Almazian Symphony (founded in 2007, first as Almazain's Obsession) is an international classically trained female orchestra with a male soloist, violinist Khachatur Almazian, performing in Classical Crossover style.
Signed to Sony Music Entertainment in 2013, they have released their first album "Pop Symphony" and play instrumental arrangements of well-known pop and rock songs, as well as classical and film music. The orchestra performs internationally and has been featured on several TV shows.
Background[edit | edit source]
Founders of Almazian Symphony are violinist Khachatur Almazian, born in Yerevan, Armenia, and cellist Tamara Savic, born in Belgrade, Serbia, and are classically trained musicians. Almazian studied with Petros Haykazian and Villy Mokatsian in his native Yerevan, later with Igor Oistrakh at Brussels Royal Conservatory, with Eduard Wulfson in Paris and Misha Keylin in New York. Khachatur Almazian and Tamara Savic met in 2006. With the idea of putting together an orchestra.
Discograhy[edit | edit source]
- "Pop Symphony", Sony Music Entertainment in partnership with France TV National, released 2013. Single - Envole Moi
References[edit | edit source]
- "Envole-moi revu par Almazian et ses 18 amazones". 18 May 2012.
- Hélène, Le Blog des Associés par Yannick et. "Almazian entre symbolique initiatique et fluidité d'un "Envole Moi"".
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