Zohrab Tadevosyan is an Armenian violinist and pedagogue.
He began studying violin at the age of 6 years old with Professor Levón Zoryán. At the age of 13 he went on to study under the tutelage of his uncle, Professor Eduard Tadevosyan, who in turn was a pupil of the great virtuoso violinist of the twentieth century, Leonid Kogan. In 2002, after achieving a distinguished career, he moved to Madrid and was taught at the Reina Sofía Music School with Professor Zakhar Bron. Currently, Zohrab Tadevosyan is consolidating his position as an interesting and important figure of the international musical-pedagogical panorama.
Artistically, he collaborates as a soloist with different orchestras and conductors, and is regularly invited to the most important European festivals. In terms of his pedagogy aspects, since 2010 he teaches at the Reina Sofía School of Music, working together with Professor Ana Chumachenco and since 2013 he is professor at the Katarina Gurska Music Higher School. Likewise, since 2016 is an invited professor at summer courses in Germany and teaches in Japan.
He currently plays an original Tomaso
Eberle violin "ex-Malikian" from 1772 and an original violin by Yuri
Pochekin from 2013.