Zaure Zaharova

Zaure Zaharova

Zaure Zharova studied at the Central Music School and the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory under Prof. Alexander Vinnitsky. Since 2011 she is the teacher at the Central Music School. Her students are scholarship holders of Rozum, Spivakov and Rostropovich foundations and are winners of international and regional competitions. Zaure Zharova prizewinner at the international competitions: DEMYUKS, Eurasia - 2004, D. Oistrakh, Astana, Tolyatti, Uralsk, etc. She gives the concerts in Austria, Germany, Israel, Finland, Luxembourg, China, Sweden, Cambodia, Kazakhstan, Belorussia and Russian cities.

Since 2012 she is a member of the string quartet "ZAMM - quartet" (the First Violin) that in August 2012 became a Grand Prix winner at the International Beethoven competition (Austria). As a member of the quartet she played at "Aurora Chamber Music Festival" (Sweden), in 2013 she took part in the XI International Music Festival "The Universe of the sound", performs at the Ancient Music Festival "Music Art of Russia and Europe in VI-XIII centuries", at the project "The Night of Arts" in the Museum of Musical Culture named after M. Glinka.

In 2014 Zharova Z.B. became a Grand Prix winner at the Festival of Music Teachers "Recognition" in the nomination "Master-Virtuoso". She has got the Award of Moscow Government in culture in the nomination "Young specialist". In 2015 she was the member of the board of adjudicators at the TV Festival- Contest "Russian Talents", and gave the master classes in the framework of the Festival.