Russian pianist Rustam Muradov began to study music in Vladikavkaz (Professor-Cecilia Greim) and continued at the Middle Specialised College of Music of the St Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire (Professor- Marina Wolf and Alexander Sandler ). Since 2009 he has been a student at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire (Class of professor – Ruvim Ostrovsky , and Sergei Ossipenko. Ever since he was a child, Rustam Muradov has been winning prizes at various national and international festivals and competitions including the Tchaikovsky Music Festival (Vladikavkaz), the Stars of Ossetia Republican Piano Competition (Vladikavkaz), the Gartow Stiftung Competition (St Petersburg, Russia, 2005), the Window on Europe international competition (St Petersburg, Russia, 2007), the ISAM International Piano Competition, (Grand Prix, Michelstadt, Germany, 2007), the International Maria Yudina Chamber Ensembles and Piano Duets Competition (2nd prize, St Petersburg), the International Johannes Brahms Competition (3rd prize, Pörtschach, Austria, 2008), the International José Iturbi Piano Competition (Los Angeles, USA), the International Premio de Paterna Valencia Competition and the International Southern Highlands Competition (2nd prize , Bowral, Australia, 2011), Emil Gilels Competition (3rd prize , Odessa , Ukraine, 2012) ,Mikola Lysenko Music Competition (2nd prize , Kyiv, Ukraine, 2012), Gyorgos Thymis Int. Piano Competition (2nd prize , Thessaloniki , Greece), 1st prizes at Alexei Skavronsky (2016) and 8th Almaty International Piano Competition (2017)
For his career in music Rustam Muradov was awarded the Yuri Temirkanov Prize in 2004, while in 2010 he received the Prize of the President of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania. Has toured throughout Russia and to Germany.
He played with outstanding Conductors and orchestras as Valery Gergiev and Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra , Vladimir Dyadyura and Ukraine National Orchestra , Hobart Earl and Odessa Symphony , Dorian Wilson, Timur Zangiyev and New Philarmonik Orchestra – Vladimir Spivakov as a general conductor ect.