Anara Kamelinova
GMP Piano Faculty
Chair of Collaborative Piano Department at Kazakh National University of Arts
Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

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Since September 2019, Anara Kamelinova serves as Head of the Collaborative Piano Department at the Kazakh National University of Arts.
Her students are laureates of national and international competitions.

She has maintained pedagogical activity since 1999, and in 2005 became a faculty member of Keyboard Department at the Kazakh National University of Arts.

Performed multiple times in Astana Opera, State Academic Symphony Orchestra in Almaty, Symphonic of Nur-Sultan city.

Takes part in international scientific and practical conferences, where she presents reports of her articles, namely "Stage worrying problems and solutions" & "Ways of developing paper note reading skills" & "Intonational culture of musician" etc.

She is actively involved in methodological work: developed and published Music Readers for Piano – edition 1; "The Art of Accompaniment", issue 2 – "Polyphony. Large form. Pieces". Issue 3 "The Art of Accompaniment" is being prepared for publication. Member of the jury of the International competition "Eurasia piano forum".

Performed with chamber and symphonic orchestra of Astana Opera; with famous soloists and musicians in Astana Opera, Zhambylov Kazakh State Philharmonic, as well as with Symphonic Orchestra of the Nur-Sultan City. Presented and published self-written piano chrestomathies: "Art of Accompaniment" & "Polyphony. Large forms. Plays"

Participated in concert in one of the most prestigious venues for classical music, Carnegie Hall, NYC, US.
Attended Natalia Trull, Rafael Salinas, E.Mirkassymova's workshops. Member of the jury of the International Competition "Eurasia Piano Forum".

BA Kazakh National Music Academy (1998-2002)
Postgraduate school alumni
Internship assistant (2003-2005)
Studied with honored professor of Kazakhstan Republic
Altai Kussainov by specialty in Piano, Concert performer, Ensemble artist, Teacher, Concertmaster