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Light of My Music
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 801204002438
  • Item #: SRD400243
  • Release Date: 8/24/2010
  • Rank: 1000000
  • This product is a special order
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Price: $28.93
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Light of My Music on CD

This young pianist always appears at the stage with dark glasses in his eyes, when at all times with someone's escort. Getting closer to the piano and feeling it with his palm, he gives a signal to his escort, who promptly leaves him... Also feeling and adjusting his chair he sits down. After this week appearance, he regains his self confidence: now, it is him, his piano and his attentive audience. He reaches his hands towards the piano keyboard, keeping it little bit higher... The first not is played... The concert has started... He was born in Yerevan, Armenia on December 26, 1989. In age sixty he completely lost his vision. He is attached to piano from his cradle, when his father would turn on the player and little Levon for hours would listen Mozart, Breams, Debussy, George Benson, Oscar Peterson... To this date, Music is his companion and as he notes: "Someone may desert me, but not music; it is my faithful companion." In 2007 Levon graduates Alexander Spendarian's musical school and the same year he was accepted in the musical Conservatory of Komitas. Now he is in grade 3, in professor S. Kecheks class. As a pianist, Levon Karapetyan already has his life story. As a soloist, he has had many concerts in Yerevan's different concert halls. In 2006 at Aram Khachatryan's concert hall Levon has performed Mozart's 19th concerto for the piano and orchestra with Armenian national symphony and conductor Ruben Asatryan. In 2005 ?. Levon became a prise winner of musical competition of Alexander Spendiaryan: He has given concerts in Moscow and in 2007 he participated in FLEMI International competition and received a diploma. During the concert at Arno Babajanyan's 85th anniversary, where among the attendants sat USSR's and RA's famous actor Edvard Mirzoyan, Levon performed Babajanyan's "Elegia" and left a big impression on everyone in the audience. There Edvard Mirsoyan noted: "It is our duty to assist Levon in advancing his talents. With his talent and devotion, he inspires faith towards the blooming of his future talent."