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Elmira Mirkasymova

Elmira Mirkasymova is a renowned pianist and teacher. She is currently a Professor of Piano at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan. 
Elmira Mirkasymova was born in Tashkent (Soviet Union, then Uzbekistan). She studied in Uspensky Music Lyceum for Gifted Children in the class of world-renown teacher Tamara Popovich. She continued her studies at the Moscow State Conservatory in the class of People’s Artist of the USSR Prof. Eliso Virsaladze, where she got her Masters and Doctorate Degrees. Mirkasymova is holding awards from USSR National Competition (Diploma), Uzbekistan National Competition (Grand Prix), International Chamber Ensemble Competition, Italy (3rd place). Since 1984, Dr. Elmira Mirkasymova has been teaching at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan, where she has taught thirty-one award winners of international and local competitions. Besides teaching, Dr. Mirkasymova enjoys performing as a soloist and chamber partner. Her concert programs include cycles of all L. van Beethoven’s Piano Concertos, W. A. Mozart’s, M. Ravel’s, and Liszt’s Piano Concertos, and numerous solo programs.

Elmira Mirkasymova
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Thoughts on Teaching

The Teacher It is of fundamental importance that the teacher carries a substantial volume of knowledge. Because we talk about music, the amount is truly inexhaustible. In addition to theory, which includes harmony and polyphony, and music history, which includes periods from the Baroque era to the 20th century, the teacher must master the sound …

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