Vartan Adjemian

Vartan Adjemian, Adventure for alto saxophone and string orchestra or wind orchestra or piano reduction

Adventure
for alto saxophone and string orchestra or wind band or piano

Vartan Adjemian, Blues for 2 tubas, string quartet and piano

Blues
for 2 tubas, string quartet and piano

Vartan Adjemian, Concerto for flute and chamber orchestra

Concerto
for flute and chamber orchestra or piano

Vartan Adjemian, Fantasia for tuba and piano

Fantasia
for tuba and piano

Vartan Adjemian, Poem for trumpet and piano

Poem
for trumpet and piano

Vartan Adjemian, Quintet for piccolo/flute, tuba, vibraphone, contrabass and piano

Quintet
for piccolo/flute, tuba, vibraphone, contrabass and piano

Vartan Adjemian, Sonata for flute and cello

Sonata
for flute and cello

Vartan Adjemian, Sonata no. 2 for flute and piano

Sonata no. 2
for flute and piano

Vartan Adjemian

Vartan Adjemian (*1956)

Vartan Adjemian was born 1956 to a very well-known and popular family in Armenia.

His grandfather, Vartan Adjemian Sr. (1905-1977) studied with Stanislavsky and Vsevolod Meyerhold and  was the General Stage Director of the National Theatre of Armenia and his grandmother was Arus Asryan (1904-1987), one of the leading actress of the same institution. 

His father, Alexander Adjemian (1925-1987), was a composer, author of seven symphonies, chamber works and songs. All were officially designated as People's Artists of Armenia.

Vartan Adjemian studied composition with Lazarus Saryan (1920-1998) at the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory from 1973 to 1981. In 1987, he received the National Prize of Armenia for his Symphony No. 1. He has written many orchestral, chamber, vocal, and instrumental music as well as for piano.

He is regarded as being one of the most gifted composers of his generation whose works are successfully performed worldwide.