(b. 4 January 1957, Poti).
Georgian composer of mostly orchestral and chamber works that have been performed in Asia, Europe and North America.
Mr. Nadarejshvili initially attended a music school in Poti, but then studied at the Georgian Technical University in Tbilisi from 1973–78. He later studied composition with Bidzina Kvernadze at the Conservatory of Music in Tbilisi from 1982–87, with whom he then had postgraduate studies there.
Among his honours are First Prize in the competition All-Union in Moscow (1987, for String Quartet), First Prize from the Georgian Composers Union in Tbilisi (1995, for Trio) and Third Prize in the competition Prokofiev in Moscow (1997, for Variations [piano, orchestra]).
He is also active in other positions. He has been a member of the board of directors of the Georgian Composers Union since 1996. He has worked as a musical editor at the KVALI Film Studio in Tbilisi.
He has taught polyphony at the Conservatory of Music in Tbilisi.
In addition to the works listed below, Mr. Nadarejshvili has composed music for films and stage productions.
SELECT LIST OF WORKS
Aphaniptera et Formicidæ (opera, libretto by the composer, after a legend from Georgia), 2000
Music for 13 Strings, 13 strings, 1984
Symphonic Poem, 1988
Variations, piano, orchestra, 1996
Sonata, violin, piano, 1983
Piece, clarinet, piano, 1983
Four Pieces, string quartet, 1984
Quintet, flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, bassoon, 1985
String Quartet, 1987
Chants, 9 players, 1988
Quintet, piano, string quartet, 1989
Trio, violin, cello, piano, 1994
Mon Plaisir, 6 players, 1999
Quintet, guitar, string quartet, 2000
Three Romances, voice, piano, 1982