Yulia Ayrapetyan is a US-based pianist, producer and pedagogue.
She has attracted international recognition for her exceptional artistry, displaying striking assurance, imagination, artistic approach, and remarkable consistency in the musical integrity and creative insight of her performances.
She has performed in the United States, Europe, Russia, Armenia and China.
Born in 1988 in Bryansk, Russia, she studied in Moscow, and continues to uphold the performing traditions of the Russian piano school. Her repertoire ranges from the Baroque to the contemporary and includes rarely performed works by Armenian composers. She performed the US, Chinese, Europe, Russian and Armenian premieres of forgotten Armenian piano music, which she rediscovered. It has since become her passion to perform this music on the world’s stages.
She actively supports and participates in recordings and concerts for her husband Mikael Ayrapetyan’s project, Secrets of Armenia.
Yulia Ayrapetyan has actively studied various musical and pedagogical systems, and in 2012 created and implemented her pedagogical methodology for children, based on accessibility, ease of perception and individual approach.
She aims to advance piano technique through music history, theory, and analysis. She also structures individualized programs to build on each student’s strengths to empower independent study through self-awareness, critical thinking, and listening comprehension. Having successfully taught children, adults and professionals, Yulia is highly qualified to help achieve any student's pianistic aspirations.
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- Young Children (under 7)
- At a school
- At own home
- At own studio
- At student home