Vatche Jambazian is an emerging international concert pianist originally from Sydney, Australia. He made his international debut at the age of 16, performing a televised recital as part of the Independence Day celebrations in Yerevan, Armenia.
His recent achievements have included the 2008 2MBS Young Performer of the Year Award, reaching the semi-finals at the 2009 Russian Music International Competition in San Jose, Performing Recitals in the International Holland Music Sessions in the Netherlands and winning the prize for Best Performance of Works by Chopin in the finals of the Australian National Piano Award in 2010. Vatche is not only a talented interpreter of keyboard repertoire, both classical and contemporary, he has also founded a piano trio that regularly performs in Australia. In 2011, they embarked on a successful tour to London and Paris. Also in that year, Vatche was invited to perform the Australian Premier of Frank Martin's Second Flute Ballade for Piano and Flute under the guidance of Rien De Reede (Flautist Royal Concertgabouw).
Afterwards, he was honoured with the opportunity to perform this work in the home of Frank Martin in Switzerland in the presence of his widow. During his association with the University of Sydney, Conservatorium of Music, he has learnt from Natalia Sheludiakova and Nikolai Evrov and collaborated with other acclaimed international artists such as Stephen Hough, Paul Lewis and Boris Berman. He has performed in venues such as City Recital Hall Angels Place, The Great Hall of the University of Sydney, The Independent Theater, Shepparton Performing Arts Centre, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, ArmenAkop Recital Hall, La Petit Trianon, Musem Kranenburgh, St.Yeghishe Recital Hall and in St.Croix, Paris. Vatche's upcoming concerts include solo recitals at the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Theme and Variations Steinway Hall, as well as exciting new projects developing in Australia and overseas.