Today, September 15, a seminar for doctoral students took place within the Academy’s walls.
The speaker at the seminar was Shakhmuradova Nigar Oktay kyzy, a doctoral student of the 2nd year of study in the educational program “Choreography” of the Academy.
Topic of the speech: “Axiological aspect in one-act Azerbaijani national ballets of 1960-70s.”
During the seminar, issues of the value system transmitted through one-act ballets created in the 60-70s in Azerbaijan were raised. The elements of folk dance plasticity intertwined with classical choreography as well as the genre, stylistic and semantic features through which ideas of enduring values reach the listener-viewer were noted. The one-act ballets “Mugham” by N. Aliverdibekov staged by R. Akhundova and M. Mamedov, “Shadows of Gobystan” by F. Karayev, also staged by R. Akhundova and M. Mamedov, “Leili and Majnun” by K. Karayev and “The Tale of Nasimi” by F. Amirov, staged by choreographer N. Nazirova were considered.
The seminar was attended by doctoral and master’s students and the teaching staff of the Academy.
Shakhmuradova Nigar Oktay kyzy – Honored Artist of the Republic of Azerbaijan, soloist of the Azerbaijan State Song and Dance Ensemble named after Fikret Amirov, choreographer of the Azerbaijan State Academic Musical Theater, teacher of the Department of Folk Stage Dance of the Baku Academy of Choreography.