Professor Bahrullo Lutfullaev dies at the age of 75

Art & Culture


The well-known composer, professor Bahrullo Lutfullaev, died today, 6 January at the age of 75.  Relatives of the deceased informed KALAMPIR.UZ about this.

Bahrullo Lutfullaev was born on 5 September 1948 in the Forish district of Jizzakh region.  He graduated from the Tashkent State Conservatory in 1972 with a degree in choral conducting, and in 1987 with a degree in composition.  In 2003, he started working at the current State Institute of Art and Culture of Uzbekistan.  For several years, he worked as the editor-in-chief of the music broadcasting department of Radio Uzbekistan, as the editor-in-chief of the music studio at the “Uzbekistan National Television and Radio Company”.

The composer’s musical dramas such as “Samarkand Ushshoggi”, “Yor istab”, “Humiltant Shah”, “Mangu Mash’al”, “Hur Uzbekistan”, “Tashkentim Bor” suites for soloist and choir, “Mother” poem, “Firoq” choral series and a number of other works are considered to be bright examples of his creativity.  Musical dramas of the composer are widely included in the repertoire of “Uzbek State Musical Drama Theater” named after Muqimi.

In 1999, he was awarded the Order of “Labour Fame”, and in 2001, he was awarded the title of “Artist of Merit in Karakalpakstan.”  In 2008, he received the honorary title of “Artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.

The KALAMPIR.UZ team expresses its deepest condolences to the family members and relatives of the late Bahrullo Lutfullaev.


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