David Abrahamyan

  • Alto
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David Abrahamyan Grigoryan began his musical education with Oleg Lev, a soloist member of the Moscow Virtuosos. He completed his Bachelor's degree at the Maastricht Conservatory under Henk Guittart (member of the Schoenberg Quartet) and Boris Belkin, graduating with distinction CUM LAUDE and obtaining a Master's degree in Music.

In 2006, he received a scholarship at the Juilliard School of Music and the Manhattan School of Music studying with Tobby Apple and Pantika Kopec. Mr. Abrahamyan furthered his musical education in master classes with musicians such as Tabea Zimmerman in Hans Eisler, Berlin (2006), Antoine Tamestit in Paris (2007), Yuri Bashmet at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena (2008), Diemut Poppen in Detmold (2009), and Leonidas Kavakos in Athens 2017.

From a young age, he began working with the Chamber Soloists of Salzburg under the artistic direction of Lavard Skou Larsen. Mr. Abrahamyan has performed with acclaimed conductors including Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta, Bernard Haitink, Roberto Benzi, Jesús López Cobos, and Plácido Domingo, among many others.

From 2005 to 2009, he was the creator and artistic director of the masterclasses "Musical Improvement" in Felechosa (Asturias, Spain), inviting esteemed professors such as Dora Schwarzberg, Liviu Prunaru, Alexander Chaushyan, Ashley Wass, Wolfgang Meyer, Gunter Pichler, Gustav Rivinius, Mikhail Kopelman, and Boris Belkin.

He has performed chamber and solo music with distinguished musicians like Boris Belkin, Alba Ventura, Daishin Kashimoto, Boris Andreanov, Diemut Poppen, Alina Pogostkina, Boris Brovtsyn, Levon Chilinguirian, Misha Maisky, Jean Bernard Pommier, Enrico Pace, David Cohen, Ashley Wass, Andrei Baranov, Alexander Chaushian, Liviu Prunaru, Wolfgang Meyer, Ilya Gringolts, Maxim Rysanov, Natalia Lomeiko, among others. His performances have taken place in prestigious concert halls such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Konzerthaus in Berlin, the Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires, the Mozarteum in Salzburg, the KKL in Lucerne, the Royal Festival Hall in London, the Queen Elisabeth Hall in London, the National Auditorium in Madrid, the Salle Pleyel in Paris, the Palais de Bozar in Brussels, the Sala Sao Paolo in São Paulo, and the Teatro Manzoni in Bologna.