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Kevork Kechichian

Flute & Duduk Instructor

Born in Beirut, Lebanon in 1992, Kevork Kechichian started his musical studies in flute performance in
the Lebanese National Higher Conservatory at the age of 11. After studying 9 years in Lebanon, Kevork went to
Armenia to continue his professional studies in Yerevan State Conservatory after Komitas from where he
got his Bachelor of Arts in Music with honors in 2016. During his stay in Armenia, Kevork also
studied Duduk and many Armenian folk wind instruments such as Shvi and Zurna (Armenian traditional
flutes) in parallel to the flute.
Graduating from Komitas Conservatory, he returned back to Lebanon and continued his master's degree studies in musicology, at Antonine University.
In 2019, K. Kechichian had the opportunity to continue his musical studies in the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the UK, where he studied flute, Piccolo, and assisted in many masterclasses with different professional international flutists.
Currently, Kevork is a member of the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra where he began his professional
musical carrier since 2017.