Having grown up in Russia and in the United States, Arman Tigranyan has benefited from a musical education in an international context. Born in Moscow, Tigranyan originally started his musical training on the violin, first with his father and later at the renowned P. Tchaikovsky Central Music School.
As a violinist, he continued his studies at the Peabody Conservatory and subsequentlyin Marseille andat the Karlsruhe Musikhochschule, where he graduated with honors in 2010. As a conductor, Arman Tigranyan began his formal education at the Freiburg Musikhochschule in the Fall of 2010. He further advanced his studies in Moscow where he graduated with his degree in Orchestral and Operatic Conducting. In 2012 he founded the chamber orchestra “Camerata Armonia” together with friends in Germany, where he is currently the artistic director. His ability to unite the musical traditions and forms of expression of various cultures and countries makes him an outstanding representative of a young generation of conductors.