1. What slogan would represent you and your art the most?
- Everything that cannot be a justice can be put across by Music.
2. What do you value the most in music?
- It’s beauty and sincerity.
3. Many musicians say that they get to know themselves more and open own new talents because of your art…How the music influenced you?
- Music taught me to be more disciplined, hardworking and tempered and, of course, Music inspired me to create and compose
4. What does music mean to you?
- Music for me is a safe haven where I can express myself and it is an essence of my life partially.
5. Who are your idols?
- I have no idols, but I can name first-class musicians, wonderful composers whom I admire.
6. If you weren't a musician, what would you be?
- Most likely, I would have been engaged with Medicine, for example, become a Doctor.
7. Do you think that musicians have all opportunities to become popular and successful in Kazakhstan (on globally)? Why?
-If you are a unique and first-class musician, you will be in demand and successful always and everywhere!
Success and relevance of a musician is firstly because of his talent and secondly it is a result of years of training, strong discipline, “ups and downs”. As P.Tchaikovsky said: "A composer is 90% of labor and only 10% of talent."
Becoming a successful musician depends only on the person himself if he wants to become a first-class musician, then he will give all his best, find any opportunities no matter what.
8. What is the ideal life for you as a musician?
- Stay healthy and healthy relatives and friends around, to compose new music, perform, develop and express all my talent!
Azimbek Kaldibekovich graduated from the Kazakh National University of Arts with a degree in Composition, class of Kenes Duisekeyev, Professor, and Honored Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2015-2019).
In 2021, he obtained a Master Degree at KazNUA.
Laureate of DARYN State Youth Prize (2019), member of the Union of Composers of the Republic of Kazakhstan (since 2019), scholar of the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Yelbassy (2018).
Over the years, he became the winner and laureate of Republican and International Competitions and Festivals of Composers:
2011 - Laureate of I and II prizes of Maestro International Competition of Composers (Crimea, Simferopol);
2012-2014 - Participant of OMNIBUS LABORATORIM International Festival of Contemporary Music Composers (Tashkent, Uzbekistan);
2017 - Laureate of III prize of the International Composers Competition Musical Palette of Durdy Bayramov (Toronto, Canada);
2017 - GRAND PRIX in “Composer creativity” nomination of the International competition "EURASIA PIANO FORUM" dedicated to the 90th anniversary of G.А. Zhubanova (Astana);
2017- GRAND PRIX at SAMAL Young Composers Competition (Astana).
2017 - Special prize and laureate of “Contemporary Russian Romance" International Composers Competition dedicated to S.Prokofiev (Moscow, Russia);
2017 – Laureate of II-Prize of the International Competition-Festival of Musical Heritage of Contemporary Composers "Tchaikovsky-Heritage" (Moscow, Russia);
2017- Laureate of II degree in “Composition” nomination at IX International Competition of Musicians-Performers and Composers "Romanticism: Origins and Horizons" named after F.B. Gnesina (Moscow, Russia);
2018 – Invited Participant of XI Winter International Festival of Arts conducted by Yuriy Bashmet (Sochi, Russia);
2018 – Laureate of I prize of the Republican Composers Competition “Altyn Art” (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
2018 – Scholarship Holder of the Fund of First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan –Yelbassy.
2019 – Laureate of DARYN State Youth Prize.
2020– Laureate of III Kazakhstan Composers Competition “Altyn-Art2020” (Almaty, Kazakhstan)
2020 – Laureate of II prize of the International Composers Competition named after Z.Ismagilov (Ufa, Bashkortastan)
Azimbek Jambayev’s works: "Concert" for violin and orchestra; “Sonata” for piano; "Fantasy" for piano; "Romance" for chamber orchestra; "Zhan sulem", "Zhas dauren", "Oilanshy ozin" romances for voice and piano; Piano Quintet; Piano Trio; "Dedication to Durda Bayramov" romance for voice and piano; Variations for cello and piano; romances "Thank you", "Goodbye" for voice and piano; Scherzo for clarinet and piano; Sonata for violin and piano; "Kyui-Concert" for violin and chamber orchestra, "Sonata-Fantasy" for cello and piano; "Dervish" poem for chamber orchestra; songs, pieces for various instruments, vocal and choral pieces, orchestrations and arrangements of works by other composers.