AKHP Public Lecture, Dushanbe: Formation of Personality Through Music: Simple Conversations and Complex Subjects
May 18th 2019, 11:00 am
Dilbar Khikmatovna Khakimova
Talabsho Sattorov Tajik National Conservatory
The way a pianist uses undertones and technical solutions are often interconnected with how that person understands music and their own self. The process of playing and training highlights the various sides of human individuality (both strong and weak), and such dialog facilitates formation of human personality.
Dilbar Khakimova will cover the the importance of in-depth and honest dialog between the musical script (composer) and its interpretation (by the performer) in the education of the young generation, as an efficient pedagogical approach to formation of personality. She will also present theoretical conclusions, and substantiate them with examples from her pedagogical experience.
Dilbar Khakimova is a distinguished Tajik pianist, and born to famous parents. Her father, Khikmat Abdullaevich Yuldashev, was the first Tajik architect who was accepted to the Union of Architects of USSR. He was also a Founding Member of the Academy of Sciences of Tajik SSR. He designed the “800th Anniversary of Moscow” Square near the Aini Opera and Ballet Theatre. Her mother, Sadinisso (Sofia) Khafizovna Khakimova, was an Honored Scientist of Tajikistan. She was the first Tajik woman to have received a doctorate degree in medicine, and a corresponding member of Academy of Medical Sciences of USSR and Academy of Sciences of Russia.
Dilbar Khakimova spent her school years at the Central School for Gifted Children of the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. In 1983, she successfully completed her assistantship at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. She worked as a teacher in Tajikistan, Russia, Republics of the former Soviet Union, Finland, Norway, Czechoslovakia, and Iran. Khakimova’s piano performances win admiration from music lovers, who acknowledge the depth, style and flawlessness of her performances. She is a seasoned professional, experienced teacher, author of many teaching aids for piano playing, and has produced several CDs. Her students have won awards at various international contests, and her piano master-classes have become important cultural events in and beyond Tajikistan.
Professor, Doctor of Philosophy
Acting Head and Faculty Development Programme Manager
Aga Khan Humanities Project
University of Central Asia
The lecture will be delivered in Russian.
Ismaili Centre, Dushanbe
47 Ismail Somoni Street
Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.