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Andrea MarsavonianAndrea Marsavonian, as a child prodigy, began her musical career when only two and a half years old. She astonished her parents and guests by climbing up to the piano and playing a familiar melody in its entirety with both hands. At age four and a half, Andrea began her formal musical studies and her perfect pitch was discovered. A winner of the Bland Memorial Scholarship, The Hermitage Foundation Scholarship, and the Paderewski Gold Medal awarded by the National Guild of Piano Teachers, Andrea studied with Marion White, Mary Goode Brooke, Bristow Hardin, Clifford Herzer, Armand Basile of the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, and Irwin Freundlich of the Julliard School. She made her New York debut at the Carnegie Recital Hall.

Though all of her studies were in preparation for the performance of classical music, Andrea from her earliest years, has been composing and improvising. At the age of eight, she submitted the winning entry in a composition competition sponsored by the Norfolk Symphony, now the Virginia Symphony.

Through her discovery of and experimentation with jazz, Andrea brings to her performance all the disciplines of classical music that now permit the execution of her own, never ending ideas, which flow throughout her own compositions as well as her own arrangements of the music of George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Errol Garner, George Shearing, Dave Brubeck, Cole Porter, Glenn Miller, Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Lerner and Lowe, Leonard Bernstein, Michel Legrand and Sammy Kahn, as well as music associated with Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Tony Bennett, Arthur Prysock, Lou Rawls, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Barbra Streisand and MORE!

Andrea Marsavonian has performed in solo concerts and with The Marsavonian Trio in a vast array of venues which include New York clubs: The Cookery and The BoonDocks; in Las Vegas, for Liberace at his Tivoli Gardens Lounge; Vanessie’s and the Hilton in Santa Fe; Tamarron Resort in Durango, Colorado; Touch of Class in Albuquerque; Republican Governors Conference in New Mexico; artist-in-residence at La Plaza Con Brio, a performing arts center which she helped found in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania; featured artist on public radio in Hershey, PA; jointly presented in concert on Vladimir Horowitz’s piano by WHRO, public radio in Norfolk, Va., and by Jordan Kitts Temple of Music; The Chrysler Museum Theater; Va.Beach Boardwalk Art and Jazz Festival; Phi Beta Kappa Hall program which included principal dancers of the Bolshoi Ballet, Alvin Ailey Dancers, the Dance Theater of Harlem and the Miami City Ballet. (Presented by The Contemporary Ballet Theatre of Williamsburg); Community Concerts Series Bonus concert, Durango, Co.; some other cities where she has performed are Rochester, N. Y.; Newark, N. J.; Washington, D.C.; Richmond, Va.; Farmington and New Britain, CT.; Nashville and Memphis; Montgomery, Ala.; Vancouver and Mexico City.

Andrea scored the music for her first film, Bon Appetit, and had fun doing an on screen performance in First Date. Both films were featured in Regent University's Film Festivals.

Currently residing in Frisco, Tx., where she teaches privately, Andrea continues to compose, arrange, improvise and perform…solo and with The Marsavonian Trio.

PRO affiliation: BMI

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