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Armen Martirosyan (musician)

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Armen Martirosyan
Background information
Born (1963-02-18) February 18, 1963 (age 54)
Yerevan, Armenia
Genres Jazz, funk, R&B, pop
Occupation(s) Musician, composer, songwriter, music producer
Years active 1973–present
Labels unsigned

Armen Martirosyan (Armenian Արմեն Մարտիրոսյան, born on 18 February 1963 in Yerevan) is an Armenian musician and composer.[1]


His first music lessons were given in his early childhood by his grandmother, who taught him the rudiments of the notes. At the same time, his parents introduced him to different genres of musical art (ballet, opera and concerts of symphonic music). In 1970, aged seven, he entered the well-known music school being already familiar with the notes, having perfect pitch and a sense of rhythm. Teachers noticed the absolute composing abilities and rare intuition for performing musical composition.

In 1978, aged fourteen, he met Edvard Mirzoyan, the Chairman of the Composers’ Union of Armenia. It was a historical event for the teenager.

In 1980, he entered the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory and the composition class of Edvard Mirzoyan.

A strong innovative character distinguished Martirosyan. He was the first composer in Armenia to apply computer technologies in music.

1991 to 1995 were Martirosyan's “traveling years”. During these four years he worked in Switzerland as a pianist. From 1995 to 1997 he worked in the Armenian Song Theatre as a producer and arranger. In 1997, he became an artistic director and a conductor of the Armenian Jazz Band (AJB).

Martirosyan composed Armenia's entry into the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo "Apricot Stone" and the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna "Face The Shadow".


  1. ^ "Culture Minister's decision welcomed". Public Radio of Armenia. 9 March 2009. Archived from the original on 15 April 2009. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 

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