In 1925, Bahram Mansurov graduated from school. In 1929, he was invited as tar player to the orchestra under the artistic association “Azconcert”, the main participants of which were such well-known performers as, Gurban Pirimov, Jabbar Garyagdioglu (also spelled Jabbar Karyagdy), Khan Shushinski (Xan Şuşunski) and others. Working in the orchestra, the musician travelled all-over Azerbaijan and visited lots of cities of the USSR. In 1931, Bahram Mansurov was invited to newly originated folk orchestra, but afterwards the tar player was admitted to work on the radio. In 1932, on Muslim Magomayev, the senior’s initiative Bahram Mansurov began to work in the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater as the soloist-accompanist.
In 1938, Bahram Mansurov participated at the decade of Azerbaijani culture, in Moscow. In 1941, Bahram Mansurov went to Iran with the membership of the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. Tours of this team were successful in this country. Mansurov was invited to Baku Musical School to teach mugham, after the return from Iran. In fact, during the Great Patriotic War (a.k.a.
WWII), Bahram Mansurov performed for soldiers and the injured. In 1944, he repeatedly went to Iran and performed in many cities there. After the war the musician was awarded many orders and honorary diplomas. In 1971 and 1975, two recording discs were produced under the auspices of UNESCO, and Bahram Mansurov repeatedly took part at international symposiums and concerts in Europe with the support of this organization. In the issue of collaboration of the musician with some museums and archives of the USSR, valuable materials about musical history of Azerbaijan were presented to them from the family archive.
Bahram Mansurov presented his tar to the museum of Japan city Osaka. In 1978, he was awarded the honorary title of People’s Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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