OPEN PROGRAMS: Hard&soft skills

Hard & soft skills programs are focused on the social, technical, digital and event-production skills to support and partner with the artistic development of a young musician.

Open Educational Programs will be run under the supervision and with the personal involvement of successful artists, producers, educators, digital gurus, and businesspeople who are living proof of the fact that every artist or producer follows a unique path in their career.

ARTISTIC TRAINING: Master Classes & More

The primavera foundation of Armenia searches for the most promising Armenian young classic guitarists, pianists, violinists and chamber music ensembles of trios and quartets to become students of its Artistic Training program.

The Artistic Training program is created under the patronage of certain artists, with the aim of producing world-class musicians who can represent Armenia internationally. The program provides a unique opportunity for young and talented musicians to receive top-quality training from some of the best music teachers in the world.

All-Armenian Classical Music Education & Young Talent Survey

We would like to better understand the current situation concerning classical and Armenian ethnic music education for children and youth throughout Armenia. To this end we intend to carry out a four-month study, conducted by means of an online questionnaire and face-to-face interviews. The specific objective of the study is to identify high-potential young Armenian musicians and their teachers. We also seek to collect data on the most active and important regional competitions, festivals, and master class organizers.

If you know anyone who could make an essential contribution to this initiative, such as a music teacher or a classical music event organizer, please feel free to copy and share this link with them.

The All-Armenian Classical Music Education and Young Talent Survey is closed. We express our sincere gratitude to everyone who answered the survey questions, thank you!

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Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra Centennial, 2024/25 and 2025/26 seasons

The Foundation, in collaboration with our strategic partner, Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra (Artistic Director & Principal Conductor: Eduard Topchjan) will design and produce a program of special events dedicated to the centennial anniversary of the ensemble. Founded in 1925 in Yerevan, this oldest and most prestigious symphony orchestra in Armenia was counted among the top orchestras of the former Soviet Union. The orchestra presents around 50 performances annually and attracts more than 60 000 audience members at the Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall in Yerevan.

Throughout its 100-year history, the orchestra has collaborated with legendary soloists and conductors, presented world premieres of works by Armenian composers including Aram Khachaturian (often under his baton), toured in Europe, Middle East, China, and across North and South Americas. These days the orchestra serves as a unique link between Armenia and famous Armenian musicians, who perform with prestigious orchestras and opera houses worldwide.

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Armenian Composers’ Legacy Research

We believe that a vast part of Armenian musical legacy remains to be discovered by the world. To this end, we intend to assess and systemize the existing archives and to create a digital database of significant works by Armenian composers so that they become available and accessible globally for research, performances and recordings.