Arshak Kuzikyan


“Kuzikyan and Ware picked up the baton next with songs by Rachmaninov and Mussorgsky. These were exceptionally fine performances from Kuzikyan: he brought rich dark timbres to the soulful melancholy of Rachmaninov’s Sing not to me, beautiful maiden while the dark, absurdist humour of Mussorgsky’s Song of the flea was characterised brilliantly.”

Robert Beattie – Seen and Heard International

 Wigmore Hall – Samling Showcase

“Arshak Kuzikyan gave a genuinely characterful performance as Falstaff.”

David Smythe – Bachtrack

” Sir John in Love” – Royal Conservatoire of Scotland”

“Arshak Kuzikyan’s Figaro is lovable”

Kate Molleson – HeraldScotland

“Le nozze di Figaro”- Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

“Arshak Kuzikyan revealed a passionate, dark-hued bass voice as the Old Gypsy, his lines shaped intelligently throughout: This was a compelling performance indeed, having one wish that there was more to hear from him.”

Boulezian Blogspot

“Aleko” – St John’s Smith Square

“Arshak Kuzikyan in the title role displayed a delightfully full-voiced bass sound and plenty of character.”

 Opera Scotland

 “Sir John in love” – Royal Conservatoire of Scotland