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When you go to a museum dedicated to a great composer, you would expect to hear his music. Unfortunately this is not the case here. There is mostly photographs of Mr. Khachaturian in different occasions and then you can see his private rooms. I would...More
Get a guide. Museum was worth seeing, but not as interesting as the other house museums. It was sad to learn that his children were not raised as Armenians by his Russian wife. Some of his piano's are on display. They also have recitals here...More
The museum was built encompassing Khachaturian's home but it is sparsely decorated. As a music educator and lover of music, my husband was delighted to honor the memory of Khachaturian with our visit. One of his favorite works by the artist, Spartacus Ballet, was played...More
The museum is an acknowledged meeting point of Khachaturian`s admirers, the connoisseurs of music, musicians and those who are simply interested in Aram Khachaturian's music. The memorial museum possesses a rich collection with materials concerning A. Khachaturian`s life and creative work. For more information please...More
This is the museum of one of the greatest and most famous Armenian composer of the 20th century - Aram Khachaturyan famous in the world as a composer of ballets - "Gayane","Spartacus","Ball -Masquerade" staged in many countries of the world.