By Laman Ismayilova
Azerbaijan’s young and famous violinist Nazrin Rashidova will give a concert at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace, London on November 20, Azertac reported.
The concert will feature works by great composer Mozart.
Nazrin Rashidova will perform together with Rufus Frowde (organ), who has been Organist and Assistant Director of Music at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace since 2003.
He appears on the Divine Art and Diversions labels and his numerous conducting appointments include Surrey Youth Choir and VIVAMUS. Alongside his conducting and playing he has recently become a part-time member of the academic staff at the Princess Helena College, Hitchin.
Nazrin's extensive repertoire encompasses almost 40 Concertos and over 300 Chamber and Virtuoso works.
Nazrin’s debut CD is a premiere recording of Leopold Godowsky's complete collection of works for violin and piano, recorded with pianist, Roderick Chadwick, and released in June 2013 on the NAXOS label.
She gives numerous concerts and recitals in the U.S.A, Denmark, France, Germany, Poland, Egypt, Oman, Japan and London at the Barbican, Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room, Kings Place, Guildhall, St. Martin-in-the–Fields, Cadogan Hall, St John’s Smith Square and Westminster Central Hall.
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