My Jazz Story
Aziza Mustafa-Zadeh born in Baku, capital of Azerbaijan. Yet despite a mysterious name that could be straight out of Arabian
Nights, this pianist & singer does not regard herself as the exotic product of a distant land. Since she was born, music has been
an integral part of her life. Aziza's Father - Vagif Mustafa-Zadeh (1940-1979) is a legendary founder of Mugam-Jazz, composer &
pianist, who played an important role in making Jazz acceptable in Soviet Union. Her Mother Eliza Mustafa-Zadeh is trained and
famous singer of traditional Azerbaijani music and has rarely left her daughter's side during the constant rise of fame within
last decade. Aziza Mustafa-Zadeh's music is the natural, easy fusion of two fundamental elements: Jazz, the modern sound of
freedom, and Mugam, the ancient music of wisdom and love.
"The Rainbow has many colors. The Soul, too, has many different shades." Unquestionably, these words can applied equally well
to the Artist herself, and to the Way she views the world around her.