singer, composer, pianist

Born in Yerevan (Armenia) in 1973, Lucineh Hovanissian has shown an interest in music in her early youth. She has been performing on stage since the age of 9 as a soloist singer in Yerevan’s Municipal Park children’s Band. She studied music (piano and composition) at music school, and at the age of 11, began performing as a pianist-composer. In 1994 she graduated from Yerevan State Medical University (diploma with honours) followed subsequently by post-graduated studies in the field of children’s dentistry. Lucineh completed her musical studies in the vocal department of the Jazz Art College and the Yerevan State Conservatory.
She won awards at the Aram Khatchaturian competitions among young composers of Armenia. In 2002 she became a UNESCO laureate in music (Bursary Aschberg). In 2004 she had the first place (category “Solo Canto”) at the VII International Festival MUSICWORLD in Fivizzano (Italy).
Lucineh was soloist in the Armenian National Radio Chamber Choir as well as correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Armenian service. She has performed in Armenia, Georgia, France, Canada and Italy.

Armenian (native), Russian (fluent), French (fluent), English (proficient)
Italian (intermediate)
Ancient sacred songs and traditional music from different regions of present and historical (western) ARMENIA including “Horovels”- plough songs arranged with the Armenian traditional wind instruments: duduk, shvi, tav shvi, blul, pku, zurna.
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