In 2019, Ms. Komila Izatulloyeva completed her education at the Musical Lyceum named after Victor Uspensky in Uzbekistan. Her time at Uspensky Lyceum was marked by victories in numerous international violin competitions across Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Italy. Concurrently, she actively participated in weekly charity concerts titled “From Children to Children.”
Subsequently, in 2020, Ms. Komila embarked on her Undergraduate Studies at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, National University of Singapore, studying under the guidance of Professor Zuo Jun. Throughout her academic journey, she had the privilege of attending masterclasses conducted by renowned musicians like Xi Chen, Ilya Konovalov, Nadir Khashimov, Amalia Hall, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Christoph Schickedanz, Shlomo Mintz, Qian Zhou, and others.
In 2022, she actively participated in the “LEAD!” Project in Finland, a collaborative effort involving musicians from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory, Sibelius Academy, and the Conservatory of Geneva (HEM). The project featured performances in cities such as Helsinki, Lahti, and Tampere, working alongside conductors such as Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Ignatus Wang, Kristian Sallinen, and Mattia Bornati.
Beyond her solo performances and orchestral engagements, Ms. Komila has a keen interest in outreach projects and teaching. Notably, in 2022, she organized a workshop for children with disabilities in collaboration with the “Beautiful Mind Charity” in Singapore. Throughout her musical journey, she has had the privilege of working with individuals ranging from 3-4 years old to adults.
Ms Komila is currently teaching Violin & Music Theory at Tanglewood Music School.