Armenian National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet after Alexander Spendiaryan

81st season

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Hayk Tigranyan
Opera singer, bass


Born on October 30 1984, Yerevan. His first steps in theatre were taken in 1996, when he played the role of Nazar the Brave, at the musicaldirected by N. Duryan. In 1997 he graduated the musical institute’s piano faculty, in 2006 from Yerevan State Conservatory after Komitas. In 2002 he has worked as oboist at the Yakutski Opera Theatre with conductor Khilkevich in the Russian Federation. From 2004 to 2006 he was oboist and concert-master at the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory.

From 2003 onwards he is soloist at the Opera and Ballet National Academic Theatre named after Al. Spendiaryan.

He has participated at the masterclasses of Patricia Pace (Italy) in order to improve his skills. In 2011 he plays the role of Zaretsky at the theatrical concert of “Yevgeni Onegin” with E. Topchyan as conductor.

He was cooperated with directors E. Dyarura and Khilkevich, with producers Mario Coradi, Georgi Isahakyan, Jordania Gayozi, Irkin Gapitov.


Ramfis, doctor, Ferando in Verdi’s “Aida”, “Traviata”, “Il Trovatore”

Mazetto in Mozart’s “Don Juan”

Zuniga in Bizet’s “Carmen”

Old Gypsy in Rakhmaninov’s “Alecco”

Gremin, Zaretski in Tchaikovsky’s “Yevgeni Onegin”

Don Basil in Rossini’s “Sevillian barber”

Mefistofel in Guno’s “Faousd”

Konchak, Polovetsyan khan in Borodini’s “Prince Igor”

Collen in Puccini’s “Bohemian”


In 2012 he was awarded at Korea’s 28nd “Aprilian Spring” International competition.


In 2012 he was on stage in Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil.

In 2013 he has participated at the St. Petersburg Marinian theatre’s Gala concert known as “Stars of white night”.