Artem Alexanyan has shown himself to be one of America’s most promising young pianists, with competition victories and acclaimed performances both in recital and as soloist with orchestra. At just 18 he became a member of the coveted piano studio of Van Cliburn Competition Gold Medalist, Stanislav Loudenitch at the ICM at Park University. In 2007 Artem Alexanyan made his orchestral debut as a soloist with Nevada Chamber Orchestra playing J.Haydn’s Piano Concerto in D major, studying at that time with his initial piano instructor, Ekaterina Melkamini. In January of 2010 Artem Alexanyan performed L.V. Beethoven’s 1st piano concerto with the Henderson Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Taras Krysa. In the same year he performed Camille Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No.2 with Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2012 Artem Alexanyan was one of the winners of the Las Vegas Philharmonic Concerto Competition and in January 2013 he was invited to give two concerts with the LV Phil at the Smith Center.
Throughout the years Artem has participated in several different music festivals to enrich his musical studies. In the summer of 2011 he was invited to study with Stanislav Loudenitch at the International Piano Academy in Lake Como, Italy. In the Spring of 2013 Artem Alexanyan was invited to take part in the April 11th Cooper Laureate concert which was part of the first-ever Thomas & Evon Cooper International Festival. While at the Cooper Festival, Alexanyan also got a chance to work with the Oberlin piano faculty and record at the Clonick Studio. During the summer of 2013 he was invited and given a full scholarship to participate at the IKIF (International Keyboard Institute and Festival) at the Mannes School of Music in New York.
Aside from performing Artem enjoys sharing his passion for music with his students. Artem has been engaged in pedagogy since his early years in High School, his students have won prizes in competitions such as Legacy and MTNA State Division. Currently, Artem holds a Bachelor Degree of Piano Performance from Park University’s International Center for Music.