Gyumri State Musical College named after Kara-Murza


Country: Armenia

Director: Tigran Noratyan

In 1934, the first music school was founded in Leninakan to train skilled musicians and contribute to the city’s cultural life. In 1954, it was named after Kristapor Kara-Murza, the founder of Armenian polyphony. The school, now a college, has offered specialties such as piano, string instruments, brass and percussion instruments, singing, and dance art. Over the years, it has produced talented musicians who have excelled in competitions and performed on prominent stages. The college continues its dedication to providing quality education and training. Additionally, since 2010, the Gyumri State Musical College has included a dance faculty, serving as the region’s only center for professional dance education.

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Participation in the Solo/Couple category