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Liubov Bekmambetova
Liubov Bekmambetova has obtained her Bachelor Degree from Tashkent State Musical College as a violin teacher and a performer and the Master Degree of History of Fine Arts from Moscow State University of Culture.

She has broad pedagogical experience in Moscow and in Canada.

Her method is based on a combination of teaching the violin playing and giving profound knowledge of theory and history of music. Her sense of humor helps students to get a real pleasure from things that usually seem difficult and to enjoy every moment of learning the violin.

During her work with the Chamber Orchestra Kremlin in Moscow Liubov Bekmambetova had been a co-author of many orchestra's projects which received wide audience acknowledgment and won the acclamation of critics.
Eskender Bekmambetov
Eskender Bekmambetov has graduated from world-wide famous Russian Academy of Music (former Moscow State Institute named after Gnesins). He studied with Professor Halida Ahtyamova - Chief of the Violin and Viola Department and a student of legendary David Oistrakh.

Eskender Bekmambetov has obtained extremely valuable experience playing on the most prestigious stages around the world as solo and orchestral violinist.
For over 15 years Eskender had been teaching in widely recognized Russian musical institutions.

Here in Canada Eskender plays with most of the best Toronto orchestras such as Toronto Philharmonia Orchestra, Ontario Philharmonic Orchestra as a principal of the second violins, Toronto Concert Orchestra, and as a Concertmaster with Opera York.

He also successfully continues his teaching career. His students' ages range from 5 to 65. His teaching method is based on individual approach to every student, whether he or she is going to be a professional musician or just enjoying the process of learning.

Eskender Bekmambetov arranges and composes music which is performed by different musicians and ensembles all over the world.