Tomer Maschkowski, bass trombone

Tomer Maschkowski was born in 1982, into an Israeli family living in Rotterdam, Holland. He began playing the trombone at the age of 13 under the tutelage of his grandfather,

John Nelson, conductor

John Nelson is recognized on the international scene as one of America’s most eminent conductors. He studied at the Juilliard School in New York, where he received the Irving Berlin Conducting Prize.

George Krimperis, trombone

George Krimperis Principal Trombonist NSO | Professor at Athens Conservatory
George Krimperis student of Jörgen van RIjen and Pierre Volders holds degrees from “Codarts”,

Juan Pardo Gil, trombone

Trombonist Juan Pardo has played in orchestras around the world. Since September 2018 JuanPardo has been the principal trombonist of the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra (ANPO,

Andreas Frölich, piano

German pianist Andreas Frölich studied with Stefan Askenase, Vitaly Margulis in Freiburg and Pavel Gililov in Cologne. He was prizewinner of several international piano competitions, as in Senigallia,

Armenian orchestra embarks on its maiden tour of China

The Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra is making its debut tour in China by performing 10 concerts in nine Chinese cities.
The tour, which started with shows on Dec 27 and 28 at Shanghai Grand Theater will end on Jan 9 at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing.
The Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1925 and has served as an ambassador for Armenian arts and culture worldwide. According to the Armenian ambassador to China, Sergey Manassarian, the China tour will pave the way for more cultural exchange programs between China and Armenia in the future.

ANPO in Beijing (09.01.20)

Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra: “Europeanization”
Eduard Topchjan conducts Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra
As the last main course of the Russian-style meal, the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra performed in the National Theatre on January 9, 2020, and performed very well! As one of the important performance groups of the former Soviet Union, the orchestra’s “signature” track is the works of Armenian composer Khachaturian, and the selected tracks from Tchaikovsky to Prokofiev are Russian.