Violin Teacher in Oklahoma City
Marat Gabdullin, native of Russia, began studying violin at the age of five. At age seven he was the soloist in a performance of the Vivaldi Violin Concerto in a minor with the Ufa Chamber Orchestra in Russia. After studying at the Specialized Music Schools of Ufa and Kazan, Mr. Gabdullin graduated from the Ufa State Academy of Art. In 2007 Mr. Gabdullin moved to US, where he received Masters Degree from the Oklahoma City University and is currently working on his doctorate at the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. Gabdullin is currently the Assistant Concertmaster at Oklahoma City Philharmonic. His other engagements include Norman Philharmonic and Lawton Philharmonic.
Mr. Gabdullin has won prizes at such competitions as The III All-Russian competition for violinists (Tver, Russia 1994), The M.Fain Republic competition (Ufa, Russia 1999), The IV N.Sabitov Open competition (Ufa, Russia 2000), The All-Russian competition among Music Schools “Young Talents” (Ufa, Russia 2001), The IV International competition “Symphonia” (Volgograd, Russia 2002), The VII International competition “Hopes, Talents & Masters” (Dobrich, Bulgary 2003), The III “Delphic Games” of Russia (Volgograd, Russia 2003), The II “Delphic Games” of countries of CIS (Kishinev, Moldova 2004), The IV International violin competition “DeMUKS” (Yekaterinburg, Russia 2006)… In the US, Marat Gabdullin has won ESO Mendelssohn Concerto Competition (2009), OCO Concerto Competition (2009) and OU Concerto Competition (2010).
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