National musician awarded with the highest decoration of France


By Laman Ismayilova

Famous Azerbaijani musician Adila Aliyeva was awarded in France, reports Azernews.

By decree of French President Emmanuel Macron dated July 13, 2022, Honored Artist Adila Aliyeva was awarded the Legion of Honor, known as France’s highest decoration.

The decree, signed on the eve of French national holidays, indicates that the pianist, founder of the classical music festival, was rewarded for her services in the musical field.

He has lived in Annamite, France, for over 20 years. She has successfully toured over 50 countries including England, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, etc.

The pianist mainly performs works by such prominent domestic composers as Gara Garayev, Jovdat Hajiyev, Tofig Guliyev, Arif Malikov and others.

Adila Aliyeva was the leader of the “Russian Stars”, which brought together teachers and soloists from the Moscow Conservatory.

Adila also lived in Switzerland for a while. At that time, she participated in the recording of works by Swiss composers such as Frank Martin.

Since 2001, she has worked as director of the International Academy of Music in France, where he also teaches piano.

Since 1996, an international piano competition bearing the name of the musician has been organized every two years in France.

About 255 musicians traditionally participate in the music competition.

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