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The National Library of Uzbekistan hosted a creative meeting with the national artist of Uzbekistan Elyor Nosirov
26.10.2018

On October 26, 2018, a creative meeting with the People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Elyor Nosirov was held at the National Library of Uzbekistan. It was attended by teachers and cadets of the military medical faculty at the Tashkent Medical Academy and users of the National Library of Uzbekistan.

Opening the event, A. Asadov, deputy head for the educational and ideological work of the military medical faculty at the Tashkent Medical Academy, familiarized the meeting participants with the work of the national artist of Uzbekistan Elyor Nosirov. “After graduating from the Tashkent State Theater and Art Institute in 1974, he began his career in the Khamza Uzbek Drama Theater, since 1987 he has been working in the Abror Khidoyatov Drama Theater. His first role on the stage is the image of Schufterle in Schiller's play “Rogues”. Later he created images of Nadyr in the play “Oltin Devore”, Ilkhom in “Shoshma Qyush”, Rakhmatilla in “Ibn Sina”, Iskander in “Iskandar”, Othello in “Otello” and others. Elyor Nosirov created many unforgettable roles in such TV and video plays like “The King Amuses,” “Faithful,” “Dispute,” “In the Wake of a Crime,” “He's Not Romeo,” “The Last Bullet,” “Holisxon,” “Ko`ngil ko`chalari,” “Qirk Tog`oraning qirq nog`orasi” other. Along with activities in the theater and cinema, People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Elyor Nosirov creates a variety of images in the art of dubbing that beloved by the audience. In 2003, for his merits in the development of the Uzbek theater, cinema and dubbing art, Elyor Nosirov was awarded the title of People's Artist of Uzbekistan. ”

Elyor Nosirov expressed satisfaction that the creative meeting was being held at the National Library of Uzbekistan and noted that it was his love for libraries and readings that brought him to the theater. The actor also spoke about the factors that influenced the choice of his profession, about his mentors, colleagues and students, about the images he created on the theater stage, in the cinema, about dubbing, about the features of the profession: about the difficulties and advantages. During the conversation, he read fragments from the monologues of the characters he created.

The participants of the event asked the national artist of Uzbekistan Elyor Nosirov their questions regarding the dubbing process, the images he dreams of playing, and also shared their impressions of the creative meeting.

                                                                                                                              Press Service of the National Library of Uzbekistan