Meet Davit Hovhannisyan: Piano instructor at Winchester Stage Music Center
Davit Hovhannisyan is a young talented pianist from Armenia, who, despite his young age, has already become a winner and finalist in various prestigious international competitions. He has started his music education when he was only 6, giving importance to the latter from the very beginning. During early years of education, he has participated in numerous concerts and festivals held not only in his homeland Armenia, but also around the world.
His competitions' history includes First Prize in Scriabin International Competition in Paris, First Prize in Santorini International Competition in Greece, Third prize in Nodar Gabunia International Competition in Tbilisi, Semi-Finalist in Gina Bachauer International Competition in Salt Lake City, and Semi-Finalist in Astana Piano Passion festival organized by well-known Russian pianist Denis Matsuev. He has also taken many master-classes from notable musicians from all over the world, among them are Boris Berman (Dean of piano department at Yale University), Robert Benz (the chair of the jury at Ettlingen International Competition), Aleksander Korsantia (professor at New England Conservatory), Fabio Bidini (professor at Colburn Music School), Jura Margulis (professor at University of Arkansas), Ian Fountain (professor at Royal Academy of Music in London) etc. He achieved musical mastery under the mentorship of well-known pianist and pedagogue Armen Babakhanyan in Yerevan State Conservatory (2010-2016).Mr.Hovhannisyan started his teaching attempts from a very young age. He always had critical approach toward existing systems of music education. Thus, he implemented his unique model of teaching which included not only perfecting piano performance but also developing creative mind and musicianship among his young fellows.
At Stage Music Center, we guarantee:
A tailored music education for your age, level & learning style.
Weekly one to one lessons with experienced teachers.
Possibilities to showcase your progress at recitals.
A safe learning environment.