I have known Susanna Gregorian since many years as a fine violinist.I have heard her playing in an admirable fashion and from her experience as a Soloist & chamber musician and after winning many prizes and playing with great Conductors she is ready to embark on a fine career. I wish her all the best.

Zubin Mehta




I have known Susanna Gregorian for several years as one of the most gifted and versatile violinists of her generation. With virtuosity, deep musicality and stylistic understanding, Ms. Gregorian captures the very essence of music. Her performance experience, both as a soloist and concertmaster with different chamber and symphony orchestras, as well as broad repertoire, makes me optimistic about her future. Susanna Gregorian is also an experienced chamber musician. I am sure that Ms. Gregorian will soon find her own place in the world of music which will suit her competence.

Boris Pergamenshikov


It is with pleasure that I can highly recommend to you Ms. Susanna Gregorian, violinist. In 1996 we worked together on a chamber music project (European Chamber Music Association). Both rehearsals and the following concerts were excellent; Ms. Gregorian is a most sensitive and talented musician - open to other ideas get remaining her own quite convincing person. In other words, a soloist with chamber music capacities!

Kim Kashkashian


I recommend to you most warmly the very gifted violinist, Susanna Gregorian. She is an outstanding musician who played for me when I recently conducted the Chamber Orchestra in Oldenburg. Ms. Gregorian is a fine and supportive colleague with greta qualities as instrumentalist. She is a charming human being with a warm and positive character.

Dmitry Sitkovetsky


We congratulate you on the release of your CD. Due to your talent and artistic mastery you now belong to the sons and daugthers of Armenia who praise their country. We wish you much success and further high achievements in your artistic career.

Archibishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate

Susanna fiddles at her bow
With sparkling smile and smouldering glance
And tempo fast or tempo slow,
The very sunbeams learn to dance.

Susanna strokes the trembling string -
The sweetest song I ever heard;
She teaches Nightingales to sing -
O now I wish I was a bird!

The arrows from her bowstring fire
A flame into my sear heart
So thence a glow of warm desire
Ignites a blaze in every part

David Bates
Scotland, UK