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Asmik Grigorian can be described as a Lithuanian operatic soprano. She was born on May 12, 1981. Asmik Grigorian graduated from the National M. K. Čiurlionis School of Art in Vilnius in 1999. She also graduated from the National M. K. Čiurlionis School of Art in Vilnius with a master’s degree in 2006.

Asmik Grigorian was born to the Armenian tenor Gegham Grigoryan (1951–2016) and the Lithuanian soprano Irena Milkevičiūtė, LMTA professor. She has three brothers; Irvidas Česaitis and  Vartan Grigorian. Asmik Grigorian also has two children, one son and one daughter.

The Concert repertoire of Asmik Grigorian includes Requiem Op. 96 – Mieczysław Weinberg (World Premier),Requiem – Andrew Lloyd Webber, Requiem in D minor, K. 626 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Stabat mater – Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Messa da Requiem – Giuseppe Verdi, Symphony No. 8 – Gustav Mahler, War Requiem, Op. 66 – Benjamin Britten, Requiem in B♭ minor, Op. 89 – Antonín Dvořák, Stabat Mater, Op. 58 (B. 71) – Antonín Dvořák and Symphony No. 14 in G minor, Op. 135 – Dmitri Shostakovich.

Over the years, she has also won a lot of awards some of which include Ópera XXI: Female Opera Singer of the Year (2022), Best female singer in International Opera Awards (2019), Order for Merits to Lithuania, Knight’s Cross (2018), Best emerging artist in International Opera Awards (2016), Austrian Theater Awards – Best Leading Role (2019), Opernwelt Critics Choice – Singer of the Year (2019), Franco Abbiati award (2020) and Olivier Award (Jenůfa) for best production (2022).

Others are Order for Merits to Lithuania, Knight’s Cross (2018), Stage Cross in 2005 for Best Debut as Violetta, Stage Cross in 2009 for Best Singer for Mrs. Lovett, Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts (2019), Armenian Movses Khorenatsi Medal, 2021 and Sängerin des Jahre: OPUS KLASSIK Award Winner, 2023.

Her discography includes With Dmitri Hvorostovsky: Dmitri Hvorostovsky Sings of War, Peace, Love and Sorrow, as duet partner in War and Peace by Sergey Prokofiev and The Demon by Anton Rubinstein. Delos International, 2016 and Dissonance, Asmik Grigorian & Lukas Geniusas, Alpha Classics, 25 March 2022.

The DVDs of Asmik Grigorian include 2019: Strauss – Salome (Julian Pregardien, Asmik Grigorian, John Daszak, Romeo Castellucci, Anna Maria Chiuri, Gabor Bretz), 2021: Strauss – Elektra (Ausrine Stundyte, Tanja Ariane Baumgartner, Asmik Grigorian, Michael Laurenz, Franz Welser-Möst), 2021: Dvořák – Rusalka (Asmik Grigorian, Eric Cutler, Karita Mattila, Katarina Dalayman, Ivor Bolton), 2022: Wagner – Der fliegende Holländer (Georg Zeppenfeld, Asmik Grigorian, Eric Cutler, John Lundgren, Oksana Lyniv, Dmitri Tcherniakov) and 2023: Puccini – Il Trittico (Alexey Neklyudov, Roman Burdenko, Joshua Guerrero, Karita Mattila, Giulia Semenzato, Franz Welser-Möst, Christof Loy) .

Meet Asmik Grigorian’s Children

Asmik Grigorian is known to have a son and a daughter. The name of her son is Noahs Zalys. The name of her daughter would be updated.


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