Dr. Nargiz Aliyarova

Dr. Aliyarova… is clearly a dynamo who combines excellent pianistic skills and artistry with her role as presenter and educator.
From East to West by Rorianne Schrade
New York Concert Review

professor, pianist, president and founder of
National Music & Global Culture Society

Silk Routes Concert

On 27th of December at 12:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Independence Day of Azerbaijan at Bruno Walter Auditorium

On 2nd of June at 7:00 PM


- Azer Damirov (violin)

Music of Silk Road at Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage

On 12th of April at 6:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Piano Evenings with David Dubal at Christ and Saint Stephen's Church

On 24th of March at 8:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Concert of ACMA at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

On 21st of March at 7:30 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Concert of ACMA at National Opera Center

On 29th of February at 2:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Concert dedicated to Black History Month at St. Mark's Church

On 16th of February at 4:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)
- Stephen Salters (baritone)

Concert dedicated to Black January at Women’s National Democratic Club

On 15th of January at 6:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)
- Azer Damirov (violin)

Concert at Howard Theatre (Washington DC)

On 21st of November at 8:00 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Contents Chopin - Waltz C# Minor (3.5 min.)
Rachmaninoff - Elegy (5 min.)
Lecuona Malagueña - 4 min.
Kara Karayev - The Most Beautiful Beauty from ballet “7 Beauties” (3.5 min.)
Kara Karayev - Dance of Passionate Girl from ballet “The Path of Thunder” (1.5 min.)
Sudjaddinov - Ballad About Motherland (4 min.)
Badalbeyli - The Sea (3.5 min.)

From East to West at Bulgarian Cultural Center

On 12th of November at 6:30 PM


- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)
- Blagomira Lipari (violin)
- Sergey Antonov (cello)

Contents F. Chopin - Cello sonata in G minor, op. 65
S. Rachmaninoff - Piano Trio no 1 in G minor Elegiaque
J. Higdon - Piano Trio Pale Yellow
G. Zlatev-Cerkin - Sevdana
K. Karaev -The most Beautiful Beauty

Chamber Music Concert at Prior-Jollek Hall, St. Thomas, USVI

On 19th of October at 8:00 PM


- Byungchan Lee (violin)
- Cameron Grozman (cello)
- Nargiz Aiyarova (piano)

Contents J. Haydn - Piano trio in G Minor, Hob.XV:19
S. Rachmaninoff - Elegiaque N.1 in G Minor
L. Beethoven - Trio N.3 in C Minor
K. Karayev - The Most Beautiful Beauty (waltz)

Chamber Music Concert at National Opera Center

On 4th of October at 7:00 PM


- Jamal Aliyev (cello)
- Nargiz Aliyarova (piano)

Contents Johann Sebastian Bach
Joseph Haydn
Frédéric Chopin
Fazıl Say
Fikret Amirov

The Biography


New York-based artist Nargiz Aliyarova is an international pianist and professor. Since her first concert at the age of nine, Aliyarova has been on stage as a soloist, collaborative musician as well as a performer with chamber and symphonic orchestras in over 40 cities around the world. Her repertoire includes music ranging from baroque to contemporary.

Aliyarova was awarded a diploma for “Outstanding contribution to the legacy of Chopin” by the Government of Poland in 2010. She has produced five CDs, three of which were released by the Belgian Recording company Etcetera.

In 2008, Aliyarova was named a Laureate in the Pietro Argento 11th International Competition held in Italy. In the same year, she was declared "Honored Artist of the Azerbaijan Republic". Aliyarova has participated in international festivals including the 48th International Contemporary Music Congress (Darmstadt, Germany); IV, VI, and VIII U.Hajibeyli International Festival; “Silk Way”; and III and VI Gabala International Festival, “Phonex” (Cologne, Germany).

Nargiz Aliyarova is a Doctor of Art and Professor, as well as an author of more than 20 scholarly articles and several books. She has been teaching piano and chamber music at Baku Music Academy for twenty-five years and has been a member of Azerbaijan State Piano Trio for fifteen years.

Aliyarova currently has an active piano studio in Manhattan's Upper-East Side. She is president and founder of The National Music & Global Culture Society, which aims to be the bridge for connecting communities to global and multinational culture through classical music. She is also president of The Zonta Club of New York - a global women's organization.

Nargiz Aliyarova's Piano Studio


Dr. Nargiz Aliyarova is an internationally performing musician who is passionate about investing in the artistic development of her pupils.

Professor Aliyarova has over 25 years of teaching experience, she taught at Baku Music Academy in Azerbaijan. She enjoys helping students with various levels of training achieve new heights in their technical mastery and artistry.

She also has been teaching piano as an after school activity at The International School of Azerbaijan for fifteen years.

She taught future professional piano player as well as to amateurs.

Dr. Aliyarova currently maintains a private piano studio in New York City; she is based in Upper East Side.

If you would like more information regarding piano lessons, master classes, and/or studio openings, please contact: aliyarovanargiz@gmail.com

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