Nareh
Arghamanyan

Armenia

Highly acclaimed for her “dazzling technique”, “charismatic stage presence”, and described as  “a major talent, a potential superstar”, sensational pianist Nareh Arghamanyan has shaken the music world and has been praised worldwide by various critics,conductors and audiences alike.
From Musikverein Vienna to Lincoln Center New York, Nareh dazzles audiences in prominent halls like Wigmore Hall, Philharmonie Berlin, Laieszhalle Hamburg, Herkulessaal Munich, Konzerthaus Vienna, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Ambassador Auditorium Los Angeles, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Philadelphia Kimmel Center, Petronas Hall Kuala Lumpur, Osaka Concert Hall Japan and others. Nareh frequently gives recitals in major cities throughout Asia, Europe and North America. She is a regular guest in renown festivals such as the Lucerne Piano Festival, Bregenzer and Schwetzinger Festspiele, Schleswig-Holstein, and Singapore Festivals. Having more than 30 various concertos in her repertoire , Nareh has already performed with many of the world’s  prestigious orchestras including with Vienna Symphony, Radio-Symphony, Tonhalle Zürich, HR Frankfurt, NDR Hamburg,  Berlin Radio-Symphony, Oslo Opera, Montreal Symphony, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Kyoto Symphony, Malaysian Philharmonic, Vancouver and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestras to name only few. Many of the world’s esteemed conductors have collaborated with Nareh including K.Nagano, Sir N.Marriner, A.Altinoglu, M.A.Chen and C. Poppen among others. Nareh has released 5 albums so far: solo works by Rachmaninov, followed by Liszt’s all piano-orchestral works, Prokofiev and Khachaturian Piano concerti with Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin and Alain Altinoglu and Piano Concerto by F. Danzi with H. Griffiths and  Munich Chamber  Orchestra, released by Sony Classical. Nareh is the Artistic Director of Classic on Danube and Austrian piano Open competitions as well as Zartonk ´summer music academy in Armenia. Nareh is a Bösendorfer artist, and she has recently been appointed as the head of the Vienna Music Academy as well as serving as a  piano professor at Centro Superior de Musica de Galicia, Spain.

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