Tigran Hambaryan

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Tigran Hambaryan is author of piano, vocal, chamber and symphonic compositions. Tigran has about 18-year creative experience. He has already 25 opuses at this moment. Tigran Hambaryan composes mostly in classic style. Tigran does not take atonalism and has the modal compositional thinking. He pays great attention to composition’s construction. The most important thing for Tigran Hambaryan is to come to the logical and conceptual end of the composition, independent of how much time it will take. Sometimes Tigran applies to compositional minimalistic developments. In some compositions there are sarcastic elements. He usually works on several compositions at the same time, periodically turning to one of them. Tigran Hambaryan have successfully solved the challenge of studying simultaneously in two departments of the Yerevan State Conservatory (Composition and Piano).

1995 - Entered to the Music School after Michael Mirzoyan. Studied simultaneously at the piano and composition departments.

2001 - Graduated the Music School after Michael Mirzoyan.
Entered to the Music School after P. I. Tchaikovsky. Studied only at the piano department.

2003 - Graduated the Music School after P. I. Tchaikovsky.
Entered to the Yerevan State Conservatory after Komitas. Studied simultaneously at the piano and composition departments.

2008 - Graduated the Yerevan State Conservatory after Komitas.

2015 - Became a member of the Composers Union of Armenia (CUA).

Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Solo Instrument


Prelude For piano, A moll, Op. 19, 2013 (2013)
Perpetuum Mobile For solo violin, G moll, Op. 17, 2012 (2012)

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )


Tango-humoresque For violin and piano, H moll, Op. 7, 2006 (2006)
Perpetuum Mobile For solo violin, G moll, Op. 17, 2012 (2012)
Prelude For piano, A moll, Op. 19, 2013 (2013)
Tango-humoresque For violin and piano, H moll, Op. 7, 2006 (2006)