Anahit Nersesyan

Anahit Nersesyan

style="font-weight : bold;">Anahit Nersesyan (In Armenian: Անահիտ Ներսիսյան, по-русски: Анаит Нерсесян), a famous Armenian pianist was born in Yerevan. She studied at the Tchaikovsky Music School, Yerevan from 1961-72 with Professor E. Voskanyan. Continued education at the Moscow State Conservatory, the class of Professor V. Merzhanov, from 1972 - 77. Got post-graduate education in piano. Since 1977 has been teaching at the piano department of the Yerevan State Komitas Conservatory. Participated in the international competitions and festivals: VI Internationaller Johann Sebastian Bach Wettbewerb (1980, First Prize and Golden Medal, Germany), J.S. Bach 300th Anniversary Festival (1984, Germany). Had master classes at Karol Lipiński University of Music in Wrocław (1985, Poland),Tokyo College of Music (1994-95, Japan). Was the member of international juries: J.S. Bach International Competition in Saarbrucken (1992, Germany), Rachmaninov International Competition (1994, 1995, 2004, 2008, Russia). Had numerous recitals in Germany, France, Canada, Finland, Hungary, Austria, Japan, Baltic countries, USA and Poland. Performed with conductors Khanjian, Tjeknavorian, Manino (Italy), van Tristen (Netherlands), Koch, Emin Khachaturian. She many times appeared with the Komitas Quartet.

Meritorious Artist of Armenia in 2007, she currently is a professor of the Yerevan State Komitas Conservatory.

Her albums were widely popular in USSR, Germany and Japan, where she toured numerous times. She had releases at the Melodiya, and Altus Her recordings as free mp3 files are available at the Classical Musical Archives


RECORDINGS

LPs

Samuil Feinberg,” Sochinenya dlya fortepjano”, Sonata No 10, 1980, Melodiya,USSR

Anahit Nersesyan plays J.S. Bach, 1981, Melodiya, USSR

Gagik Hovunts, Kamernye proizvedenia, Sonata No 2, 1983, Melodiya,USSR

Anahit Nersesyan plays Shostakovich, 1984, Melodiya, USSR

CDs

Anahit Nersesyan plays Armenian Composers, 1994, USA

Nordic Music for the Violin (with Megumi Ogata – violin), 2001, Altus, Japan

Anahit Nersesyan plays Various program, 2005, Armenia


REVIEWS

“Great scope, bright emotionality, noble taste, and perfect technical command are felt in her performance. I also wish to point to the rich timber of sounding, characteristic of Nersesyan’s execution”.

Arno Babajanian (People’s artist of USSR)


LINKS

Yerevan State Komitas Conservatory

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