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Andranik Berberyan

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Andranik Berberyan
Native name
Անդրանիկ Բերբերյան
Born (1994-08-15) August 15, 1994 (age 29)
GenresFilm music, contemporary classical music
Occupation(s)Composer, conductor, arranger, orchestrator
InstrumentsPiano, synthesizer, violin

Andranik Berberyan (Armenian: Անդրանիկ Բերբերյան, Russian: Андраник Берберян, born 1994) is an Armenian composer and conductor.

Music education[1][edit]

Andranik Berberyan was born on August 15, 1994 in Yerevan, Armenia, in a family of musicians.[1][2] From 2001 to 2008 he studied violin and piano at the Sayat-Nova School of music in Yerevan.[3] In 2016, he received the Bachelor’s degree in Composition from the Yerevan State Conservatory (YSC), having studied in the class of Aram Satyan. The same year, he received the Bachelor’s degree in Symphonic and Opera Conducting, having studied in the class of Ruben Asatryan.[3] In 2018, he received the Master’s degree in Composition from the YSC. During the studies, he composed symphonic and chamber compositions.[1]

Professional activities[1][edit]

From 2013, he has worked with the SHARM Holding company, as a composer and arranger.[2] From 2017, he has cooperated with the Domino Production company, as a composer.[2] He also worked with numerous ensembles and orchestras, such as the Armenian State Symphony Orchestra, the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, "Harutyunyan" woodwind-piano quartet, the State Youth Orchestra etc.[4] In 2016, along with composers A. Hovhannisyan, R. Antonyan and S. Umroyan, he co-founded and became the President of the "QuarterTone" NGO[3], that is aimed at developing and promoting contemporary music in Armenia.[5] [1] In 2017, he founded and became the President/CEO of “Symbolium”, a music education startup incorporated in the USA. [6] In 2019, he was nominated for 2019 “Anahit” National Film Awards in the “Best Composer” category for the music score of “Erken kisher” movie.[7]

Contemporary classical works[edit]


Year Title
2018 Mirage for orchestra
2017 Tongue Twister piece from Summer[Tunes] pieces for piano
2016 War[nings] for orchestra
2015 Sharp Point concerto for orchestra without strings
2014 Few words of love for two acoustic guitars (Dedicated to Lusine)
2014 3 microludes for piano
2013 Ritual for percussion ensemble
2013 Allegro for horn quartet
2012 Poem for Orchestra
2012 Romance for mezzo-soprano and piano / lyrics by: Vahan Teryan
2012 Poem-Toccata for piano

Filmography as a composer[edit]


Year Title Director Notes
2019 Urartu: The Forgotten Kingdom Vaga Vardanyan Documentary Film
2019 Cilicia: The Land of Lions[8] Ashot Arakelyan Anthology Film
2019 Mountains, Sun and Love Michael Poghosian
2018 Erken Kisher[8] Edgar Baghdasaryan Nominated:
  • 2019 “Anahit” National Film Award for Best Film Composer
2017 The Snow Aren Malakyan Short Film
2017 Fa[8] Arka Manukyan Short Film
2017 Against The Flow[8] Mher Mkrtchyan TV Series, 12 episodes
2016 The Line 2: 25 Years Later[10] Mher Mkrtchyan Composed with Armen Martirosyan
2016 Liturgy: Makar Ekmalian Vahe Yan Documentary Film
2016 The Underground City Hrachya Zakaryan Documentary Film
2016 The Line Mher Mkrtchyan Composed with Armen Martirosyan
2016 Roots[11] Vahe Yan
2015 Alter Ego[12] Vigen Chaldranyan
2015 Parda Merri Mkrtchyan Composed with Aram Hovhannisyan
2013 The Shepherd’s Song Vahram Mkhitaryan Composed with Arsen Babajanyan
2012 Action: Wedding in the mountains Ashot Gevorgyan Documentary Film

Side projects[1][edit]



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 "Medium - Bio Andranik Berberyan". Medium Blog. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Andranik Berberyan, Biography in Armenian".
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "The founding team of Quartertone NGO". quartertone (in русский). Retrieved 2019-08-04.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Jazz arrangements of Aram Khachaturian's compositions".
  5. "About the activity of Quartertone".
  6. "About Symbolium".
  7. "Erken Kisher - IMDB".
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 "IMDB - Andranik Berberyan portfolio".
  9. "Itunes profile - Andranik Berberyan".
  10. "The Line OST".
  11. "Roots OST".
  12. "GAIFF - Alter Ego".
  13. "Fanfare for Erebuni-Yerevan Soundcloud".

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