Zurab Nadareishvili

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Zurab Nadareishvili (Georgian: ზურაბ ნადარეიშვილი; born 4 January 1957, Poti) is a Georgian composer.[1] He graduated from the Tbilisi State Conservatory in 1987. The same year, his First String Quartet was awarded first prize at the Moscow All-Soviet Union Competition. (The piece was recorded by the St. Petersburg String Quartet and is available on the Delos label, along with Prokofiev's two string quartets.) Nadarejshvili currently teaches polyphony at Tbilisi State Conservatory and is a music editor at the Kvali Film Studio.

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  1. ^ Oestreich, James R. (18 February 1997). "A Sound That's Fresh (And Spiky)". The New York Times. p. 18. Retrieved 9 May 2011.