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Emil Kadirov dedicates Moscow concert to memory of Muslim Magomayev

27 June 2017 [13:42] - TODAY.AZ

By Azernews

By Laman Ismayilova

Azerbaijani singer Emil Kadirov dedicated a concert in Moscow to the memory of Muslim Magomayev.

The concert titled "Love, you are friend with hate" was held in the "Gradsky Hall", Report. az reported.

He sang songs from the repertoire of Muslim Magomayev as "The Sea", "Thank You" and others.

The young singer also presented his new album "Love, you are friend with hate," whose main song with the same name is written on poems of Leyla Aliyeva. He performed songs in Russian, Azerbaijani, English and Spanish.

Announcing the song "Veten" before the Russian audience, Kadirov noted that he was born in Azerbaijan and never lost ties with his homeland.

"I am Azerbaijani and I am proud of it," he said.

On the eve of the concert, an exhibition "Silk Stories" was opened in the foyer of the concert hall, where old Azerbaijani kerchiefs were displayed. It was noted that the production of kelagai is a traditional art of Azerbaijani artisans, national headgear of Azerbaijani women, and since 2014 it was included by the UNESCO in the list of the intangible heritage of mankind.

Emil Kadirov (baryton) left the Music school ? 2 named after Rashid Beibutov specializing in guitar playing.

In 2012 Emil was invited to participate in the “Romansiada” contest of young vocalists, performers of Russian romance where he became a finalist and afterwards he was nominated as one of award holders.

During the period of 2012-2014 Emil took part in numerous musical competitions and contests and everywhere he became one of the principle prize winners . 


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