tried to underscore the main idea of the play on that revenge is useless and destroy everything round, as where the hate exists there is no place for love. For to make the plot clear to the audience and let them to see the sources of all further actions I have added a prologue that the play had no previously. In the end of the play I put a question for that people could make a decision on the finale by themselves.”
Clear voices of performers get the feel of roles, mastery of musicians, as well as musical compositions decorated the opera with special charm and expressiveness, turned the premiere bright and impressive.
“Troubadour is a unique play which is brightly expressed the path from beginning to end. In similar opera every soloist dreams to perform his part, as all characters are inimitable,” considers the musical director and conductor Dilbar Abdurahmonova. “We always try to play the product at the highest level for to meet the status of the academic grand theater.”

Music Education Develops

posted 2 Mar 2012, 02:12 by Webmaster Ambasciata

In accordance with the state program on strengthening material-technical base and further improve the children’s music and art schools, education in the field of music and arts is improving and strengthening the material-technical base of the respective agencies also in Andijan region.

The regional music and art schools situated in the buildings specially constructed for them acquired modern look.

Today, 27 children’s music and art schools operate in the system of public education. Over the past three years, children’s art and music schools placed into operation were provided with all the necessary musical instruments, 45 names of textbooks and music collections, furniture and equipments.

Here, 3438 students are taught by about 530 specialists in more than ten of music and art directions.

Only in the current academic year, 50 students of music and art schools of the region took part in various competitions of the national level and took honorable places.

Choir of music and art school number 18 of Jalakuduk district, students Saidakhon Sobirova, Ismoiljon Ashurov became the winners of the national festival of children’s creative groups Bolalik bahori.

And 13 students of the school won the traditional national contest named Muhiddin Qoriyoqubov.

In addition, 20 pupils of such schools of the region took part at the national stages of the contest Yangi Avlod 2011.



posted 26 Feb 2012, 06:37 by Doston Omonov   [ updated 2 Mar 2012, 02:15 by Webmaster Ambasciata ]

A concert devoted to the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Uzbekistan and China was held in Turkistan Palace on 5-6 February.

The friendship and art evening entitled “Joyful Spring Festival” is organized in cooperation with the Embassy of China in Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

At the opening of the concert, the Minister of Culture and Sports Tursunali Kuziyev, charge d’affaires of the People’s Republic of Uzbekistan, Zhang Wei emphasized that cooperation between our countries is consistently developing in all areas, particularly in the cultural sphere.

Culture and art have always contributed to strengthen friendship between nations. Cultural ties consistently developing between Uzbekistan and China, exchange of experience in science, education, culture and art serve for this noble goal.

For example, artists of China regularly take part and win prizes in the international music festival traditionally held in Samarkand.

The Uzbekistan Culture Days held in China in 2011 play an important role in acquainting Chinese with the rich culture and art of our people.

A concert of famous Chinese art collective Liuzhou, which is united nearly 30 artists and the practical result of developing cultural relations, was organized in connection with the 20th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between our two countries in Tashkent.

Performers of China visited the Independence Square, laid flowers to the Monument of Independence and Humanism and got acquainted with the large-scale work on building and landscaping held under the leadership of the head of the state.

They also visited the State museum of Timurids history, where they examined the exhibits, telling about the life of Amir Temur and his descendants.

During the visit, Chinese artists will visit the city of Samarkand and specialized educational institutions of music and art in Tashkent.


06-02-12 - Events dedicated to Alisher Navoi’s 571th anniversary being held

posted 26 Feb 2012, 06:36 by Doston Omonov


These days, various round table discussions, meetings and literary evenings dedicated to the 571th anniversary of great poet and thinker Alisher Navoi are being conducted in the country. 

One of such events was held in Navoi State Pedagogical Institute. Creators, teachers and students of the institute, as well as members of the public took part in it. 

It was noted at the event that the great poet’s works favor the formation and strengthen in mind of young people sense of love for Motherland, respect for national values, and their harmonious education. 

Navoi’s poems and other works, stages based on the motives of his works were presented and sounded at the event. 


31-01-12 - Symphonic music concert held at State Conservatory

posted 26 Feb 2012, 06:35 by Doston Omonov   [ updated 26 Feb 2012, 06:35 ]


The concert program with the participation of German opera conductor David Koulman and pupil of the Republican Specialized Musical Academic Lyceum named after Victor Uspenskiy Laylo Rikhsiyeva and the National symphonic orchestra collective of Uzbekistan was presented at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan.

Fund Forum of Culture and Arts of Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Culture and Sports together with a number of creative and public organizations successfully realize set of the creative projects directed on the development of musical taste and abilities of young generation. 

Contests and festivals Yangi avlodAsrlar sadosiKelajak ovozi, master classes with the participation of actors-instructors and composers are also among them.

One of such projects is the symphonic music concert held at the Conservatory.

D.Koulman is known in many countries of the world as the virtuosic musician, composer and conductor. For several years, cooperates fruitfully with the Uzbek musicians and creative collectives.

The youngest participant of the musical event Laylo Rikhsiyeva is the prize-winner of the international Nikolai Rubinstein competition for young pianists held in France in 2008, and also the international competitions Pietro Argento in Italy and Virtouzi passed in Czech Republic in 2009.

Musical compositions of the Uzbek and World composers were sounded in the concert.


22/12/11 - Yangi avlod 2011 awarding ceremony held

posted 19 Jan 2012, 05:39 by Ambasciata Uzbekistan

A gala concert dedicated to the awarding ceremony of the winners of Yangi avlod – 2011 festival was held at the Istiqlol palace on 19 December.

The event was organized by the Fund “Forum of Culture and Arts of Uzbekistan” jointly with the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the children’s organization Kamalak.

The representatives of education, culture and arts, teachers, parents and community representatives as well as participants of the final stage of the festival have participated in the ceremony.

The Fund “Forum of Culture and Arts of Uzbekistan” provides support in implementing various projects aimed at ensuring the rights and interests of children, identifying creative and intellectual potential of the younger generation.

The festival was held in high spirit. Over 26 thousand boys and girls from across the country have demonstrated their skills in such areas like playing musical instruments, dancing, fine and applied arts as well as in literature.

The winners were identified and awarded with diplomas and memorable gifts.


21/11/11 - Bazaar-Art exhibition and fair opens

posted 19 Jan 2012, 05:39 by Ambasciata Uzbekistan

The ninth exhibition and fair of the traditional and decorative art Bazaar-Art. Autumn 2011 opened in Tashkent.

The event has been organized by the Fund “Forum of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan” and a number of other organizations.

During the three-day exhibition, its participants may not only get acquainted with samples of art of Uzbekistan, but also purchase the items they like.

Obidjon Nazrullayev, representative of the Gijduvan ceramists dynasty (Bukhara region), is presenting more than 50 own works. The graduate of the Kamoliddin Behzod National Institute of Arts and Design now has many students himself.

“This exhibition is a great opportunity to demonstrate our work and get familiar with the creativity of other masters, as well as learn the demand of the public for the items we create,” he told UzA.

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