Solo concerts in Sydney and Melbourne
Inga and Anush have recently given solo concerts in Australia. Arshakyan sisters had two concerts in Sydney and one in Melbourne presenting Armenian folk music through modern adaptations and original compositions.
"Bonjour l’Armenie": greetings from Canada
"Bonjour l’Armenie" project marking the 20th anniversary of the Independence of the Republic of Armenia was launched in Canada. Within the scope of the project Inga and Anush performed a joint concert with Armenian and Canadian artists in Montreal.
Inga and Anush at the International Cultural Congress
The Arshakyan sisters participated in the “Culture as a resource for modernization” international congress hosted in Ulyanovsk on 23 to 27 September.
My name is Armenia. Premiere dedicated to the 20-th anniversary of Independence
“Sharm Holding” presents a new song dedicated to the Independence of Armenia performed by Inga and Anush. The original song by Mané Hakobyan and Avet Barseghyan “Im Anune Hayastan e” promises to become the leitmotif of the festive events.
Armenian Culture Days in Ukraine featuring Inga and Anush
Armenian culture days in Ukraine launched on June 30. Exhibitions, film retrospectives, encounters with writers and artists were organized within the scope of the project.
Concert dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Independence in Isfahan
On May 28, in Isfahan, the city with a large Armenian Diaspora took place the concert of Inga and Anush dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Independence.
Inga and Anush in Kuwait
Inga and Anush are recently back from Kuwait, where they had been invited to participate in the events linked to the 50th anniversary of the national school.
Inga graduated from the violin department at Arno Babajanyan Music College in Yerevan. Along with the studies she worked in the State Violin Ensemble. She is also the alumna of the Komitas State Conservatory where she studied at the jazz-vocal department.