Armenian female singers

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  1. Emmy (Armenian singer)

    Emmy (Armenian singer)


    Emmy (born Emma Bejanyan (Armenian: Էմմա Բեջանյան); 12 April 1984), is an Armenian singer. Emmy is considered to be one of Armenia's most popular and influential singers, being labelled as a "pop princess" and "Armenian pop icon". Emmy represented Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 and became the country's first non-qualifier.

  2. Maria Nalbandian

    Maria Nalbandian


    Maria Nalbandian (Armenian: Մարիա Նալպանտեան; Arabic: ماريا نالبنديان‎, born August 1, 1985), also known by only Maria (Arabic: ماريا‎), is a Lebanese Armenian pop star from Beirut, Lebanon.

  3. Sirusho



    Siranush Harutyunyan (Armenian: Սիրանուշ Հարությունյան, born on January 7, 1987), better known as Sirusho (Սիրուշո), is an Armenian pop singer. She began her music career singing live in Canada, in the Armenian diaspora music scene. At the age of nine she received an Armenian Music Award for her song "Lusabats". Her first studio album, Sirusho, was released in 2000, and its followed-up Sheram in 2005. In the same year, she was awarded The Future of Armenian Music, Best Album and Best Female Performer awards in the first Armenian National Music Awards. In 2008, the BBC described her success as making her a "national treasure" in Armenia, and its news service has gone on to report that she is popular in both Armenia and the Armenian diaspora.

  4. Lusine Gevorkyan

    Lusine Gevorkyan


    Lousine Gevorkian (Russian: Лусинэ Геворкян, Armenian: Լուսինե Գևորգյան, born 21 February 1983) is the lead singer of the Russian nu metal band Tracktor Bowling and the alternative rock/punk band Louna.

  5. Eva Rivas

    Eva Rivas


    Eva Rivas (Armenian: Եվա Ռիվաս, Russian: Ева Ривас; born Valeria Alexandrovna Reshetnikova-Satouryan, Russian: Валерия Александровна Решетникова-Цатурян, 13 July 1987) is a Russian-Armenian singer.

  6. Tamar Kaprelian

    Tamar Kaprelian


    Tamar Kaprelian (Armenian: Թամար Գաբրելեան) is an Armenian American musician and singer. She is best known for her single "New Day" and for winning the Cover Contest in March 2008 with "Apologize" by OneRepublic. She was selected to be part of Genealogy, a collective Armenian international music band to represent Armenia in 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna with the song "Face the Shadow".

  7. Zehra Bilir

    Zehra Bilir


    Zehra Bilir (born Arapgir, Ottoman Empire March 26, 1913 - died Istanbul, Turkey June 28, 2007) was a renowned Turkish folk singer of Armenian descent. She was known as the Edith Piaf of Turkey.

  8. Hasmik Karapetyan

    Hasmik Karapetyan


    Hasmik Karapetyan (in Armenian Հասմիկ Կարապետյան) (born in Yerevan, Armenia on 4 July 1977) is an Armenian pop singer.

  9. Lilit Hovhannisyan

    Lilit Hovhannisyan


    Lilit Hovhannisyan (Armenian: Լիլիթ Հովհաննիսյան, born 7 october 1987 in Yerevan, Armenia), is an Armenian pop singer.

  10. Hasmik Harutyunyan

    Hasmik Harutyunyan


    Hasmik Harutyunyan (Armenian: Հասմիկ Հարությունյան; born December 26, 1960 in Yerevan) is an Armenian folk singer. She is the leading member of the Shoghaken Folk Ensemble and directs the Hayrik Mouradian Traditional Song and Dance Children's Ensemble.

  11. Nune Yesayan

    Nune Yesayan


    Nune Yesayan (Armenian: Նունե Եսայան) (born August 5, 1969 in Yerevan, Armenia), commonly known as Nune or Nouné, is a popular Armenian pop singer who began singing with an Armenian jazz band in the early 1990s before becoming a lounge singer at resorts in the Middle East. While performing in Damascus, she observed that young Syrian-Armenians knew the words to old folk songs performed by contemporary singers, which was not true of young Armenians from the Republic of Armenia.

  12. Stephanie Cieplinski

    Stephanie Cieplinski


    Stephanie Topalian (Armenian: Ստեֆանի Թոփալյան) Western Armenian Սթեֆանի Թօփալեան, professionally known as Stephanie (ステファニー (Sutefanī) , born August 5, 1987) is a Japanese/Armenian-American singer-songwriter and actress. Stephanie is signed with SME Records Japan (part of Sony Music). She released two albums, self-titled Stephanie in 2008 and Colors of my Voice in 2009 and has won the Japanese Music Awards in 2007. A number of her songs have been featured in Japanese films and she has also taken roles in a few Japanese films, notably Pride and Tokyo Tribe. In 2014, she was included in the Armenian super group project Genealogy to represent Armenia in the 2015 version of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Face the Shadow".

  13. Luara Hayrapetyan

    Luara Hayrapetyan


    Luara Gurgenovna Hayrapetyan (Armenian: Լուարա Գուրգենի Հայրապետյան, Russian: Луара Гургеновна Айрапетян; born 29 September 1997 in Astrakhan, Russia), is an Armenian-Russian teen singer-songwriter, musician, and dancer. She represented Armenia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Kiev, Ukraine with her self-composed pop song "Barcelona", finishing in joint second place.

  14. Rosy Armen

    Rosy Armen


    Rosy Armen (Armenian: Ռոզի Արմեն) is a French singer of Armenian descent. She is a multilingual singer, with most songs in French and Armenian, but also in other languages such as English, German, Spanish, and Italian.

  15. Lusine Zakaryan

    Lusine Zakaryan


    Lusine Zakaryan, born Svetlana Zakaryan Լուսինե Զաքարյան, Лусинэ (Светлана) Абетовна Закарян (1 June 1937, Akhaltsikhe, Georgian SSR – 30 December 1991), was an Armenian soprano. She grew up in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region of southern Georgia. In 1952, she moved with her family to Yerevan, where she attended a secondary music school. She entered the Yerevan State Musical Conservatory in 1957 and her singing talent soon became clear.

  16. Sofi Mkheyan

    Sofi Mkheyan


    Sofi Mkheyan (Սոֆի Մխեյան, born c. 1984) is an Armenian singer and the winner of Best Newcomer award at the Armenian National Music Awards in Yerevan in 2005.

  17. Lena Chamamyan

    Lena Chamamyan


    Lena Chamamyan (Arabic: ???? ??????? Armenian: ???? ????????) is a Syrian singer of Armenian descent. Born in Damascus, she started singing at an early age giving her first concert when she was five years old.

  18. Araksia Gyulzadyan

    Araksia Gyulzadyan


    Araksia Gyulzadyan (Armenian: Արաքսյա Գյուլզադյան, June 5, 1907, Alexandropol – October 7, 1980, Yerevan) was a canonical female performer of Armenian folk songs. She was awarded by the People's artist of Armenia honorary title.

  19. Peruz



    Peruz (1866; Sivas-c. 1920; Istanbul) also known as Peruz Hanım or Kantocu Peruz, Perviz Hanım was an Ottoman Armenian kanto singer, song-writer. Her family name was Terzakyan. One of her nicknames was Afet-i Devran Peruz.

  20. Iveta Mukuchyan

    Iveta Mukuchyan


    Iveta Mukuchyan (Armenian: Իվետա Մուկուչյան, born October 14, 1986) is an Armenian-German singer and model. She will represent Armenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016.

  21. Flora Martirosian

    Flora Martirosian


    Flora Martirosian (Armenian: Ֆլորա Մարտիրոսյան) (February 5, 1957 - November 20, 2012) was an Armenian folk singer, founder "Artists for Peace" Foundation, and initiator of the cultural movement Never Again.

  22. Irina Zakyan

    Irina Zakyan


  23. Alla Levonyan

    Alla Levonyan


    Alla Levonyan (Armenian: Ալլա Լևոնյան) is an Armenian singer. In 2007, she became UNICEF Armenia Goodwill Ambassador. According to UNICEF, Alla Levonyan "is one of the most popular and respected singers in Armenia". In 1993, at the age of 17, she entered one of her original songs called, "Ogaragan," which won first place in a monthly music contest run by Ardzagang studio in Yerevan.

  24. Lilit Pipoyan

    Lilit Pipoyan


    Lilit Pipoyan (Armenian: Լիլիթ Պիպոյանի; born June 16, 1955) is an Armenian musician, singer, and architect.

  25. Silva Hakobyan

    Silva Hakobyan


    Silva Hakobyan (Armenian: Սիլվա Հակոբյան) is an Armenian singer. She won the competition for the "Next Big Thing" presented by BBC.

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