Sevan Ishkhanian Obituary, Death – Sevan Ishkhanian has reportedly passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness. She also participated in performances all across the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, Argentina, and the United States under the direction of impresario Sevan, who was sent on tour with her by the Cultural Program of the United States Department of State. Sevan was sent on tour with her by the Cultural Program of the United States Department of State. The Cultural Program of the United States Department of State accompanied her on this tour as she traveled around the world.
It was only two years after she had broken the record for being the youngest student ever accepted into the Juilliard School Preparatory Division that she gave her first performance when she was only seven years old. She had performed in her first recital. Hurok was the one who introduced her to the audience at her very first performance, which took place in 1971 at what was formerly known as Philharmonic Hall but is now known as Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. She was awarded a scholarship to attend the school, which allowed her to continue her education there for a total of 15 years, during which time she earned both a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree.
In addition to this, she accomplished all of the requirements that were necessary for her to obtain a doctoral degree from Columbia University. Beveridge Webster and Rosina Lhevinne were two of her instructors in the past when she attended school. In addition, Rosina Lhevinne was one of her teachers. She was also a coach for some of the most accomplished musicians, including pianists Mieczeslaw Horszowski, Yakov Fliere, and Emil Gilels. During her career, she worked with a number of talented musicians. She assisted them in perfecting their technique by working with them.
Aram Khachaturian, the composer, entrusted her with the responsibility of giving the American premiere of his Piano Sonata while she was working with her. Her establishment of the Juilliard-Komitas friendship program in 1992 is widely regarded as one of her most significant achievements to date. Since then, there have been no problems with the functioning of this program. Students with exceptional musical ability who were enrolled at the Komitas Conservatory in Yerevan, Armenia were eligible to participate in this program, which provided them with the opportunity to further their musical education at The Juilliard School in New York City.