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Compositions of Lilia Valitova and Their Performance

  • Piano solo concert performed by Ms. Valitova and a release of a new CD, Yearning. The performance included piano suites based on Jewish folk and liturgical melodies and newly composed original music, JCC of the East Bay, Berkeley, CA, June 2009.
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  • Piano solo concert performed by Ms. Valitova at the Unitarian Universal Church of Berkeley, CA, April 27, 2003.
  • Piano music performed by Ms. Valitova at the University Christian Church, Berkeley, CA, November 8, 2002.
  • Piano music performed by Ms. Valitova in the Philharmonic of Ufa, Russia, April 2001.
  • Two Wings for cello and piano, in two parts, dedicated to Baha'i women, composed in 1999, performed for recording by the cellist Raphael Valeev of the Academy of Arts of Ufa, Russia, and Oliya Gazimova, pianist of the Opera and the Ballet Theatre of Ufa, Russia, August 2000.
  • Ten Preludes for piano, composed in 1999, performed by Amina Shafikova in the Academy of Arts of Ufa, Russia, 1999. Amina Shafikova is the winner of the International competitions for pianists. Ms. Valitova received a Special Recommendation from the 1998 Barlow International Music Competition in the U.S. for these Preludes.
  • String Quartet for two violins, viola, and cello in seven parts, composed in 1996. At the request of Flyura Sitdikova, head of the department of string instruments, it has been performed since 1999 in the Academy of Arts of Ufa as a graduation exam.
  • Bachiana for solo violin, composed in 1997, performed by Dilyara Yusupova, a violin teacher in the department of string instruments in the Academy of Arts of Ufa, Russia, April 1998.
  • Little Suite for two trumpets, horn, trombone, and tuba in four parts, composed in 1984, performed by the Bolshoi Theatre Brass Quintet, 1993.
  • Character Miniatures, suite for flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon in three parts, composed in 1984, performed by the Yan Tamm Wind Instrument Quintet, Tallinn, Estonia, 1987.
  • In the Style of Retro for two trumpets, horn, trombone, and tuba, composed in 1984, performed by the brass quintet of the Piotr Tchaikovski Conservatory in Moscow, in the Column Hall of Unions, Moscow, 1986, and in the concert of European conservatories, Budapest, Hungary, November 17, 1985. The composition is included in the Russian National Orchestra of Moscow’s Brass Quintet’s permanent repertoire.