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Hayk Arsenyan, a native of Armenia, has appeared in numerous recitals and festivals throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia, in venus such as Carnegie Hall (New York), Palais d’UNESCO and Salle Cortot (Paris), the Kremlin and Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow), Cadillac Shanghai Concert Hall, Tsunohazu Kumin Hall (Tokyo), “Petranka” Museum of Mozart (Prague), Auditorio MuBE (Sao Paolo), Sala Cervantes (Havana), Auditorio de Miguel Delibes (Valladolid), Dar-Al-Assad Opera House (Damascus), The Philippines National Museum (Bacolod), Phillips Collection (Washington DC), Nixon Presidential Museum (Los Angeles), and Myra Hess Series in Chicago.

At the age of 11 Mr. Arsenyan made his orchestral debut at the Armenian National Philharmonic, performing his own Requiem, and at 17, his European debut as a soloist with the Radio France National Philharmonic Orchestra in Paris. 

A long-time professor at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Mr. Arsenyan holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Iowa and a Master’s degree from the Gnessins Music Academy in Moscow.  Mr. Arsenyan also studied the piano in Paris at École Normale Supérieure de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot. In 2007 he received a full-tuition Yevgeny Kissin Award for Professional Studies program at Manhattan School of Music in New York and gave a debut performance with Pinchas Zukerman at Carnegie Hall’s Zankel Hall.

A lifetime member of the French Union of Composers (SACEM) , two collections of his original works were published in Paris in 1993. In 2016 he also became a member of the Armenian Union of Composers. His “Stratum” for bass and piano is published exclusively by the Zimmermann Publications in California. 

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