can say without question that Aza Zeynalova has a rare
gift in music that makes her a truly gifted and exceptional
Gibbons, international concert pianist
As a professional pianist, with more than 20 years
experience of teaching all levels and ages,
Aza offers a special approach to her students that develops
their individual abilities and talents.
student Daniel Brooks was awarded the very prestigious
2013 Sheila Mossman Memorial Prize for scoring the highest
mark in the piano Grade 7 exam for the whole of the UK.
Many of her students participate successfully in competitions
competitions and events which Aza has encouraged me to
enter have given me a welcome opportunity to play in public.
Morgan, former student
teaches in the first class facilities of the Jacqueline
Du Pré Music Building
in St Hildas College in the centre of Oxford. She
also teaches in North Oxford and previously at Cherwell
School, Bruern Abbey School and the Music Practice in Abingdon.
creates an excellent rapport with students of all ages...
I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Aza as a
Ross, Past Director, The Music Practice
Zeynalova comes from a rich heritage of music. Her father
was a distinguished composer. Following in his footsteps,
Aza, at the age of six, was accepted by the Special Music
School for Gifted Children. She then qualified as a concert
pianist at the Academy of Music in the Soviet Union, with
pupils of Shostakovich and Neuhaus.
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May 2009: updated December 2013.