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Category: Armenian Singers

We are proud to present the following Armenian Singers on Barahantes.Com, the Premier Armenian Entertainment Website

Karnig Sarkissian

Karnig Sarkissian

Karnig Sarkissian is a very famous Armenian patriotic singer,he started singing in a very early age,when he was in Aleppo

Andy Madadian on Barahantes.Com

Andy Madadian

Bringing matinee idol charisma to the silver screen and concert stage is ANDY, Persia’s legendary music exile aka “The Prince of Persia” or “The Persian Elvis” in media circles

Sirusho on Barahantes.Com


One of the songs that Sirusho performed as a child was “Qele-qele”, an Armenian folk song written in the early 1900s by Komitas.

Hratch Bogharian on Barahantes.Com

Hratch Bogharian

From a young age it was apparent HRATCH BOGHARIAN had musical talents singing in both Armenian and Arabic.

Tamar Kaprelian on Barahantes.Com

Tamar Kaprelian

Tamar Kaprelian exploded onto the pop scene when her song “New Day” was introduced to the world in the wedding scene of MTV’s The Hills.

Tiffany Madadyan on Barahantes.Com

Tiffany Madadian

Tiffany Madadian was born in April 1989 to a family of musicians and music lovers. A shy child growing up, she found her voice in her school choir and soon couldn’t keep that voice to herself.

LUCINA on Barahantes.Com

Lucina Manoukian

An artist with an uncompromising passion for music, LUCINA exploded onto the scene, igniting audiences worldwide within a matter of a few short years.

Arthur Meschian on Barahantes.Com

Arthur Meschian

Arthur Meschian is often referred to as one of the greatest Armenian musicians, artists and poets of our time.

Eva Rivas on Barahantes.Com

Eva Rivas

During the years of studying at school, Eva Rivas actively participated in the social life of the school for which she was rewarded with different awards.

Ellenie Galestian on Barahantes.Com

Ellenie Galestian

Ellenie’s talents have been embraced by MTV, VH1, Power 106 Radio, SITV’s “The Drop” TV show, NFL, ESPN, NASCAR, Direct TV-NASDAQ, Six Flags, ABC’s morning show, “Good Morning America,” & NBC’s “Today Show.”

Carlo Venti on Barahantes.Com

Carlo Venti

Carlo Venti, Persian Armenian. At the age of 11 he started singing and playing the Harmonica. He also found that within his soul he would carry the passion for acting, and to travel a theatrical journey.

Sarine Balian on Barahantes.Com

Sarine Balian

Vocalist Sarine Balian performs enchanting music reflective of her textured cultural background and spirituality. Born of Armenian descent, she was raised in both Lebanon and the Unites States.

Arno Mkrtchyan on Barahantes.Com

Arno Mkrtchyan

Early on, Arno developed a love for singing as he was tremendously inspired by his father, Galust Mkrtchyan, who had attended the Yerevan School of Music and performed numerous times at Armenia’s famous Radio House.

Seda Garibyan on Barahantes.Com

Seda Garibyan

Seda is actively involved with events not only in her local Los Angeles, but all over the United States. She is available for all kinds of performances including live concerts, lounge events, private parties and weddings.

Hratch Gaydzagian on Barahantes.Com

Hratch Gaydzagian

Hratch Gaydzagian started singing at an early age during school celebrations, family gatherings and scout camps with the encouragement of his parents and friends.

Hayro Srabian on Barahantes.Com

Hayro Srabian

From an early age as 7 years old Hayro developed passion for music and singing and he attended Piano lessons and pursued it for 6 years

Sourig Makdessian on Barahantes.Com

Sourig Makdessian

My name is Sourig Makdessian . I was born in Aleppo 1970

Music is my life. I loved it from my childhood. I was so lucky to have the chance to meet the compositor Mr. Berj Kassis who became a big brother, and a teacher for me

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