Sar Sargsyan, an Armenian baritone resident and working in Poland, has launched a new website at www.sarsargsyan.com. This 4-language version website uses graphic elements rooted in Armenian culture and tradition, but also offers users modern technical features, such as the option to listen to tracks directly from site. Well-designed, high quality photographs contribute to a comprehensive presentation of the artist’s accomplishments and vocal capabilities. Read more ...
STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources) — Baritone Sar Sargsyan, from Hadrut, Artsakh won the grand prize in an international contest that was held in Spain titled “Gran Fiesta”. The international contest had been organized by “Fiestalonia Milenio”, an international organization that has become a European leader in the organization of worldwide festivals. Sargsyan noted that he felt especially proud because he became victorious against a big delegation from Azerbaijan that also participated in the contest.
Interview with young classical & pop singer, Sar Sargsyan, who is gradually being noticed in the Armenian musical scene (SAR means "mountain" in Armenian).
TBILISI.- On 14 April, 2013 the “Hayartun” Cultural Center of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia hosted the presentation of the first CD of the singer Saribek (Sar) Sargsyan. Saribek Sargsyan was born in Artsakh, his name is well known in the community of Tbilisi Armenian music lovers. Eight years ago Gevorkyan family of Tbilisi Armenians baptized Sargsyan family from Artsakh in the Surb Gevorg (Saint George) Cathedral in Tbilisi, what inseparably tied them not only to the Gevorkyans, but to the whole Armenian community of Tbilisi as well.