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 The Universe of Neoclassics: Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, Max Richter, Olafur Arnalds, Enya
The Universe of Neoclassics: Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, Max Richter, Olafur Arnalds, Enya
geo Arno Babajanyan Concert Hall
date 24/02/2024 19:00
price Price from - AMD 6,500.00

ENG // The Universe of Neoclassics: Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, Max Richter, Olafur Arnalds, Enya

 ✨ A unique concert will take place on February 24th at 19:00 in the prestigious Arno Babajanyan Concert Hall in the heart of Yerevan.

 On this special winter evening, a virtuoso pianist, master of delicate performance of chamber music, and laureate of international competitions - Tigran Berkelyan, will play a very special programme, “The Universe of Neoclassics”, which will feature piano performances by such masters of neoclassical music as Ludovico Einaudi and Hans Zimmer, Max Richter and Olafur Arnalds, as well as a mystical riddle, are the Celtic sounds of Enya. 

 Timeless music that all generations can appreciate. This is the spirit of Tigran Berkelyan’s concert “The Universe of Neoclassics”. We invite you, together with Tigran, to plunge into a journey into the world of her majesty of music.

 Hurry up to get tickets for the most beautiful, magical, peaceful concert of February!

 The concert organisers are the creative agency RED EVENTS & Distribution ltd, which makes exceptional cultural events in ancient mansions, on rooftops, in greenhouses and in other most atmospheric venues throughout Russia, Armenia, Great Britain and other countries. Also in the repertoire – collection of concerts by candlelight and with full immersion in the space of video art and sound. Official website:

 Start at 7:00 pm.

 Address: Arno Babajanyan Concert Hall, Armenia, Yerevan, Khachatur Abovyan str., 2

 Please note: If you are late for a concert, you may be offered seats other than the category indicated on your ticket. Follow the instructions of administrators and security. We recommend arriving at concerts in advance.


 ●       L. Einaudi – Petricor

●       M. Richter - Sofa Chess 

●       L. Einaudi – Una mattina 

●       L. Einaudi – Divenire

●       O. Arnalds – Saman 

●       H. Zimmer – Inception Time

●       L. Einaudi – Elements

●       H. Zimmer – Interstellar 

●       Enya – Only time

●       L. Einaudi – Due Tramonti 

●       M. Nyman - Songs for Tony

●       L. Einaudi – Experience 

●       L. Einaudi – Oltremare

●       L. Einaudi – Fly

●       H. Zimmer – "Pirates of Caribbean fantasy":

- Mermaids

- Medallion calls

- I see Dead people in boats 

- He's the pirate

 *Please note that the programme is subject to changes


 🎻 Tigran Berkelyan

 Tigran Berkelyan was born in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) in 1988. He began his music studies at the age of seven at the music school named after him. Kushnaryan in Yerevan and then at the musical ten-year school named after them. Tchaikovsky in the class of Margarita Akopyan. In 2006, he continued his studies with Igor Yavryan at the Komitas State Conservatory. After graduating from the EGC, he entered the master's program at the University of Agder (UIA) in Kristiansand (Norway).

 Tigran took mastery lessons from Yuri Hayrapetyan, Ashley Voss, Marianna Shirinyan, Steven Kovacevich, and Einar Neckleberg.

 Laureate of over ten international competitions and festivals, including the prestigious International Competition named after Griga (Norway). He has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Armenia, Russia, Greece, Israel and Norway.

 Currently, he teaches at a particular music school named after him. P.I. Tchaikovsky. Within the framework of the state cultural support program and the support of the Canadian, Atken Armenian Foundation gives master classes in many regions of Armenia.

 Participation in competitions and festivals

2014. 3rd prize at the International Competition named after Griga (Norway).

2012. Participation in the International Chamber Music Festival Eilat (Israel).

2010. Participation in the International Chamber Music Festival in Thessaloniki (Greece).

2010. 1st prize and special prize at the II Elena Ter-Ghevondyan accompanist competition.

2009 2nd prize at the VI G. Sarajev Piano Competition

2008. 1st prize for the best performance of works of extensive form.

2007 Participation in the festival of modern and traditional art, “Gamar Art”

2004 2nd prize at the competition of young performers “In Memory of Vladimir Horowitz”

2002 2nd prize at the Republican Competition of Young Performers