Nazrin Ismayilzade

Nazrin Ismayilzade, daughter of Ilgar, was born on September 22, 1998, in Baku. In the year 2000, she started working at the Academic Russian Drama Theater. In a concert program dedicated to the great leader Heydar Aliyev, Nazrin portrayed the childhood image of Leyla Khanum Aliyeva.

From 2005 to 2016, she received education at School No. 9 in Baku. Nazrin learned dance from her grandmother, People's Artist of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Jamila Bayramova. From 2004 to 2016, she served as the soloist of the "Naughty Girls" ensemble at the Chingiz Mustafayev Children and Youth Creativity Center. She represented Azerbaijan with dignity at various festivals held in different countries.

Currently, Nazrin is actively engaged in choreography. She graduated from the Azerbaijan State University of Culture and Arts in 2020 with a degree in "Musical Theater Acting." While at the university, she composed and wrote lyrics for the play " The Marriage of Figaro".

In the Azerbaijan State Academic Drama Theater, she played the role of Scheherazade in the play "Scheherazade," directed by Nijat Kazimov. In the Young Spectators Theater, she composed the music for the play "Ogtay Eloghlu," directed by Vaqif Asadov, and took part in roles like "Juliet" and "Zemfira."

Nazrin Ismayilzade took on the lead role in the film "Arena," directed by Agil Nagiyev. She has also appeared in commercials, social videos, and various content-rich music videos, composing songs and performing them herself.

In 2021, she was played the character of Gumru in the play "Close as a breath" at the Musical Theater.