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Shushan Sargsyan creates classical music, pop music and film music.
Shushan has been composing since the age of 14 andhas achieved a great success.
In 2000 recorded her rst audio CD called “Under the Moon” which includes 11 tracks.
In 2003 graduated from Ukrainian Art Institute (Conservatory) in Kharkov, named after Kotlyarevsky.
In 2003 won the rst prize at “Sayat Nova” national song competition with her song “Hayastan Yerkir” (“Armenia Country”) which became a hit.
In 2008 graduated from Yerevan State Conservatory after Komitas, (Armenia), the Department of Composition.
In June of 2010, under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia, Gyumri Branch of Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory and a number of large organizations, the author’s musical evening titled “Premiere” was held at Aram Khachatryan Concert Hall. Here were performed her “Namous,” a symphonic suite based on the same-named novel by novelist A. Shirvanzade (performed by Armenian State Youth Orchestra) and “Love Songs” (Lyrics by A. Terteryan).
In 2011 a famous song “Revive Japan” (Lyrics by I. Mkrtchyan), written by the composer Shushan Sargsyan, formed the basis for а charity project of the same name that was realized under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture of Armenia and a number of other organizations.
In 2012 she got a Grand Prize at “Veratsnund/Renaissance” International Contest-Festival for her chambervocal work “Thoughts”.
In 2012 Shushan got the 3rd prize at National Competitionof Composers for her chamber instrumental work “East and West”.
In 2014 she composed music for the song “Zolotie Vorota” (Golden Gates), which is concidered to be the second inofcial national anthem of Ukraine. The song is performed by the pop stars of Ukraine.
Since her composing career she has undertaken Master Class coarses by world famous composers, such as Yevgeny Stankovich, Tigran Mansuryan, Vardan Achemyan, Valentyn Sylvestrov, Arvo Pyart and others.
Since 2015 she is the member of Union of Composers and Musicologists of Armenia.
In 2016 famous Ukranian star Anastasia Prikhodko performed Shushan’s song “Free Now” at national selection contest for Eurovision 2016.
Shushan is the author of numerous classic music works, such as piano pieces, a sonata-variation “Yermiasnutyun” for mezzo-soprano and piano, quartet Suite “Gallery Monet ” for chamber orchestra, symphonic suite ” Namus” for large orchestra, (Songs of Love), for mezzo-soprano and piano “Reections” for soprano, violin and piano; “East and West” for the Armenian viola, cello, piano and bells.
Shushan is the author of more than 300 songs. Her songs are constantly performed by both beginners andwell-known artists of Armenia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Japan, Germany, Italy and USA.
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