Ethnic project "Khazina" invites to its first solo concert in Ufa
Ethnic project "Khazina" invites to its first solo concert presentation. The group was formed in early 2020 and is a unique and one-of-a-kind team due to its interesting composition: kurai — Zemfira Rashitova, vocals, kubyz — Zaliya Nurly, traditional kyl-kubyz — Zaliya Ganiatullina, kyl-kubyz prima — Naila Biktimirova, dumbyra — Gulnaz Nafikova.
The new women's project has one more feature — the performers choose rarely sounding folk melodies and songs, which have been performed only by women since ancient times, into their repertoire. The program will sound on the stage of the Small Hall of the State Concert Hall "Bashkortostan" on April 20 at 7.00 pm.
The concert program includes Bashkir folk melodies in modern processing, as well as the author's compositions. The audience will hear the joint work of the collective and the brightest arrangers of Bashkortostan. The Khazina group will also perform works by the Honored Art Worker of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the S. Yulaev Award's laureate, composer Ural Idelbaev.
At the concert, the girls will present singles from the first album, which will be released in 2021; it will include instrumental and vocal pieces. The work on the ethnic disc is included in the grant "Youth musical project for the preservation of cultural heritage "KHAZINA", won by the head of the collective Zemfira Rashitova at the All-Russian youth forum "Tavrida" in 2020. For the third time, experts from the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs supported the ideas of the Bashkir kurai player on the preservation and promotion of folklore and cultural education of young people.