Award-winning artist Eileen Khatchadourian was born into an Armenian family in Beirut in 1978. In December 2008 Khatchadourian released Midan, her debut album composed of an exquisite mix of traditional Armenian songs and alt rock whith a raw and dull sound. Midan won the award of The Best Rock Album at the Armenian Music Awards in Los Angeles in December 2009. Her second album Titernig is more melodic sound of Cello and Electronic mixed with traditional and original compositions. Her new work was the melting pot of her artistic work and travels.
The release of Titernig in April 2015 was also her personal rebirth as an artist. She performed at the In Memoriam concert in Istanbul and the World Armenian Entertainment Awards in Palm Springs. She was also honoured as the Best Female Performer of the Armenian Diaspora in May 2015 in Los Angeles and the Hrant Dink’s Agos Journal entitled her as “The Most Powerful Voice Of The Diaspora”.
Eileen Khatchadourian gave her last concert in Toronto at the Pomegranate Festival, after dedicating herself for almost a year to the joys of motherhood. She is currently working on her third album with her two musical collaborators Sandro Mussida and Francesco Fabris. She started the recordings of the album at the Greenhouse studios in Reykjavik and will perform some of her new songs at the 21st of April.