"In an uncompromising modern and incredibly sonorous language the composer challenges her audience to absolute attention."
- Nils Petersen, Neue Musikzeitung
Aigerim SEILOVA is a Kazakh composer based in Hamburg, Germany.
After graduating with honors in Composition from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Leonid Bobylev and Yuri Kasparov, she studied multimedia composition with Elmar Lampson and Georg Hajdu at the Hamburg University of Music and Drama. Her compositions include works for solo instruments, chamber ensembles and orchestra, which have been performed by ensembles and orchestras at such festivals as "Chelsea Music Festival", St.Petersnurg International New Music Festival, “Spring in the Negev”, “next_generation 6.0”, “Blurred Edges”, “Nauryz XXI” in Kazakhstan, Russia, Israel, Germany, France, Austria and USA.
In 2016 she joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Tanglewood Music Center as a Composition Fellow.
Currently Aigerim Seilova is pursuing a Dr.Sc.Mus. degree at the Hamburg University for Music and Drama.
Seilova is a recipient of the Hindemith Prize. of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival 2019, promoting outstanding contemporary composers,.
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