Oganes Arustamov

Switzerland

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Biography

Oganes Arustamov is a concert violinist, the winner of russian national and international competitions, among the last ones The XII youth Delphic
Games of Russia, 2013, the gold medal, The VIII Delphic Games of the participating countries of the CIS, 2013, the gold medal, The I Russian competition of violinists of a name of N. A. Goldenberg, the grand-prix.

Oganes was born in Moscow (Russia) at 1992. The first concert he gave at the age of 6. Participated in various children's competitions, took the best prizes. Since 2006 to 2010 Oganes was the student of the Academic Musical College at the Moscow State Conservatory (class of prof. Glezarova M.S.), next he studied at Moscow State Conservatory Tchaikovsky (class of prof. Bochkova I.V.), HEMU de Lausanne (class of prof. P. Vernikov) and Hochschule für Musik Basel (class of prof. R. Schmidt). Currently he is a Master Soloist student in Hoschule für Musik Basel (class of prof. A. Oprean). His repertuar includes classic, romantic, modern, jazz and baroque compositions. 
He performed with The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, Novosibirsk Philharmonic Orchestra,
Kaliningrad Symphony Orchestra,
Collegium Musicum Lausanne and other music collectives.

Talent Card

Art Type:

Musician

Location:

Switzerland

Speciality:

Band, Duet, Duo, Improviser, Producer, Quartet, Trio, Violinist

Genres:

Baroque Pop, Blues, Classical, Classics, Dance, Folk, French, German, Gypsy, Instrumental, Italian, Jazz, Opera, Original, Party , Russian, Spanish, Tango, World Music

Events Type:

Bachelor Party, Children Birthday, Corporate Event, Private Party, Exhibition, Festival, Public Event, Wedding, Hotels & Restaurants, Cruise Ship

Awards and Recognition

The grand prize - The I Russian competition of violinists of a name of N. A. Goldenberg, 2013

The gold medal - The VIII Delphic Games of the participating countries of the CIS, 2013

The gold medal - The XII youth Delphic Games of Russia, 2013

Group Members

Julia Zimina

Mandolinist & guitarist

Fuko Ishii

Pianist & cembalist

Denis Fedorov

Organist & accordionist

Oganes Arustamov