In today's classical music world Lusine Khachatryan is considered a “Poet of the
Keyboard”. Lusine Khachatryan's successful international concert performances
have inspired audiences in such venues as: Alte Oper Frankfurt/Main;
Herkulessaal Munich; Liederhalle Stuttgart; Tonhalle Zürich; Concertgebouw
Amsterdam; the Louvre and Théâtre des Champes-Élysees Paris; Wigmore Hall
London; Palais des Beaux Arts Brussels; Palau de la Música Barcelona; Oji Hall
in Tokyo; Carnegie Hall in New York and others.
Lusine Khachatryan has received numerous awards and prizes throughout her
artistic development. Among them are: the Musical Advancement Award of the Baden
Cultural Foundation; the Scholarship of the “Freundeskreis” of the Music Academy
of Karlsruhe; and a special grant from the German foundation, Deutsche Stiftung
Musikleben. She is a prizewinner in the International Piano Competition in
“Città di Ostra”, “Città di Marsala”, in Italy (2003), and in the 2nd European
Piano Competition in Normandy, Ouistreham and Le Havre, France (2009).
Besides the Solo-recitals, she is an equally compelling performer with Chamber
and Symphony orchestras, and also as a duo-partner with her brother, violinist
Sergey Khachatryan. Together they have recorded their “Debut CD” on EMI Classics
in 2002; with the French label Naïve the Sonatas for Violin and Piano by C.
Franck and D. Shostakovich (2007), the complete Sonatas for Piano and Violin by
J.Brahms (2013) and their new CD release “My Armenia” with works by Armenian
In 2012 Lusine Khachatryan created a new art form: “The Piano-Theatre”, in which
the dramatic art and the classical piano music are merged into one flowing
piece. Through the theatrical world, music reaches a unique dimension and
intensity. Lusine has written and produced so far the following Piano Theatre
productions: "Maria Stuart" after F.Schiller (2012), "Chopin – The piano is my
second self" (2013),"Clara Wieck plays Schumann" (2013) and „ԿԱՐՈՏ“ /
“Nostalgia“ about the Armenian culture (2015).