Tatevik Ayvazyan is a concert pianist from Russia, having performed throughout Russia both as a solo and chamber musician. Her career spans nearly a decade and a half.
Ms. Ayvazyan graduated from Novosibirsk State Conservatory after M. Glinka, in 2005, with a Master’s Degree in piano performance, following her study at Bratsk State College of Music. In 2007 she completed her doctorate degree at Krasnoyarsk Academy of Music and Theater, putting forth a thesis on “the Contribution of George Frderic Handel”.
Since 2005, Ms. Ayvazyan has been a professor at Bratsk State College of Music and has also worked as a freelance accompanist in Bratsk and Novosibirsk, Russia. She is known for her brilliant solo work as well as partnership with other accomplished musicians, such as violinists Svetlana Gres, Marina Sartakova, alto saxophonist Yekaterina Epova, and her long-time piano-duo partner Gulfairuz Shauet.
Ms. Ayvazyan has performed at the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory, the Huesca Hall in Spain, the Concert Hall of Novosibirsk Philharmonia, the Irkutsk Philharmonic Hall, the Novosibirsk “House of Scientists”, etc.
In the summer of 2010, Ms. Ayvazyan participated in a series of concerts in Yerevan, Armenia, performing a number of Manukyan’s works, as well premiering the composer’s recent “Five Songs on Words by Russian Poets” with American Soprano Lyndi Williams.