Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will soon be on his first German orchestra tour, in the philharmonic hals of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Identity and cultural heritage a current topic, also for young musicians.
This November, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will perform three times in his home town of Vienna.
Yet another award goes to Emmanuel Tjeknavorian - the “Opus Klassik”. Tjeknavorian is one of the first to receive the newly minted “Opus Klassik” award
After Emmanuel Tjeknavorian sprang in for David Garrett in Vienna, he will be taking over for Janine Jansen on the 6th and 7th of September at the Leipziger Gewandhaus
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and his longstanding duo partner and pianist Maximilian Kromer performed at the music festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for the first time last summer
As part of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the two friends friends and musical duo Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and Maximilian Kromer
The laureate concert on the 18th July 2018 in Schloss Johannisberg during the Rheingau Music Festival with Emmanuel Tjeknavorian and his duo-partner of many years
In June 2018 Emmanuel Tjeknavorian was featured by ARD in celebration of his concert as part of the "Debüt im Deutschlandfunk"
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian is playing in the Berliner Philharmonie for the first time on the 12.6.2018 as part of the acclaimed series "Debüt im Deutschlandfunk"
During his debut in the Zurich Tonhalle Maag this March, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian enthralled the audience and press with his performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto
On the 16. May 2018 Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will be performing at the Konzerthaus Klagenfurt for the first time, as a conductor.
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian is to recieve the LOTTO-Award 2018 from the Rheingau Music Festival
Vienna, 20.3.2018 - Beginning in the season 2018/2019, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will be presented by the Konzerthaus Dortmund
Vienna, 19.3.2018 - This April, Emmanuel Tjeknavorian is stepping in for David Garett’s three concerts in the Wiener Konzerthaus.
On Sunday, 18.3.2018, the cultural program "Stars of tomorrow" will be broadcasted, in which Rolando Villazon will be presenting promising young musicians
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian has been invited by the Orpheum-Stiftung to play in the Tonhalle Zürich for the first time on the 14. March 2018.
Emmanuel Tjeknavorian’s debut album SOLO has been awarded the “Pasticcio-Award” for the month of February by the classical music program Ö1.
During the season of 2017/18 Emmanuel Tjeknavorian will be playing in the leading european concert halls as part of the Rising Star-Series.
In December 2017 Emmanuel Tjeknavorian's debut album SOLO was released by Sony Classical.