Concerto in G major (F.III N12)
Double Concerto for violin and cello Op.102
Concerto in B minor Op.104
Concerto in C major (Hob. VIIb:1)
Concerto in D major (Hob. VIIb:2)
Concerto in A minor Op.33
Concerto in E flat major N1 Op.107
Concerto in A minor Op.129
Don Quixote Op.35
5 Sonatas for violoncello and piano
12 Variations on a theme from Handels JUDAS MACCABAEUS
7 Variations on a theme from Mozarts THE MAGIC FLUTE
Sonate in E minor Op.38
Sonate in F major Op.99
3 Sonatas for violoncello and keyboard
Sonate for violoncello and piano in A major N6
Sonate for violoncello and piano in D minor
Sonate in A major Op.36
Sonate for violoncello and piano in E major
Sonate for violoncello and piano N3 Op.11
Sonate for violoncello and piano in D major
Sonate in B flat major N1 Op.45
Sonate in D major N2 Op.58
Sonate in D major (1951)
Sonate in C major Op.119
Sonate in D minor Op.40
is the son of professional cellists and began to play cello aged five at
Uspensky, a specialist music school. After master classes in Moscow and St.Petersburgh and
graduating from Tashkent State Conservatory with the highest honours, Galiaskar undertook
postgraduate studies whilst playing as a chamber ensemble musician.
In 2003-2005 Galiaskar studied on the Postgraduate
Diploma and Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in performance at Trinity College of Music,
London and from 2005-2006 took IPS course of study, in the same institution leading to
FTCL. During study he won several major prizes and awards.
Galiaskar is a former member of
Bomond Piano Trio. The trio was awarded First Prize in the "Beethoven Piano society
of Europe" Chamber Music Competition 2005 held at Steinway Hall in London and also
won both the First Prize and Audience Prize in the "Cavatina" Chamber Music
Competiton at TCM in London. "Bomond" Piano Trio has performed through England,
Wales and Jersey.
Mr. Bigashev merits on teaching
fields are in his students achievements. In 2007 three of his cello students received the
First Price and Honourably Diplomas at Republican contest for young musician named
"Artistic Buds" in co-operation and support For the "New
Generation" charitable found, "Composers Union"
of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic
Mr. Bigashev career to
date includes teaching, solo and chamber recitals and playing with a variety of
orchestras as the soloist and principal cellist. He has worked and played
concerts, recitals, competitions and master classes in Uzbekistan, Russia,
Thailand, Egypt, South Africa, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Italy, Canada,
UK, Spain and Ireland.
2005 in London, "
Barbican", after Rostrapovich concert.