13.09.2024 | 20:00 | Die Glocke/Kleiner Saal

Andalusian Romance | Bremen, Deutschland


In the early 20th century, despite the loss of colonies and a serious political crisis, Spain experienced an unprecedented boom and popularization of its culture, which caused a real explosion in European musical circles. Spanish composers and performers were highly esteemed by the most discerning and demanding European critics. The works and creativity of masters such as Albéniz, de Falla, Cassadó, Sarasate, and Casals are considered masterpieces of world musical culture.

Tamilla Guliyeva is an Azerbaijani-German pianist hailing from a musical family. At the age of 6, she began her piano studies at the Music High School for Gifted Children in her hometown of Baku, where she also completed her concert examination with the highest honors in 2004.

She participated in various master classes with renowned musicians such as Bella Davidovich, Mstislav Rostropovich, Tabea Zimmermann, Naum Starkman, the Faure Quartet, the Minguet Quartet, and others. During this time, her talent was further nurtured through competitions and awards, ultimately confirming her exceptional abilities with numerous prizes.

In 2004, the young pianist moved to Germany, where she pursued further studies at the Folkwang University of Music in Essen. After completing her studies in Essen, she continued her international pianistic career, receiving support from various foundations such as the Thuringian Summer Music Academy, the Werner Richard-Dr. Carl Dörken Foundation, and the concert series "Best of NRW." During this period, she also became a finalist at the German Music Competition in Bonn.

Tamilla is frequently engaged as a pianist for master classes by world-renowned and acclaimed musicians. She regularly performs throughout Europe as a solo pianist and as a member of various chamber music ensembles.

She is a member of Musica Camerata Lüdinghausen and regularly conducts master classes in Germany, Croatia, and Macedonia as part of the Ohrid Summer Music Festival.

Since 2007, she has been employed at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen.

13.09.2024 20:00


Die Glocke/ Kleiner Saal, Domsheide 6-8