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Galia Bisengaliyeva

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Galia Bisengaliyeva – laureate of international competitions, scholarship of Presidential program “Bolashak”, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London on violin.

Galia’s parents – professional musicians. shis father – a famous Kazakh violinist Sagadat Bisengaliev, who died tragically in 1989. Galia began to study music with five years RSMSnamed after K. Baiseitova violin professors AA Abatova, N.M.Patrusheva. In 12 years, she won a grant at the Royal Academy of Music and Youth at the same time engaged in Denston College in the north of England

Her musical mentor M.Skiper writes: “I was immediately captivated enthusiasm and responsible attitude of Galia to their life choices. Her energy, her performance is incredible. She – the winner of many competitions, announced the winner of the Festival Musician 2004 Staffordshire County. Galia favorite British music lovers are always welcome in the most demanding and prestigious auditoriums. She closely examines the history and theory of music, its very interesting experiments in the field of composers. I am particularly pleased to say that I consider it an honor to be ranked Galiya brilliant, high-class professional, among his closest friends.”

Currently Galia leads active concert soloist of the Kazakh State Philharmonic named after Zhambyl. She was fortunate to productively collaborate with orchestras such as the Royal Symphony Orchestra of the Academy of Music, “Opera Sinfonia”, London Youth Orchestra, Shefildsky Chamber Orchestra, National Kazakh Symphony Orchestra, West Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra, concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of India under the leadership of the great conductors – Sir Colin Davis, Yan Pascal Tortilier, M.Elder, T.Pinok, Mansurov, A. Anisimov, V. Ashkenazy, I.Uidler, E.Bushkov, R.Salavatov V. Papyan .Participate in master classes – Vladimir Spivakov, A.Pavlovich, S.Rozenberg, T.Littl, M. Bisengaliev, T.Brandis, G.Pauk. Very warm on Galiya Bisengaliyeva, as talented young musicians of modern Kazakhstan wrote her professor Zvi Zeitlin: “Sounding violin Galia – it is always a memorable event for a long time, a great feast of the heart and soul!”.