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NAZRIN RASHIDOVA

The Azerbaijani-born British violin virtuoso, soloist, recitalist, chamber musician and orchestral director Nazrin Rashidova made her solo debut at the age of three in Baku, and was awarded a Gold Medal by the Cairo Opera House for an exceptional violin recital three years later. In 2008 she established FeMusa Orchestra, Britain’s first female chamber orchestra in 70 years. Rashidova was accepted to the Royal Academy of Music at the age of 15, studying with Erich Gruenberg, Felix Andrievsky and Lydia Mordkovitch.

A prizewinner at several international competitions, she has broadcast internationally, played for royalty and other dignitaries, and also performed in the US, Japan, Europe and the Middle East. Rashidova’s recordings for Naxos—works for violin and piano by Godowsky (8.573058) and Moszkowski (8.573410)—were acclaimed by The Strad and Gramophone magazines. Her fourth album, Carnival, was released in 2016 on First Hand Records. Comprising popular classical works newly arranged for the violin and guitar, it was acclaimed by The Strad, Fanfare and Classical Guitar Magazine.

Rashidova is pursuing a PhD at the Royal Academy of Music, where her research explores Émile Sauret and his 24 Études-Caprices. Her world premiere recording series of these works comprises four volumes. The first, released on Naxos in 2017 was featured on BBC Radio 3, and was also selected as a Critic’s Choice in American Record Guide. The remaining three volumes were recorded on the c. 1685 ‘Sauret’ Stradivari violin, kindly loaned to her by John Ludlow, and have been critically acclaimed by The Strad, Ritmo and Fanfare magazines.

For more information, visit www.nazrin.co.uk.

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