These wards have been sounded lately on the representation at the theatre of dance “Fantasy”, which was held in Fergana. Our countryman, Yunus Gulzarov, read these words. Now he is a lieutenant colonel, chief of a military ensemble of songs and dance of the Tashkent higher boundary school. Having lived in the capital he arrived to his hometown to feature for his town’s people.
He’s got plenty of talents. He is a brilliant musician; he instantly conquers his audience (especially female part). He is so handsome and charming. When audience see Yunus Gulzarov, they often remember the ex president of the USA Bill Clinton. Their shapes are similar and they both like saxophone. His Tashkent fans say that this artist impresses more.
The name of Yunus Gulzarov is well known; a talented musician has won the preferences of many listeners. His performing career began in the late 1960's. It was a period when a number of musicians expressed interest to the saxophone, to the problems that the performers and educators faced, during the development of this instrument.
"Yunus Gulzarov is one of the professionals, whose playing manner features bright artistry, incredible temperament, great sound and great sense of form. Magnetism of its scenic charm combined with the creatively different interpretations of classical music, the connection of academic traditions with spectacular pop playing style immediately resonate with the most diverse audience: whether in the Great Hall of the Conservatory, a military unit or a house of mercy", once said Vladimir Spivakov about Yunus Gulzarov.
The concert in the Large hall of the Tashkent conservatory made sincere interest for audience. It was the first time in the history of music life in our capital when saxophone was played in classical ensemble. Simultaneously there was the 1-st play of works of 2 different author s, styles and music directions for the concert. There were plays for saxophone by Alexander Glazunov and sonatas for saxophone and piano by modern American composer Pole Creston. They have sounded in interpretation of the well-known enthusiastic musician Yunus Gulzarov (saxophone) and Adiba Sharipova (piano).
Perhaps, there is no person on the Earth that is indifferent to music. Each of us has his own attitude towards musical instruments. Somebody likes guitar,
Dossier: Gulzarov Yunus was born on the 23 of April, 1953 in Tomsk. Since his childhood has seriously keen on music, in 1973 he graduated from the Fergana School of Music. Since 1970 has worked as a head pop and jazz orchestra in the Fergana house officers. In 1978, he graduated from the Tashkent State Conservatory named after Ashrafi. From 1981 to 1993 worked as a head of the department of the Tashkent Music School named after Hamza, and from 1993 to 1995 A show exemplary soloist Orchestra of the
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