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Emmanuel Tjeknavorian in the Gewandhaus , Tageszeitung Österreich. Retrieved Der Standard. Kleine Zeitung. Born in Vienna in , Emmanuel Tjeknavorian grew up in a family of musicians, took his first violin lessons at the age of five and two years later gave his first public performance.
After initial studies with P. Haykazyan, A. Mkrtchyan and A. Winokurow, Gerhard Schulz has been his main teacher since In , he began to study conducting with his father, Loris Tjeknavorian, and has taken part in masterclasses for young conductors in England and Italy.
Following independence, Tjeknavorian served on the committee to reinstate the pre-communist Armenian flag and the national coat-of-arms. He was especially influential in the adoption of the national anthem, " Mer Hayrenik " Our Fatherland , for which he rewrote the words for the first stanza.
Tjeknavorian also renamed [ citation needed ] the two major avenues of Yerevan during last year of the Soviet period, from Lenin and Red Army to Mesrop Mashtots creator of the Armenian alphabet in and Gregory the Illuminator founder of the Armenian church in AD respectively.
The renaming reflected his philosophy of "Faith and Culture" as the twin foundations upon which the Armenian nation must be re-built.
During the crippling energy blockade between and - a result of the Karabakh war - the capital was gripped by shortages of food, water, heat and electricity.
Faithful to his vow that "the doors of culture must never be closed", Tjeknavorian maintained weekly concerts at this time, including a regular series of spiritual music concerts every Saturday in anticipation of the th anniversary of Christianity in Armenia.
Organizing transportation for the musicians and securing their daily needs, installing power generators and electric heaters and ensuring constant power supply in the building, Tjeknavorian turned the Aram Khachaturian Hall into a sanctuary of culture and faith, and was instrumental [ citation needed ] in lifting the spirits of the thousands who packed the hall each week.
This phenomenon was memorialized by numerous eyewitnesses of the time, including former Russian Ambassador Vladimir Stupishin, who wrote at length about Tjeknavorian's activities in his memoirs.
During his eleven-year collaboration with the APO, his recordings with the orchestra for ORF the Austrian radio and television station and ASV an English recording company achieved worldwide recognition; they frequently toured Europe, the United States, Canada, Iran and Lebanon.
For three successive years, from to , the APO was the resident orchestra in the ORF benefit program Licht Ins Dunkel in Vienna.
In , Tjeknavorian resigned from the APO in order to devote more time to composing. During this period he also conducted the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, and performed at the San Francisco Opera House , the Contemporary Music Festival and at the Vienna Music Festival in Hong Kong and Bangkok.
He conducted the Austrian premiere of his opera Rostam and Sohrab at the Festspielhaus in St. From to the present Tjeknavorian has continued to devote his time to composing, as well as painting and writing short stories.
Among his most recent works are the operas Zahak libretto based on Ferdowsi's Shahnameh and Mowlana and Shams-e Tabriz libretto based on the poetry of Rumi , as well as the chamber opera "The Final Hour of Sadegh Hedayat " libretto based on "The Blind Owl" and other works by the Iranian writer Sadegh Hedayat.
Other works include his second concerto for violin and chamber orchestra, a work for solo piano titled "", and two major symphonic suites: King Cyrus , about the ancient Persian king, and Takhti , dedicated to the celebrated Iranian wrestler.
Tjeknavorian's paintings were exhibited at the Gallery Shirin in Tehran, Gallery Maryam Seyhoun in Los Angeles, and twice at the House of the Artists in Tehran.
His series of short stories, written in English, will be published in the near future. On December 20, , Tjeknavorian recorded Hafez Nazeri 's The night of Angel yet to be released with the London Symphony orchestra.
Tjeknavorian's recent performances include benefit concerts in Tehran and Los Angeles for the organization MAHAK on behalf of children with cancer, a series of concerts with the Armenian Chamber Orchestra at the Talar Vahdat Hall in Tehran, a performance of his Ararat Suite with the Sacramento Symphony , and the world premiere of his King Cyrus symphonic suite with the San Francisco Philharmonic Orchestra in August In the Iranian BARBAD recording company issued a CD box set of Tjerknavorian's major works symphonies, choral works, ballet, chamber music, operas, etc.
During an interview on the occasion of his 81st birthday, Tjeknavorian said to the journalist of IRNA : "Iran is my homeland.
My ancestors have lived in this land. In , Tjeknavarian was appointed Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra APO.
During his eleven years collaboration with the APO, his recordings for ORF the Austrian radio and television station and ASV an English recording company achieved worldwide recognition, they frequently toured Europe, the United States, Canada, Iran and Lebanon.
In three successive years, from to , the APO was the resident orchestra in the ORF benefit program "Licht ins Dunkel" "Light into the Darkness" in Vienna.
However, in , Tjeknavarian resigned from this position in order to be able to devote more time to composing and conducting other orchestras.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Seit moderiert er monatlich eine eigene Radio-Show Der Klassik-Tjek auf Radio Klassik Stephansdom.
Zahlreiche Sender berichteten über ihn, so war er bereits in Titel, Thesen, Temperamente und der Tagesschau ARD , Capriccio BR , der Kulturzeit 3sat , im ORF2 und in Stars von morgen mit Rolando Villazon Arte zu sehen.
Kategorien : Geiger Künstler Wien Österreicher Geboren Mann. Navigationsmenü Meine Werkzeuge Nicht angemeldet Diskussionsseite Beiträge Benutzerkonto erstellen Anmelden.Emmanuel Tjeknavorian. 3, likes · talking about this. Official Facebook page of violinist and conductor Emmanuel Tjeknavorian. Loris Tjeknavorian's career has spanned decades and continents. As a composer he has created a huge body of work, including operas, symphonies, concerti, and chamber and vocal music. TJEKNAVORIAN: 16 Love Songs for Orchestra op 46 Othello, op - Two Love Dances Nostalgia for Piano & Orchestra, op TJEKNAVORIAN: Music for Strings Serenad op, Armenian Songs and Dances op, Sinfonietta "Erebouni" op TJEKNAVORIAN: OTTELO (Ballet) ROSTAM & SOHRAB: TJEKNAVORIAN: Symphony No.1 op "Requiem".