Performing Ligeti’s

Marat Gumarov

Marat Gumarov graduated from the Tashkent State Conservatory in 1982, where he became a piano faculty in 1986. From 1995 to 1998, he served there as an Associate Dean. From 1998 to 2006, he held the academic position of Associate Professor, and, since 2006, he has been serving as a Professor of Piano at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan, where, from 2013 till 2019, he served as a Chair of Piano Department. During his tenure, he taught a number of prize winners of international competitions as well as served as a judge in various international competitions in Lithuania, Kazakhstan, France, and Italy, among others. Prof. Gumarov successfully combines his pedagogical work with performing as a soloist and chamber musician. Prof. Gumarov uses his vast pedagogical and performing experience in his methodological publications, and also takes part in international scientific and practical conferences.

Marat Gumarov
Performing Ligeti’s

Performing Ligeti’s “Hungarian Rock” on a piano.

  The undisputed musical value and great source for technical development within Gyorgy Ligeti’s pieces for harpsichord make them a great addition to the repertoire. These pieces were written for the French harpsichordist Elisabeth Chojnacka and have survived the test of time. To me, Ligeti’s harpsichord pieces can be performed on the modern piano with …

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