Young and bursting with vibrancy, Nazar is a passionate musician who values joy and confidence building within music. He is currently in his final year of study at the Royal Northern College of Music under the tutelage of former Liverpool Philharmonic concertmaster James Clark. Following this, Nazar will remain at the RNCM for an additional year to pursue his postgraduate studies in music education.
Throughout his musical journey, Nazar has had a wealth of opportunities to work with critically acclaimed musicians and conductors such as James Ehnes, Ning Feng, and Sir Mark Elder. He has also worked with comedian Sue Perkins for a musical chairs charity event with Orchestras for All. Nazar adores chamber music and being able to play with others; having received expert guidance from chamber musicians such as Donald Grant, Petr Prause and Jeremy Young. He has enjoyed playing in a variety of ensembles ranging from piano trios and string quartets to even playing alongside harp, flute, and clarinet.
When not surrounding himself with music, Nazar has a keen interest in gastronomy, where he likes to discover, experiment with, and combine a variety of flavourful foods. Additionally, he also enjoys travelling and the exploration of new places; a particular favourite being Japan and experiencing its historic culture.