The seventh international music festival Sharq Taronalari (Oriental Melodies) is continuing in the city of Samarkand.
The seventh international music festival Sharq Taronalari (Oriental Melodies) opened in the city of Samarkand on 26 August 2009, UzA reported.
Culture officials from South Korea and five Central Asian countries met in Seoul on Wednesday, holding their first discussion over a joint research project aimed at gathering and organizing little-known myths and folktales from Asia.
Fund Forum of Art and Culture of Uzbekistan developed a disc of national classic music “Tashkent: Voices and Sounds”, which is dedicated to the 2,200th anniversary of Tashkent city.
First participants of the seventh international music festival Sharq Taronalari (Oriental Melodies) have arrived in the city of Samarkand.
Aziza Mansurova, fourth-grade student of Tashkent children’s music and art school No.20, won in the 13th international Pro Piano Romania contest held in Bucharest in June.
Nihol annual awards in the field of art were presented to their winners on Friday in Tashkent. The solemn awarding ceremony was held at the Istiqlol palace, UzA reported.
Musicians, signers and bands from more than 60 countries have expressed wish to participate in the seventh international festival Sharq Taronalari, to be held in August in Samarkand.