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Professor Milda Agazarian – professor of Harp, Russian Gnessin Academy of Music, Moscow

Milda Agazarian, one of the foremost teachers, performers and public figures in the world of music in Russia, Eminent Culture Worker of Russia Milda Agazarian is the Professor of Harp at the Russian Music Academy and the Moscow Special Gnessin School (Сollege).   

Ms. Agazarian is a founding  member and President of the Association of Russian Harp Teachers International and the Founder and the Artistic Director of annual Moscow International Harp Festival. She has served on the juries of numerous national and international harp competitions and 36 her students have won prizes at the international harp contests in Russia, France, USA, Bulgaria, Walles, Serbia, Hungary, Spain.

Ms. Agazarian has presented master- classes in Japan, Great Britan, France, Hungary, Lithuania and Switzerland and was a Honorable  Guest of the VI USA International Harp Competition in Bloomington where presented a  program, composed of masterpieces of Russian Harp Music at the Maser Harpist Concert Series.           

Since 2006 Milda Agazarian is the Professor - in - Residence of the International Harp Academy “Harp Masters” in Switzerland and since 2009 is the Visiting Professor of The Royal Academy of Music in London.      

Professor Agazarian is the Member of the Board of Directors of World Harp Congress since 2011 and is Founder and Artistic Director of The Ksenia Erdely  International Harp Competition.

Ms. Agazarian was born in Erevan, Armenia. She  graduated from The  Moscow Special Gnessin School with a gold medal and an Award from the Tchaikovsky  State Moscow Conservatory. She has worked with a number of orchestras, including the USSR State Symphony Orchestra and Tchaikovsky Symphonic Orchestra.                  

Being a student  and successor of legendary Russian harpists and pedagogues Mark  Rubin, Ksenia  Erdely and Vera Dulova, professor Agazarian   preserves, continues and develops traditions of the famous Russian Harp School

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