Muzaffar Muidinov grew up in a family of musicians and has begun to play the piano at the age of 7 in the Arts and Music School in Tchernogolovka. After studying with F. Dubowitsky at the music school, he continued his further studies at the Academic Music College at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, in the class of T. Direktorenko (2008-2012). Since 2012, he studied at the University of Music and Theater Hamburg (Germany) under the tutelage of prof. E. Koroliov.
From the very early age he won prizes in many important competitions: in 2007 he became 1st prize winner of the competition Music at the Edge of XIX–XX Century in Kotelnikovo, 2nd prize winner of the Merzlyakovka competition in Moscow (2009) and in 2011 he won the famous competition Muzykalnyj Almaz in Moscow. Furthermore, he was the participant of the Forum of the Russian pianists Breakthrough (2009).
A very active concert life in Russia and Germany proves his creative work. He performed a lot in his home city of Tchernogolovka as well as in Moscow. From 2010 to 2012, he was deeply engaged in the projects of the International V. Spivakov Charity Foundation, for which he performed a lot of concerts. Every summer from 2009 to 2014, he also gave solo recitals in Neubiberg, Germany. Since this year, he has also been a participant of the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now charity campaign. He gathered lot of experience while working as a pianist and accompanist in the Baltic Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, while performing with them at such venues as the Berlin Philharmonic, Warsaw Philharmonic, Kurhaus Wiesbaden and Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival.
Since 2015, Muzaffar studied in the class of prof. Hubert Rutkowski. In May 2015 he won the 1st prize in the Elise-Meyer Competition in Hamburg and in June 2015 he became the winner of the Steinway Furtherance Prize in Hamburg. In May 2016, he and his duo partner soprano Johanna Will won the Gustav Mahler Songs' Competition held by the Rochna Foundation. In summer 2020, Muzaffar began his master's studies at the Hamburg University of Music and Theater with prof. H. Rutkowski.
Sep 22 19:55 - 20:45
Lithuanian National Philharmonic (Aušros vartų st. 5)