In this apartment lived World Renown Violinist Anahit Tsitsikian. This is highly desirable location in Downtown Yerevan Armenia. Its 4th floor. 1 bd 1000sq ft apartment with the best view of Mt. Ararat and Opera house from one and cascade steps from the other.
In this apartment lived World Renown Violinist Anahit Tsitsikian (see her bio below)
This is highly desirable location in downtown Yerevan Armenia. Its 4th floor large 1 bedroom apartment with the best view of Mt. Ararat and Opera house from one side, and Cascade steps/ park from the other. Surrounded by all the best downtown locations. Apartment is totaling over 1000 square ft.
Freshly Renovated apartment, on demand tank-less hot water system 24/7, fully furnished with internet . There are internet cafes in the area just in case. Apartment has all the basic necessities for comfortable stay.
We now provide 1 mobile internet stick for internet connection.
Our rates are now year around, come on up and get ready to see modern Armenia and 7000 year history.
$250/day Extra Long term price can be negotiated. Check my calendar for SPECIAL DISCOUNTED DEALS.
Can Accommodate more than 2 people for additional fee
Utilities are included in daily price, but not in monthly/ long term price.
Sorry NO SMOKING or pets on premises. Harsh security deduction will result if this rules are not followed.
Upon request we can also provide
-driving and tour guide
-laundry and ironing
-translations to English, Armenian and Russian
-entertainment (Private Taxi Service,Box Office Theater and Concert Tickets,Airline Tickets booking service etc)
The Armenia is winter skiing heaven and a summer bicyclist, rock climbing paradise offering mountain biking in the heart of Armenia's challenging and mesmerizing mountains.
We require Photo ID upon arrival.
If you see dates that are blocked out or booked, please ask, you never know.
Full payment is required for your reservation and is refundable if cancelled 7 days before scheduled arrival.
3 night minimum
A refundable $1500 security deposit is required.
$25 Charge for Non-returned keys
Check in – 3 pm
Check out – 12 noon
Check in and check out time are flexible if the apartment is vacant day before.
Please email us with any questions, even if you just want a current weather report. For availability check the AirBNB calendar.
For a further glimpse of the Armenia please take a peek at the photos.
Your host Levon
Это очень комфортная квартира в центре Еревана, Армении, расположенная на растоянии 1 мин. пешком от Оперного театра, прогулочной зоны "Каскад", где множества музеев, ресторанов, магазинов. Квартира находится на 4-м этаже, есть отдельная кухня, оборудованная газовой и электрической плитой, холодильником. Общая площадь 1000 квадратных футов. Квартира полностью меблирована, снабжена холодной и горячей водой 24/7, отопление и кондиционер, доступен интернет, имеется посуда, эллектротехника (утюг, эллектрочайник, стиральная машина, телефон, кондиционер) , 2 кровати на 4 человека (за дополнительную плату можно разместить на диване еще 1 персону).
В качестве дополнительных услуг по желанию клиентов также может быть организована доставка еды в комнату (завтрак не вылезая из постели), уборка, стирка, глажка. Может быть предоставлены водитель с машиной (Mercedes), гид, переводчик (английский, французский, русский, армянский язык), доставка билетов на концерты и выставки.
Подневная оплата $250; плюс $1500 сохраняется в качестве страховочного депозита и возвращается по истечении срока договора). Долгосрочная цена может быть предметом обсуждения. К сожалению курение или домашние животные в помещении не приветствуются.
Entire Apartment. We will also give a download card (double disc) of Anahit Tsitsikian's music as a gift so you may imagine the music that was playing in those same walls.
Interaction with guests
Interaction will be as much or as little as you like.
Other things to note
Anahit Tsitsikian was born in Leningrad (currently St. Petersburg), Russia, into a family of an engineer and a doctor. She began playing the violin at the age of six. Her teachers were musician Gregory Ginsburg and later on professor Lev Tsaitlin.
At the beginning of World War II, at the age of fifteen, Tsitsikian left Leningrad for Armenia. Her birthplace left an unforgettable mark on her development as a person and musician. Tsitsikian studied at the Yerevan State Conservatory from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) as a student of Professor Karp Dombayev, she was granted the Stalin Scholarship.
In 1954 Tsitsikian completed her graduate course at the Moscow State Conservatory (adviser - Professor Konstantin Mostras). Tsitsikian began performing professionally at elementary school age; her performances included many solo performances as well as with symphonic orchestras. Beginning in 1961, Tsitsikian was the principal soloist at the Armenian Philharmonic Hall.
Tsitsikian performed throughout the Republics of the former Soviet Union and in 27 countries around the world. As a violinist Tsitsikian produced four vinyl discs under the Melodiya label. The music of modern Armenian composers held a special place in Tsitsikian’s repertoire. Tsitsikian was often the co-author, editor and first interpreter of their original pieces.
Tsitsikian taught at the Yerevan State Conservatory starting in 1950, and she established three new courses in its curriculum: history and theory of bowed instruments, history of Armenian performing arts, and course of music teaching practice. Tsitsikian started her scholarly research while she was still a student of the Conservatory. Her research focused on bowing art, organology and musical archaeology, of which she was the founder in Armenia.
Tsitsikian spoke five languages, and lectured in English, French, and German. Tsitsikian participated in numerous international scientific conferences and she also published he articles in Armenia and abroad. During her artistic life, Tsitsikian performed in more than a thousand recitals, recorded sixty pieces of archived music, and authored more than 300 articles and scripts for many radio and television programs.
Tsitsikian was a member of many local and international organizations such as: Composer’s Union of Armenia or Union of Soviet Composers, Armenian Theater Union, Journalists Union, Women’s Committee of the USSR, AOKS (cultural liaison committee of Armenia with foreign countries), “History of World Culture” Committee in the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, The World Scientific Association of Historical Archaeology, etc.
Anahit Tsitsikian passed away on May 2, 1999. The Anahit Cultural Foundation was established in the same year to continue her work and fulfill her dreams. The mission of the foundation is to facilitate the promotion of Armenian music by supporting musicians in their professional education and work, setting up and implementing cultural programs and events, and stimulating the integration of Armenian music within international music. In 2004, a music school in Yerevan, Armenia was named after her.
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We are a friendly and respectful house and hope for the same with our guests.
NO smoking and no pets allowed
We require a Photo ID of the person who made the reservation.
We are a smoke free, environment. A $200 charge will be made to your Security Deposit if you smoke inside.
Please preserve heat in winter by keeping doors and windows closed and in turn we will do everything we can to keep our price point at great value.
The Apartment is ideally set up for two to four people occupancy, couples have loved it.
Please be respectful of the neighbors (no late night parties).
Please no candle or incense burning.
No overnight extra guests unless previously arranged.
Friends and family are welcome to come by to see the place!
***We respectfully ask our guests to treat our apartment it as their own, and leave it relatively clean and in good shape.****
I love music, being active and nature.