Haig Vartan has forged his writing for nearly thirty years. He considers his music as a philosophy that carries his messages.

In 1995 he was awarded the UNESCO Prize in Paris, for his opera Prométhée XII that was created at Teatro Goldoni in Venice. Many works have followed, such as his Requiem,  a ninety-minute monumental fresco that was created in 2001 and honored by the critics. In 2006, he composed I. Symphonia Tenebrae, inspired by a poem by P. Celan. Followed EpitaphE for orchestra in 2010, Mister Money, opera buffa, in 2011, II. Symphonia Concertante for violin, cello and orchestra in 2013. His most recent work to date is III. Symphonia Requiescat 1915 for soprano, baritone and orchestra, inspired by a poem by Oscar Wilde and completed in 2014.

List of most recent works:

  • IV. Symphonia Shakespearean , soprano, baryton et orchestre, 2015
  • III. Symphonia Requiescat 1915, soprano, baryton et orchestre, 2013-2014

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  • II. Symphonia Concertante, violon, violoncelle et orchestre, 2012-2013

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