Ayb School Choir
The Ayb School Choir has been founded in 2011 in parallel with the Ayb School's opening. The main purpose of the choir is to introduce to the students the rich heritage of the Armenian choral art, to nurture the spirit of collaboration and co-creation through art.
The Choir's repertoire mainly includes the Armenian spiritual and folk songs and their arrangements.
The Choir had several performances in Armenia and abroad. The first concert was held in 2014 at the Komitas Chamber Music Hall.
In May 2015, the Ayb Choir was involved in the “Choeur à Coeur Enfants d'Europe ARMENIE/FRANCE 2015” project by the invitation and guidance of the renowned conductor George Pehlevanyan, and participated in the concerts dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide at the National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre after Al. Spendiaryan and in three cities of France including the UNESCO Hall in Paris.
In August 2016, the Ayb Alumni Choir performed a solo concert at the Spiritual Music Festival in Patmos, Greece, presenting the Armenian spiritual music.
An important achievement is the CD recorded by the Ayb Choir, which includes choral arrangements of the Armenian spiritual and folk songs.