Hayk Tigranyan

Hayk Tigranyan

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From 2008 Hayk is the principal soloist of Armenian
National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater after A.Spendiaryan. His opera
repertoire includes Ramphis, The King of Egypt – Aida by Verdi, Oroveso
– Norma by Bellini, Ferrando – Il Trovatore by Verdi, Alidoro-La Cenerentola by
G. Rossini , Il Sagrestano-Tosca by Puccini, Rocco- Fidelio by
Beethoven, Callistene-  Il Poliuto by Donizetti,  Zuniga – Carmen by Bizet, Mazetto
– Don Giovanni by Mozart, Sparafucile-Rigoletto by Verdi, Gremin,
Zaretsky – Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky, Don Basilio – The Barber
of Seville by Rossini, Old Gipsy – Aleco by Rakhmaninoff, Méphistophélès
- Faust by Gunod, Konchak, Polovtsian Khan – Prince Igor by
Borodin, Colline – La Boheme by Puccini.
Expected role
At the first of September , during the World premiere
of Haro Stepanyan’s “ Sasuntsi Davit” Hayk Tigranyan will performe the main role of
Msra
Melik, under the high patronage of the spouse of the president of RA
Mrs. Rita Sargsyan - dedicated to the independense day of Artsakh, conductor
Suren Shakhijnyan (France).
Master classes
Hayk Tigranyan attended master classes of Patricia
Pache (Italy-2014), Karan Armstrong (Estonian -2015) Larisa
Gergieva(Russia-2015), Maris Skuya (Austria-2015) Diana Zola ( USA-2017) ,
Howard Watkins (USA-2017),John Fisher (Great Britain- 2017).

Awards
Hayk won numerous awards: In 2015 he won the 4th
International Competition Jazeps Vitols at the Latvian National Opera theatre .
In 2013 he was awarded with a diploma by the International Association of
Lawyers and psychologists as a devotee of Armenian Music Art. He was honored
with a certificate of appreciation from the Minister of Youth and Culture of Nagorno
Karabakh N. Aghabalyan, as the best singer in the role of Avo in the opera
Artsvaberd. In 2012 he won the 28th world competition called "Spring of
April" in the Democratic Republic of South Korea. In 2012 he was honored
on national radio for the great record of Korean national music, in 2011 he was
awarded by the Minister of Culture Hasmik Pogosyan for the great contribution
in the field of the Opera music during the 21th anniversary of Armenian
independence. He is also a laureate of many other competitions on the
international and regional level including Competition dell’ opera (Austria-2015),
Klaudia Taev competition (Estonia-2015), Pavel Lisitsyan competition  (Russia-2012).
Performed roles in National Academic theatre of Opera
and Ballet after A. Spendiaryan
Hayk Tigranyan debuted at the National Academic
theatre of Opera and Ballet after A. Spendiaryan with the role of Kyoxva
in A.Tigranyan’s Anush(2008). than he performed with the roles of Melik
in A.Tigranyan’s Davit Bek, Vasak in A.Tigranyan’s Arshak B
(2010), Bazar Bashi in A. Harutyunyan’s Sayat Nova (2011). In 2013 Took
the main role of Avo in "Atrsvaberd" opera by Andrey Babaev with the
Armenian state Philharmonic orchestra in Nagorno Karabakh (Shushi), which was
organized by the Ministry of Culture of Armenia and Ministry of Culture of
Nagorno Karabakh. From 2014-2016 he si ng the role of Ramfis in Verdi’s opera
Aida, Ferrando in Il Trovatore by Verdi and Zuniga in Carmen by Georges Bizet ,
Oroveso in Norma by V. Bellini, Alidoro in La Cenerentola by G. Rossini and Il
Sagrestano in Tosca by G. Puccini during the debuts of operas at the National
Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet A. Spendiaryan with conductors Y. Davtyan,
K. Durgaryan, G. Marciano, M. Kisocci, H. Arzumanyan, A. Araqelyan.
Festivals
 He performed at
festivals including Opera Gala concert with Symphony Orchestra of the National
Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet A. Spendiaryan during the Aram Khachaturyan internationl festival 2016
(cond. Gianluca Marciano -Italy), Aram
Khachaturyan internationl festival 2015, where he song vocal cycle of
G.Sviridov with Khachaturyan trio and Faberge
Ball Pärnu Internationa festival in Estonioa where he performed with Kaunas
Symphony Orchestra (Erki Pehk cond. ) and the Faberge Ball Pärnu Internationa festival 2016.
Concerts
 His concert repertoire
includes Rossini’s Petite messe solennelle, Verdi’s Requiem, Bethowen’s 9th simphony
and variuos opera arias, armenian national and  sacral music.
Hayk Tigranyan recently performs in Estonia, Libanon, Austria, Italy, Latvia, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay,
South Korea, Russia with different concert projects.
In 2017 he
has solo concert in Estonia- Tallin with Helin Kapten (piano).
2017 he sung
with Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra  (cond.
E.Topchyan)                   during the
concert devoted to the world famous Charles Aznavour (For You Aznavour ).
 In 2015 as a soloist  he took part in a concert  tour with the symphony orchestra of ‘’Kohar’’
and gave four concerts in Lebanon in Beirut.
In 2013 he has a concert the Stars
of white night in S. Peterburg and sung with Mariinsky Theatre Symphonic orchestra
(Russia).
In 2012 as  the soloist of the symphony orchestra of
"Kohar" he  took a concert tour
in South America, giving concerts in the  
famous auditorium such as Nacional del Sodre of Montevideo (Uruguay), Auditorio
Ibirapuera Sao Paulo (Brazil),Orpheus Superdomo Cardoba (Argentina) and the
Luna Park Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Also in 2012 he took part in concerts of   ‘’American
Gala’’ singing American music and Verdiana
gala concert singing  Verdi’s operas with
the Symphony Orchestra of the National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet A.
Spendiaryan.
Colaborating

 Hayk Tigranyan 
performed with orchestras including Mariinsky
Theatre Symphonic orchestra     (Russia),
Kaunas Symphony Orchestra (Lithuania), Latvian orchestra of National opera and
ballet (Latvia), KOHAR Symphony Orchestra (Armenia, Gyumri), Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra , Sympho-Jazz orchestra of
Public Radio and TV  under
the baton of conductors Erki Pehk
(Estonia), Martin Ozolin (Latvia) E.Dyadyura (RU), Chilkevich (RU), Mark
Kisocci (Switzerland), Gianluca Marciano (Italy), E. Topchyan (Armenia). He
worked with directors

Mario
Koradii (Italy), Georgy Isahakyan (RU) Giordania, Gayozi (Georgia), Irkin
Gabitov (RU).

 
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