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Hayk Melikyan, pianist
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JANUARY 14, 2023 | 10:40 PM GMT+4
Television Premiere of the Recital Dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of Scriabin
Public Television of Armenia
Program: works by Alexander Scriabin

FEBRUARY 11, 2023 | 7:00 PM
National Center of Chamber Music
Armenian State Chamber Orchestra
Conductor: Ruben Ghazaryan
Soloists: Anush Nikogosyan, violin and Hayk Melikyan, piano
Program: Felix Mendelsohn: Double Concerto for Violin, Piano and Strings in D Minor, MWV O4

APRIL 20, 2023 | 8:00 PM
Komitas Museum-Institute
Crossroads 2023 | Contemporary Music Days in Armenia
Recital of the 20th Century and Contemporary Music
Program: Luis Quintana, György Kurtág, Yoshihisa Taira, Toshio Hosokawa, Pascal Dusapin, Wolfgang Rihm, André Boucourechliev

MAY 06, 2023 | 7:00 PM
Penderecki Contemporary Classics' Festival
Armenian State Symphony Orchestra
Program: Arvo Pärt: "Lamentate" for Piano and Orchestra
Soloist: Hayk Melikyan, piano
Conductor: Sergey Smbatyan

JUNE 13, 2023 | 7:30 PM
Komitas Chamber Music Hall
"My Peach Tree," Author's Concert: Composer Hayk Melikyan
Program: Piano Compositions and Songs

OCTOBER 05, 2023 | 7:00 PM
Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall
Recital Dedicated to the 120th Anniversary of Khachaturian
Program: works by Aram Khachaturian, Alexander Spendiarian, Sayat-Nova, Nikolai Myaskovsky


...Hayk Melikyan...has power and agility to spare, with plenty of attention to inner voicings. He is never at a loss for style or direction in any of this music, which is pretty impressive when you consider that it really represents two very different styles. He is always flexible and persuasively colorful in the nationalistic material, careful to articulate every line and give it its proper weight in the rest. And any musician who can differentiate between the two voices in the latter, manic half of the Poem, that often sound like a single line chasing its own tail, deserves recognition for his insight and technique.

Barry Brenesal
Fanfare Magazine