Artsakh Singer Wins Grand Prize in International Contest
STEPANAKERT (Combined Sources) — Baritone Sar Sargsyan, from Hadrut, Artsakh won the grand prize in an international contest that was held in Spain titled “Gran Fiesta”. The international contest had been organized by “Fiestalonia Milenio”, an international organization that has become a European leader in the organization of worldwide festivals.
Sargsyan noted that he felt especially proud because he became victorious against a big delegation from Azerbaijan that also participated in the contest.
He then added that he had previously won two prizes while participating in “Folk vocal” and “Pop Vocal” with over 100 representatives of different countries.
According to Sargsyan, though the representatives of Azerbaijan were in a tense and nervous during his victory, no unpleasant incidents occurred.
Sargsyan also won two grand prizes in international contests in Bulgaria and Croatia last year, four gold medals in two nominations in Italy and Croatia and in the nomination for “Best Classic Singer” in Lithuania.
Sargsyan was born in Hadrut, Artsakh in 1981. He participated in a number of concerts and gave solo concerts in Artsakh, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Bulgaria, USA, the Arab Emirates, and China.
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