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Arthur Satyan

* Born in Yerevan, Armenia, in the family of leading Armenian composers... * More than 20 years of music education in 2 leading conservatories of former USSR - Moscow (Russia) & Yerevan (Armenia) * Professor of Piano at the Lebanese National Higher Conservatory of Music * Performed with: Larry Coryell, Charles Davis, Matana Roberts, Ed Cherry, Ray Vega, Murali Coryell, Joe Lee Wilson, Melissa Walker, Phillip Manuel, Deborah Davis, Tex Allen and many others... * Current Projects: Arthur Satyan Acoustic Ensemble, Arthur Satyan Organ Quartet. * Designed current program of Jazz Studies at the Lebanese Higher National Conservatory of Music

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”Arthur Satyan, the Dean of Jazz musicians living in Lebanon was the melodic wheel of 'Three Wheel Drive' the now legendary trio that instructed and inspired a generation of young Lebanese Jazz musicians. He was the pianist that Jazz stars like Larry Coryell, John Hicks, Sonny Fortune and Charles Davis came to Beirut eager to hear and play with.”

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Primary Instrument

Piano

Location

Yerevan, AM

Willing to teach

Advanced students only.

Credentials/Background

Creator and currently Dean of the Jazz Department at the Lebanese National Conservatory of Music since 2004. Jazz Piano, Improvisation and Theory, Jazz History, Jazz Combo, Composition.

Clinic/Workshop Information

A. Satyan has developed '4-day Intensive Masterclass' course for advanced students and 'Let's play Jazz' Clinic for beginners, were all instrumentalists can attend. Dozen clinics at Universities: AUB, USJ, ALBA, etc..

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Albums

ARTology
Musicma / Arthur Satyan Music
2013
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Art for Art's Sake
CD Theque / Arthur Satyan Music
2003
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Videos

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