Diana Adamyan 2018

Diana Adamyan, violin


Born in 2000 in Yerevan, into a family of musicians. Diana studied at Tchaikovsky School of Music with distinguished teacher of RA, Prof. Petros Haykazyan and at Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory with Professor Eduard Tadevosyan.
She has won the prizes at the 2nd “Renaissance” Competition-Festival (Gyumri, 2010, 1st prize), the 13th “Nutcracker” TV Competition (Moscow, 2012, 2nd prize and Silver “Nutcracker”), the International H. Bogdanyan Competition-Festival, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the violinist (Yerevan, 2014, 1st prize), the 9th International Tchaikovsky Youth Competition (Novosibirsk, 2015, 2nd prize).
Diana is a member of the “New Names” program of Armenia. Since 2012, she is under the patronage of the Armenian General Benevolent Union and “YerazArt” organization (Boston, USA).
In June 2014, Diana Adamyan was invited by Maestro Pinchas Zukerman to participate under his guidance in summer masterclasses of the Ottawa National Arts Center (Canada). In October 2014, she was again invited to Ottawa to appear as a soloist in Gala Concert of the NAC School, alongside with Pinchas Zukerman, Itzhak Perlman, Jessica Linnebach and other renowned musicians. In June 2015, Diana took part in masterclasses of NAC School. The same year, within the framework of the Yerevan Perspectives International Music Festival, dedicated to the 100th year commemoration of the
Armenian Genocide, Diana performed the Bach Double Concerto for 2 Violins at London Cadogan Hall, together with Pinchas Zukerman and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
From 2016 to 2017, Diana continuously attended masterclasses led by Leonidas Kavakos that took place one time a month, supported by DakApp Foundation and YerazArt organisation.
In June 2017, within the frames of the Yerevan Perspectives International Music Festival, Diana Adamyan performed the Khachaturian Violin Concerto with Tchaikovsky Big Symphony
Orchestra (TSO) under the baton of Maestro Vladimir Fedoseyev. Diana is a scholarship holder of the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein and has participated in the intensive music weeks and activities offered by the Academy every autumn and spring. In 2016, 2017, 2018 she has participated in the training weeks of this Academy with a famous Professor Ana Chumachenco, who invited her to enter her class in the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München to continue her education, which she did in 2018.
In 2018 she participated in the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition and won the 1st prize in the Senior group. Due to this victory she received numerous proposals to participate in the concerts with leading orchestras of the world. In March she is invited to participate in the RPO Gala Evening and in June 2019 she is performing two concerts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in UK. Besides, she is going to participate in the HIMA festival in Iceland and Seiji Ozawa Academy in Switzerland.
Diana Adamyan plays the violin crafted by Urs Mächler (Germany). After the Yehudi Menuhin International Competition, she was awarded to play Nicolaus Gagliano violin from the collection of Christophe Landon. Her contract to play this wonderful violin was kindly extended by the owner for one more year.




Eva Gevorgyan, piano


At the tender age of just 14, Armenian/Russian pianist Eva Gevorgyan has astonished audiences across Europe, Israel and the USA with her deeply felt musicality, dazzling technique and mature musical intelligence. A student at the prestigious Central Music School for Gifted Children at the Moscow Conservatory since she was six years old (where she studies with Natalia Trull), Eva is gaining recognition as one of the brightest stars to emerge from Russia in recent years. In 2019, Eva became the Discovery Winner at the ICMA (International Classical Music Awards). She is among 24 pianists who went through to the 1st round of The Cliburn Competition, and was named a piano student-in-residence at the Verbier Festival this year..





Daniel Melkonyan, trumpet


Sofya Vardanyan, violin


YerazArt fellows list 2018


In 2018 YerazArt supported 60 talents among them. 



Alex Grigoryan 

Artyom Ioanisyan

Mikayel Voskanyan



Hripsime Aghakaryan



Anahit Danukhyan


French Horn

Artur Tadevosov

Mikayel Martirosyan 

Levon Adamyan



Vardan Papikyan

Narek Harutyunyan



Gagik Karapetyan

Ashot Harutyunyan 



Daniel Melkonyan 



Hayk Hekekyan