Mansur Kadirov

Program Taught Cello
Levels Taught Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Styles Classical
Teaching Since 2013
Online or Studio Online

Mansur Kadirov was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan into a musical family. He
began cello studies at the R.M. Glier Music School. In 2003, Kadirov won his first
cello competition in Tashkent.
Mansur has performed around the world, including National Symphony of
Uzbekistan, Gunma Junior Orchestra, Kinnor Philharmonic, Kansas City
Chamber Orchestra, and Royal Conservatory Orchestra. He has performed at
the Folly Theater, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Koerner Hall, Flagey,
and Alice Tully Hall. Many of his concerts were broadcast on radios in Europe,
Japan and North America.
He was also often invited to perform at government functions.
Mansur completed his bachelors and masters degrees on full scholarship at the
Park University ICM, studying under Daniel Veis. He recently graduated
his ADP studies at the Glenn Gould School in the cello class of Hans Jensen and Andres Diaz.
Mansur is a prizewinner of several competitions and awards, including 1st prize
in the National Competition of Uzbekistan, Grand Prix at Naftzger Young Artists
in Wichita Kansas, USA, and Tom Thomas Award for promising soloist at GGS.
Mansur has shared the stage as chamber group with world famous musicians including Shmuel Ashkenazi, Victor Fournelle, Aaron Schwebel, Eric Abramovitz, Daniel Veis, Ben Sayevich and others.
Currently, he is pursuing his Advanced Performance Program at the Mount Royal University Conservatory under John Kadz.

Mansur Kadirov



Title Master’s in Cello Performance
Conservatory / University / College Park University’s International Center for Music, Mount Royal Conservatory
Awards Tom Thomas Award Glenn Gould School, George Enescu Internatoinal Cello Competition, Queen Elisabeth International Cello Competition
Languages Spoken English, Russian, Uzbek

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