Inga & Anush Arshakyans

Nowadays, Armenian Ethno music is presented in a unique and exclusive way by the unprecedented duet of sisters, Inga and Anush Arshakyans. Their vocal, musical taste, soft sensation of ethnic music reveals the Armenian Ethno tunes, native melody and complete depiction of Armenian spirit..

Through their creative work and achievements, Inga and Anush verify, that the roots of ethnic music are so pure, powerful and familiar, that the time does not taint, but embellishes it. Selection and adaptation of the duet’s song list the sisters make by their own. It is worth mentioning that the sisters breathe life into the threatened Ethno songs. Thereby, they contribute significantly to preservation of Armenian Ethno music. Through modern adaptations made by them the Armenian Ethno tunes become available for all the nations, as they keep undistorted the origin of the music. The touching and inspirational art of Inga and Anush confirms talent of Armenians as well as the contribution to the world music made by the Armenian nation

Duet of Inga and Anush
Inga and Anush sing and compose from their childhood. They perform jointly on the professional stage from 2000. They acted together in the State Song Theatre of Armenia. Starting from 2003 they perform independently. They performed concerts in Armenia and abroad as well. They gave performances on tours to the USA, Tehran, London, Paris, Russia and Germany. From 2008 Inga and Anush Arshakayans cooperate with SHARM Holding LLC. According to the elimination show results held in on February 14, 2009 Inga and Anush presented Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest on May 12 in Moscow and completed the top 10 list.

Anush Arshakyan graduated from the piano department of the S. Aslamazyan music school. From 1997 to 2001 studied in the piano department of Arno Babajanyan Music College in Yerevan. From 2001 to 2005 she studied in jazz-vocal department of the Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan.

Inga Arshakyan graduated from the S. Aslamazyan music school. From 1998 to 2002 studied in the violin department of Arno Babajanyan Music College in Yerevan. Along with the studies she worked at the G. Atchemyan violinist ensemble.