BM, Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan, Armenia
MM, The University of Iowa
DMA, The Catholic University of America
A native of Armenia, Arminé Graham is a prize winner of the Izabel Violin, Tuesday Musical, and the Maia Chamber Music competitions. Throughout her career, Arminé has worked with world renowned artists such as Gidon Kremer, Christoph Eschenbach, Nigel Kennedy, Lorin Maazel and Kurt Masur. Her musical career has brought her around the world including Spain, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Russia, and Canada. She has participated in Castleton Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, and Kent Blossom Music Festival where she received the Josef Gingold Award for her distinguished accomplishments in chamber music. In 2012, Arminé won a position with the National Philharmonic Orchestra, and now serves as an assistant principal second violin. She also frequently plays with the Washington National Opera Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
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