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World class violinist Bobur Eshpulatov and friends

Bobur and his friends, accomplished classical musicians since the age of 10, took to the stage at Suite 88 Home of Superbroadcast, showcasing their exceptional talents in a captivating performance that transcended the confines of university curricula. Each musician masterfully navigated their respective instruments, weaving together a tapestry of intricate melodies and harmonies that left the audience spellbound. Their passion for music was palpable, radiating through every note and resonating deeply with the captivated listeners.

Bobur graduated with Bachelor of Music (Honours) degree in Violin Performance from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore under the tutelage of Professor Qian Zhou. He joined Music Salon
Emmanuel to share his passion in music and violin.

Bobur was born in a family of musicians from Tashkent, Uzbekistan and started his violin journey at the age of four (4). He won the Gran Prix winner in “Blue Bird” International Competition 2013 (Urkaine) and winner of the “individualis” International Violin Competition (France).
Since then, he participated in many international competitions at Ukraine, Russia, Singapore, France, China, Poland and Belgium etc. His talent was globally recognized. To name some recent awards:-
2019 – IV prize in Maria Cantagrill International Violin Competition (France)
2019 – Awarded Finalist diploma in the “Grazyna Bacewicz” International competition (Poland)
2020 – II prize (I prize was not awarded) in the International Competition “Nouvelles Etoiles” (France)
– Finalist of E.Ysaye International Violin Competition (Jul 2023 in Belgium)
– Semi-Finalist of Qingdao International Violin Competition (Sep 2023 in China)
Bobur also actively involved in numerous concerts and performance. He is constantly playing solo, involved in chamber ensemble as well as orchestra and charity concerts. One of the few are the Concert with Aleksey Igudesman & Joo (Singapore) and the Project “United in Music: A virtual charity concert to aid UHCHR’S coronavirus response” by The UN Refugee Agency.
He took part in masterclasses with famous Artists like Rollo Kovac, Aleksandr Trostiansky, Mikhail Gostdiner, Izhak Rashkovsky, Vilmos Szabadi, Victor Danchenko, Petru Munteanu, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Aretta Zhula, Takashi Shimizu, David Takeno, Dmitri Berlinski, Boris Kuchnir, Shlomo Mintz, Mihaela Martin and many others.


Leonid Datsiuk was born in Ternopil oblast on 25th April of 2002. At the age of 5, he began learning violin from his father Oleg Datsiuk. In 2012 he started to take private lessons with honored teacher of Ukraine Oleksandr Tatarinzev. From the young age Leonid was participating in the regional competitions. He had a lot of solo recitals within the region too.
In 2017 he got 2nd prize in “Lviv virtuoso”, in 2018 3rd prize in “ProArt – 2018”, in 2019 he got Grand prize, 1st prize and special prize at “Lviv virtuoso”, in 2020 he got 2nd prize at “EuorAsia violin competition”.
Leonid participated in concert season 2019 with Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine and in 2022 he joined “LEAD! Project” in Finland. Although, he was invited to perform in Lviv Mozart festival (2019) and Instrum fest (2020). In 2022 he participated in Keshet Eilon Summer master course.
He took masterclasses from well-known teachers, such as: Oleg Kaskiv, Yaroslava Rivniak, Olga Rivniak, Jakub Dzialak, Boris Garlitskiy, Qian Zhou, Shlomo Mintz, Olga Kaller, Mihaela Martin, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Daniel Ching, Jonathan Ong. In 2020 he started to study with Professor Qian Zhou in Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Muisc (NUS, Singapore).
Currently he is using violin by Anselmo Bellosio 1770, which was generously landed by Rin collection.


left to right : Beka,Bobur,Leonid and Sherzod

Sherzod Abdiev, born in Tashkent/Uzbekistan in 1999 year, began studying the violin at age 6. He attended Academic Music High School under Moscow State Conservatory, under Lyudmila Slavianova, and currently studies with Professor Qian Zhou at Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore. He performed a recital with State Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan in Tashkent at age 19. He has won 1st prize “Merzlyakovka priglashaet” Moscow (2018).

Bekhzod Oblayorov, a musician hailing from Uzbekistan, began his musical journey at a young age. He developed his skills in cello and piano performance at RSMAL in Tashkent, guided by Kamola Abdullaeva and Alina Alibekova. He participated in the National cello competition, where he won the 1st prize, and also attended the Yuriy Bashmet International Music Festival and the A. Knushevitsky International cello competition. Bekhzod showcased his talent at the International UNESCO Jazz Festival in Uzbekistan. He further honed his skills through masterclasses by esteemed musicians like Suren Bagratuni, Alexey Seleznov, Daniel Veis, Shlomo Mintz, and the Curtis String Quartet. Recently, Bekhzod graduated with a BA in cello performance from Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore, studying under Professor Ng Pei Sian. In addition to his classical training, he explored jazz piano performance and secondary jazz studies with Tony Macarome and Kerong Chok. Bekhzod’s versatility extends to composition and production, collaborating with artists in the entertainment industry. His exceptional work has earned recognition at prestigious festivals like the “Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival” and the “New York Shorts International Film Festival.”

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