Born in Yerevan, she graduated from Yerevan Conservatory in 1996. In 1999, she completed her post-graduate studies under Professor Gohar Gasparian.
He was born in Karasubazar (present Belogorsk) in 1853, died in Tiflis in 1902.
He was born in Armavir in 1928. In 1961 he graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory, the class of compositions after E. Mirzoian.
Since 1991 pianist and conductor Constantine Orbelian leads the Moscow Chamber Orchestra.
A renowned Armenian conductor, musical and social person, People's Artist of the Republic of Armenia (1945).
David Azarian was born in 1952 in Yerevan, Armenia. His father was a music teacher and reed player who worked for more than 50 years with the Opera and Ballet Symphony Orchestras of Armenia.
He was born in 1950 in Yerevan. In 1974 he graduated from the Yerevan Conservatory, the class of compositions after L. Sarian and the class of organ of V. Stamboltsian.
David Khanjian, renowned Armenian conductor and pianist, Distinguished Artist of the Republic of Armenia granted two government honors, started his musical education at Tchaikovsky school of music
Djivan Gasparyan was born in Solag, a village just outside the capital city of Yerevan, Armenia.
The great ashugh Djivani (real name and surname - Serob Levonian) was born in 1846 in village Kartsakh, and died in 1909 in Tbilisi.