Tigrane Kazazian, born at the foot of The Giza Pyramids in 1987 in Egypt, is a French and Armenian composer, multi-instrumentalist, oudist, pianist, and singer.
He has journeyed through several traditions of the world, from Egypt to France, Canada and Armenia. In 2017, he launched the Nour Project with his father, renowned oud player and composer Georges Kazazian. In 2018, Tigrane Kazazian formed the Kazazian Trio and in 2022, the Tigrane Kazazian Quartet.
In 2020, Tigrane Kazazian released the album Cairo nights with Gum (Green United Music).
Tigrane Kazazian Quartet
In 2022, Tigrane Kazazian formed the Tigrane Kazazian Quartet. The Quartet held its first concerts during the Francophonie in Armenia. Tigrane Kazazian also collaborated with Swiss composer-musician Albin Brun in a concert celebrating 30 years of Diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Armenia.
Nour, meaning light in Arabic and pomegranate in Armenian, is the project created by Georges Kazazian and Tigrane Kazazian, born in Yerevan, Armenia, in autumn 2017.
Nour project is a journey into the world of sounds, imagination, and movement. The music is a fragile balance between composition and improvisation. The colors develop from traditional to contemporary music.