Vladimir Zosimovich Chakhvadze ( January 21, 1933 , Tbilisi ) - Russian cellist , Honored Artist of the Russian Federation ( 2004 ), professor , concert musician - cellist and teacher . The author of three books, and over 30 scientific articles, he taught at the Tashkent and Novosibirsk Conservatories, currently working at the Magnitogorsk Conservatory .
|Vladimir Zosimovich Chakhvadze|
|Date of Birth||January 21, 1933 (86 years)|
|Place of Birth||Tbilisi , Georgian SSR , USSR|
|A country|| the USSR |
|Professions||cellist , music teacher|
Father - Zosim Fedorovich Chakhvadze (1898-1938), a professor at the Tbilisi University, one of the founders of the school of Georgian statistics. Mother - Olga Timofeevna Chakhvadze (nee Finchenko; 1907–1980), wife and secretary of Zosim Fedorovich Chakhvadze.
A graduate of the Tashkent State (class of professor G.V. Vasilyev) and performing graduate school of Novosibirsk (class of professor G.I. Pecker ) conservatories. He played with symphony orchestras conducted by outstanding conductors. He performed with solo and chamber concerts in two parts, and also as a soloist-concertmaster of the symphony orchestra of the State Academic Bolshoi Theater of Uzbekistan named after A. Navoi in Tashkent, Novosibirsk, Moscow, Tbilisi, cities of the Caucasus Mineral Waters, Siberia, the Southern Urals and Trans-Urals. The All-Union Firm “Melody” released records with recording solo programs and performing solos in the ballets of the composers of Uzbekistan.
Later, V.Z. Chakhvadze began working at the Magnitogorsk Conservatory , performing concerts in Magnitogorsk , Chelyabinsk , Novosibirsk , Tolyatti .
Research and teaching
V. Z. Chakhvadze’s scientific and teaching activities are aimed at establishing a close connection between the theory of performance and the process of playing music and teaching practice. Working at the Novosibirsk, Tashkent and Magnitogorsk conservatories as a teacher of special instrument classes, a quartet and a chamber ensemble, he conducts classes with students and assistant trainees, and lectures on courses on the teaching methods of stringed bow instruments and the history of stringed art.
Professor V.Z. Chakhvadze trained quite a few specialists who successfully work in Russia, in the republics of the former USSR and abroad (USA, Australia, Germany, Israel, etc.).
- Three monographs: "An integrated approach to work on a musical work", "Technology of pizzicato performance on the cello", "Essays on problematic issues of modern methods of teaching on string-stringed instruments" (Tashkent; Magnitogorsk, 2006).
- Essays on the problematic issues of the system of music education in Russia, modeled on the Moscow Conservatory, and its continuity in peripheral conservatories. Prince 2. - Tashkent; Magnitogorsk, 2009.
- Essays on problematic issues of teaching methods on stringed instruments. - Tashkent; Magnitogorsk, 2006.
- On some scientific fundamentals of teaching methods on musical instruments // Problems of the musical science of Uzbekistan. - Fan, 1973.
- On the scientific approach to musical pedagogy // Questions of musical pedagogy. - Novosibirsk, 1973.
- Attention is the most important psychological factor in increasing the effectiveness of practicing a musical instrument. Theoretical problems of Uzbek music. - Tashkent State University, 1976.
- Typical shortcomings of cello hands and their elimination // Methodology of teaching musical disciplines. - Tashkent: Uki-tuvchi, 1979.
- The theoretical foundations of the “Davydovskaya inclination of the bow” and its use when playing chords on the cello // Methodological notes of the music school named after V. A. Uspensky. - Vol. 2. - Tashkent: Mehnat, 1993.
- The dependence of "power" playing the cello on the state of the musical instrument // Methodological notes of the music school named after V. A. Uspensky. - Vol. 6. - Tashkent: Fan, 1997.
- F. Druzhinin - the custodian of the traditions of the Russian school of the Moscow Conservatory. - Magnitogorsk , 2006.
- about 30 scientific articles.
Awards and titles
- Merited Artist of the Russian Federation (2004)