Date City, Country Venue
10/02/2020 Perm, Russia

Organ hall

14/02/2020 Sortavala, Karelia, Russia


15/02/2020 Kondopoga, Karelia, Russia

Organ hall

17/02/2020 Sochi, Russia

Winter International festival of arts, Organ hall

18/02/2020 Moscow, Russia

“Niko” Gallery

22/02/2020 Kaunas, Lithuania

Concert hall of Filharmony

24/02/2020 Palecius Dvaras, Lithuania
25/02/2020 Vilnius, Lithuania

Grand Duke Palace

26/02/2020 Riga, Latvia

VEF chamber hall

27/02/2020 Tallinn, Estonia

About Trio

Khachaturian Trio was founded as trio “Arsika” in 1999. The ensemble had tours in over 100 cities in 30 countries, performed in most famous concert halls, such as Musikverein, Wien, Laiezhalle, Hamburg, Gewandhaus, Leipzig, Gasteig-Philharmonie, Munich, Purcell Room, London, Suntory hall, Tokyo, Koerner Hall, Toronto. Participated in a number of prestigious festivals – the Festival de las Artes (Costa Rica), Festival International Cervantino (Mexico), “Russiche Kammermusikfest” in Hamburg, Malta International Music Festival to name a few. Trio’s performances have been frequently broadcasted by TV and Radio. 

The musical critics highly praise Khachaturian Trio’s virtuous performances, subtle sense of style, warmest sound, brilliant and deep musicality. From 2006 the Trio has been performing in the following members: Armine Grigoryan – piano, Karen Shahgaldyan – violin, Karen Kocharyan – cello. Members of the Trio are involved in pedagogic activity giving master classes in music schools of various regions of Armenia. The Trio performs actively, during these years Khachaturian Trio has for about 70 concerts in a season.

In 2008 the ensemble was renamed after the outstanding Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian.

In 2010 the musicians together with Aram Khachaturian’s close friend, benefactor Assadour Guzelian, established Classical Music Development Foundation, which helped them to improve their educational and charity activity.


Ensemble has several special projects with orchestra. Three concertos during one night by Khachaturian, for piano, for violin and Concerto-rhapsody for cello. Similar project, dedicated to Tchaikovsky.

Khachaturian’s solo sonatas – for piano, for violin, for cello and for viola, (violist – Maxim Novikov), which were also recorded for a CD.

Very important part of the Trio’s repertoire is Triple concerto by Beethoven.

Khachaturian Trio’s special projects that are held in Armenia, have a great popularity: monographic concerts, dedicated to anniversaries of outstanding composers of the past and the present (Brahms, Bach, Debussy, Dvorak, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Richard Strauss, Eduard Mirzoyan, Alexander Harutyunyan, Karen Khachaturian, Avet Terteryan, Tigran Mansuryan, Georgs Pelecis). Special project, towards the Childrens’ Day, there was a concert during which the great composers’ works, that they wrote when they were just children, were performed (Mozart, Mendelssohn, Rossini, Schubert). There was a great concert titled “Music of the City”, which united music and architecture. The works of Armenian Composers of 20s, 50s, 70s and 2000s were performed during the program, and at the same time the archive scenes from Yerevan were presented on the screen.

The Trio works in tight collaboration with contemporary composers. It has premiered a number of new works, which were commissioned by them. The Trio’s repertoire covers a wide range of music styles.

The Trio has good connections with Aram Khachaturian Museum in Yerevan, which is possible to call a “laboratory” for musicians of the Trio. They have recorded CDs, their concerts are permanently take place here, as well as several educational projects, which were inspired by musicians of the Trio were held in Maestro’s house.




Nine CDs, dedicated to Armenian and Russian music, were recorded by musicians, including CD with music of Khachaturian and Maltese composer Alexey Shor, released by Sony, mono-CD of Alexandre Arutyunyan’s music, double CD, dedicated to chamber music of Aram Khachaturian, trios by Tchaikovsky, Arensky (d-moll), Babadjanyan, Schostakovich (e-moll), CD, dedicated to the music of Armenian modern composers (Adjemian, Babayan, Chaushian), two CDs with most famous Armenian classical pieces.




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