Lively melodies of youthWithin the framework of the “Breath of Spring” international festival of art, a concert by the youth symphony orchestra of Uzbekistan has taken place in the “Ozbekistion” palace of international forums.
The concert was arranged by the Kamolot public youth movement in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of Uzbekistan, and it was attended by representatives of ministries and departments, representatives of artistic and public organizations, students and music enthusiasts.
Special attention is being given by President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to the upbringing of the younger generation. Practical measures are being taken to reliably protect them from various alien ideas.
These attention and measures are broadly supported by the country’s people.
Various artistic projects, contests and art festivals held regularly every year show that Uzbekistan has so many young talents. Hundreds of young Uzbek musicians have successfully participated in international contests in foreign countries and won prizes.
The youth symphony orchestra is made up of talented young musicians. A majority of them have won prizes in republican and international contests.
This artistic group directed by Kamoliddin Orinboyev, a merited artiste of the Republic of Uzbekistan, have successfully participated in many contests, art marathons, concerts, festivals of art and projects directed towards raising the morality of young people and their musical culture.
“Care and attention being provided for young people can be seen clearly in the example of this artistic group. Through these kinds of art projects, young people of Uzbekistan are proving that they have great potential and talent and that they are second to none,” says Rustam Abdullayev, the chairman of the Composers Union of Uzbekistan.
At this concert, Uzbek and world composers’ compositions of music were performed. Spectators enjoyed an aria from the “Turandot” opera by Giacomo Puccini, an episode from the “Don Quixote” ballet by Ludwig Minkus, a song entitled “Granada” by Augustine Lara, a song entitled “Happiness” by Anvar Ergashev and a song entitled “Longing” by Shuhrat Zokirov.
The country’s unique landscape and beautiful spring images were shown through monitors on the stage, harmoniously complementing the concert.
Nazokat Usmonova, photo by Temur Mamadaminov, UzA