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He's a peak performer. If he keeps this up, he'll probably climb other peaks altogether.... a talent that combines rigor and playfulness. Werner Theurich in Spiegel Online German-Uzbek pianist Nuron Mukumi was born in 1996 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He began playing the piano at the age of six, won 1st prize at the International Piano Competition for Russian Music in California at the age of seven, and 1st prize at the Uzbek Republic Youth Competition in Tashkent. In the same year he began conducting training and at the age of eight made his conducting debut with the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra performing Mozart's Piano Concerto in D minor, in which he also played the piano part. He studied with Prof. Lev Natochenny in Frankfurt am Main and in Zurich as well as with Marian Rybicki in Paris, was a scholarship holder of the Bad Homburger Schlosskonzerte Foundation and is currently studying with Prof. Hubert Rutkowski at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, where he will take his concert exam. For Prospero, Nuron has recorded Peter Tchaikovky's 18 Pieces for Piano, op. 72: The 18 multi-faceted, musically complex and virtuosic character pieces were written in May 1893 - just six months before Tchaikovky's death - and show a composer full of beans.
He's a peak performer. If he keeps this up, he'll probably climb other peaks altogether.... a talent that combines rigor and playfulness. Werner Theurich in Spiegel Online German-Uzbek pianist Nuron Mukumi was born in 1996 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He began playing the piano at the age of six, won 1st prize at the International Piano Competition for Russian Music in California at the age of seven, and 1st prize at the Uzbek Republic Youth Competition in Tashkent. In the same year he began conducting training and at the age of eight made his conducting debut with the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra performing Mozart's Piano Concerto in D minor, in which he also played the piano part. He studied with Prof. Lev Natochenny in Frankfurt am Main and in Zurich as well as with Marian Rybicki in Paris, was a scholarship holder of the Bad Homburger Schlosskonzerte Foundation and is currently studying with Prof. Hubert Rutkowski at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, where he will take his concert exam. For Prospero, Nuron has recorded Peter Tchaikovky's 18 Pieces for Piano, op. 72: The 18 multi-faceted, musically complex and virtuosic character pieces were written in May 1893 - just six months before Tchaikovky's death - and show a composer full of beans.
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He's a peak performer. If he keeps this up, he'll probably climb other peaks altogether.... a talent that combines rigor and playfulness. Werner Theurich in Spiegel Online German-Uzbek pianist Nuron Mukumi was born in 1996 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. He began playing the piano at the age of six, won 1st prize at the International Piano Competition for Russian Music in California at the age of seven, and 1st prize at the Uzbek Republic Youth Competition in Tashkent. In the same year he began conducting training and at the age of eight made his conducting debut with the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra performing Mozart's Piano Concerto in D minor, in which he also played the piano part. He studied with Prof. Lev Natochenny in Frankfurt am Main and in Zurich as well as with Marian Rybicki in Paris, was a scholarship holder of the Bad Homburger Schlosskonzerte Foundation and is currently studying with Prof. Hubert Rutkowski at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, where he will take his concert exam. For Prospero, Nuron has recorded Peter Tchaikovky's 18 Pieces for Piano, op. 72: The 18 multi-faceted, musically complex and virtuosic character pieces were written in May 1893 - just six months before Tchaikovky's death - and show a composer full of beans.
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