The history of piano in the art of Kazakhstan dates back to the 40’s of the last century. In connection with the opening of the Kurmangazy Almaty State Conservatory in 1944, there was a need for teacher training. The invitation of the director of the conservatory A.Jubanov was accepted by pupils of Russian and Soviet-era pianists’ schools, such as K.N Igumnov, A.B Goldenweizer, G.G Neagauz, A.N Esipova. G.N Petrov, E.F Girovsky, L.L Kelberg, K.A Gospodar, R.S Katsman, I.S Stanishevskaya, A.V Birmak were the first to visit the country in the postwar years. were musicians. They founded the pianist school in the country.
In the 1950’s, young teachers who graduated from music universities in the republics and cities of the former Soviet Union arrived to the Almaty State Conservatory. E.A. Rosman, A.L Barak and other citizens have given a new impetus to the formation and development of the Kazakhstan piano education. The first graduates opened in 1964 and began teaching at the Republican Music School named after Ahmet Jubanov.
At the foot of the special piano department are the head of the department G.P Zueva, the teachers of the conservatory V.V Karpov, the graduate of the Moscow State Conservatory named after P. Tchaikovsky V.I Tebenikhin, E.G Karimbayeva, I.J Abikenova, L.G. L. Minkina made an active contribution.
In 1970, due to the increase in the number of children, LAP Lapan, G.I Muratova, G.A Melkova, L.N Sherbakova, E.G Yessireva, T.I Manzhosova, A.I Tayshibekova, O. Graduates and young specialists of the Kurmangazy Conservatory, such as V. Kolomitsetseva and R.M Yusupova, are beginning to be attracted. Later, musicians such as Professor of the Department of Special Piano of the Kurmangazy Almaty State Conservatory G.I Gadyrbekova, Associate Professor Massover, Associate Professor A.K Mukhitova, Professor A.Z Dosaeva, and A.G Greenfeld actively participated in teaching rural children.
Despite the diversity of behaviors, pedagogical dignity, and natural talents, the aspirations for professional growth and immersion in the mystery of pedagogical excellence are all united.
The main purpose of the training system was to train a competent musician and quality specialist, adding national traditions to the best traditions of the Russian and European School of Pianists. Particular attention was paid to the literature of piano composers in Kazakhstan.
Since the opening of the Republican Kazakh Specialized Music Boarding School for gifted children named after A. Jubanov, the special piano department has gained a lot of pedagogical experience. Revealed their signatures. Teachers constantly stir the love and interest of music in the hearts of their students. Each musical composition is adapted to the deep disclosure of content, careful attitude to the author’s text, careful and patient look at the details of the work.
The department has created a unique process of organizing workshops, workshops and seminars that promote the professional growth of teachers every year within the school. It has also become common practice to attend music schools in Moscow, Petersburg, Tbilisi, Baku, Riga, Lviv and other cities. V. Kreinev, M. Voskresensky, E. Malinin, A. Gavrilov, S. Igolinsky, J. Aubakirova, N. Trull, A.Diev, A.Sevidov, T. Popovich, M.Libenzon. The mentality and thinking of such outstanding personalities as Kopylov help.
Currently, the piano department staff is filled with not only highly skilled professionals, but also young people with great prospects.
Head of the Department G.K.Kazybekova, People’s Artist of Kazakhstan, Professor of the Kurmangazy National Conservatory G.I Kadyrbekova, Associate Professor of the Kazakh National Conservatory after Kurmangazy, candidate of art criticism A.K .Mukhitova, Associate Professor of the Kurmangazy National Conservatory, B.B Aigalayeva Senior Lecturer Kurmangazy National Conservatory G.T Kurambaeva, Excellence in Education, Cultural Worker G.A Melkova, Excellence in Education A. Tayshibekova, Head of the Piano Department 2012-2014 SH Dushanova, Chapter Honorary Fellow G.S.Jäkeeva, the head of the section accompaniment level following the example of the post-F.Z.Amantwrlïnanıñ every move.
E.S Valieva, G.B Mukhamedzhanova, Zh.T .Narova., A.T. Isenova, R.K Kadyrkhanova., G.S Beysembayeva, G.A Seitimbekova, A.A. Omarova also to the student’s heart teachers who found their way
The work of pedagogues, who worked and still work, was not in vain. Their foreheads shone in the international and national contests, as well as in the concert performances of their laureates. For example, A. Aigaziyeva – teacher EG Eysireva; B. Aigalkayeva, D. Kalkabekova – teacher A. Tayshibekova; A.Turetaeva – teacher, S. Massover; A. Rakhimova, D. Esimkhanov, A. Zhaim, R. Dyusembayeva, A. Karsakbayeva – teacher G. Melkova; A.Isenova – the teacher professor Kadyrbekova GI; A. Kondybaeva – teacher Sh.Dushanova; G. Altayeva, A. Toktagan – teacher G.I Muratova, Yelaman Elaman – teacher GK Kazybekova, as well as other successful students.
In recent years, there have been ahead of qualified specialists G.K Gazybekova, Rakimov Bekzat in the class of G.N Melkova, Omargazin Nursultan. Won the 1st and 2nd places at the International Classical Music Festival and the International Competition of Young Pianists “Astana Piano Passion”.
A.Jubanov School Jury on Special Piano Nomination of A.Jubanov International Competition to Achieve Achievement in Academic Performance without Separating Children and Local Children, G.Y Kadyrbekova, D.E Kopylov, T.A Abilkhairova, S.H Dushanova, 2012 will do their best.
The role of special piano teachers at the school is difficult, exciting, and burdensome. The field of education should be wide and broad. It is their responsibility to guide the path of real vocational education to guide the future of their sons and daughters.
Each stage of the learning system is unique. It focuses on the identification of the student’s personality and personality. Uncover the possibilities by assuring that a creative person with a unique outlook will grow tomorrow.
The life-style of a teacher-pianist is not tiring of pursuing secret aspects, no matter what the level of disciple. And the task of the mentor is to stimulate and enrich the child’s creative imagination, thinking system. Raise prudence and humor. To teach music to listen and to feel, to distinguish mental and style features, cognitive orientation.
The situations that are bound by the creative union between the master and the disciple are, first of all, humility, taking a separate approach, guided by the individual characteristics of the student. Keep in mind professional age and age.
Another direct way to enhance your musician performance is to enhance your stage experience. Performing in the evenings with the State Symphony Orchestra of the Zhambyl Philharmonic and the State Chamber Orchestra “Chamber of Kazakhstan” is an indispensable contribution to creative growth.
From the first grade onwards, the students begin to step on the stage, and then spread across the city and country. Participates in international, republican competitions.
Graduates who have received diplomas may also receive additional education over time K.h.Composers
There are also a lot of those who continue to work in the field of pedagogy – doctor of pedagogical sciences B.M. Bekmukhamedov, associate professor of the Kurmangazy Kazakh National Conservatory B.B Aigalkayeva, Mustafayeva A., Ongarova Sh., Kazybekova G.K, Amanturlina F.Z, Abdrakhmanova, G.A Seitimbekova, D. Samalova, G. Beisembayeva and others are doing their best.
The school continues to study at universities in Russia, Europe, and the United States, and is proud of the talents of Kazakhstan and the A. Jubanov Boarding School. Wishing each success of M. Zhunusova, H. Onalbayeva, D. Esimkhanov, A. Toktagan, R. Dyusembayeva, A. Bashirova, E. Ernur, S. Utegenova, S. Zulpykharov, S. Kopbaev.
Special piano section is coming to the 55th anniversary of the A.Jubanov Republican Specialized Kazakh Music Boarding School for gifted children. They represent a solid, united team, united in life, united in their interests, endlessly dedicated to their profession, able to fulfill their educational and creative goals.
More than 200 pianist musicians graduated from the department. All of them work in different regions of Kazakhstan and abroad. That is why the special piano department, preparing the national staff, can proudly say that the once-noble mission of the learned academic, Akhmet Jubanov, has come true!