Sunday 18th June 2017 at 2.45pm. Venue opens at 2.15pm.
Marzia Hudajarova is the featured artist in this season’s Emerging Talent.
Born in 1989 in Baku, Azerbaijan, Marzia started having piano lesson at the age of six with prof. Adila Aliyeva at the conservatoire and private lessons with Prof. Tamila Guseyevna. At the school competitions, she received first prizes and was performing as a soloist and in chamber music. At the age of nine, Marzia and her family moved to the Netherlands. In 2001 she started having piano lessons with prof. Aalie Hutteman. In 2007 Marzia was admitted at the Prince Claus Conservatorium in Groningen where she studied with prof. Nata Tsvereli and was awarded her Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance in 2012. Marzia continued her Masters studies with prof. Paul Komen, as part of which she studied for three months as an exchange student at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.
She completed her Master’s Degree in 2014. In that same year she received a scholarship from Trinity Laban Conservatoire and several awards given by ‘The VSBfonds’, ‘Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds’ and ‘Andrea Elkenbracht Scholarship’ from the Netherlands to continue her studies in London where she completed a Postgraduate Artist Diploma with Prof. Deniz Gelenbe and Prof. Gabriele Baldocci.
Marzia participated in the ‘Prinses Christina Concours’ in the Netherlands and received the second prize in Groningen. She performed several times in ‘The Peter the Great Festival’ and ‘The Orlando Festival’.
Marzia has participated in master classes at the “Oxford Lieder Festival” given by Matti Hirvonen and recently in Wigmore Hall given by Roger Vignoles. She also received lessons and master classes by Tamara Poddubnaya, Ilona Timchenko, Vladimir Tropp, Macha Beloovsova, Igor Roma, Irene Russo, Bart van de Roer, Rian de Waal, Elena Richter, Jan Wijn, David Kuyken, Mila Baslawskaya, Theodore Paraschivesko, Martino Tirimo, Graham Johnson and Pascal Rogé.
This rising star’s programme includes Debussy – preludes Book 1, Beethoven’s Sonata No.12 and Schubert’s Four Impromptus.
Doors open & wine and coffee-bar from 2.15pm.
2.45pm on Sunday 18th June 2017
Tickets: £6 (UGT members £5)
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The venue has no wheelchair access but a Hearing Loop is available on request.