The Sargsyan School of Performing Arts leadership is dedicated to fostering an honest, tolerant and inclusive community and maintaining high-performance standards in a dynamic and supportive environment. Mariam's vision to open this academy stems from a deep passion to help talented and blessed children realize their aspirations in a field that supports and caters to their inherent subject matter and behavior to fully utilize their artistic achievements in their field.
The Founder Mariam is a talented and creative music teacher who always brings out the best in her students. For over 19 years, she has been responsible for developing a curriculum that fosters a passionate interest in music. She leads rehearsals and sections to help students grow personally and is well-versed in classical music, with knowledge in the following areas:
Teaching violin and piano; ensemble planning and organisation, curriculum design, communication, ear training, musical development, listening comprehension, concerts, festivals, international summer schools, master classes, and organising international and national competitions.
She has worked at the London Schools Symphonic Orchestra (LSSO), Musica Nova Academy, Winchester College, Harrow Boys School, St.Paul’sBoys School and Komitas State Conservatory of Armenia.
Mariam's orchestral experience includes playing the violin with the London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Yerevan-based string quartet 'Aram Khachaturian'.
In Yerevan, Armenia, she received her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Music Performance and Master of Science in Music Performance Science from the Komitas National Conservatory. Mariam also attended the Tchaikovsky Special Music School for Gifted Children.
She performed at the 25th International Bartok Her Seminar & Festival "Music and Stage" in Szombathely, Hungary. International Bartok Seminar & Festival in Budapest, Hungary
She took lessons and participated in competitions such as the 24th Early Music Her Days in Sopron, Hungary and the 11th Carl Her Fresh Her Violin Her Competition in Budapest, Hungary. She also played host to the Spivakov Masterclass in Russia.
Mariam was alternate- place finisher at the 37th Joseph Szigeti International Violin Competition in Hungary.