Sir Vartan Melkonian is a British Armenian conductor and composer known for his advocacy for street children. Melkonian is a self-taught musician and has no formal education or college degree. He received an honorary doctorate degree from Mashdots College.
Sir Vartan Melkonian’s Career
Vartan was made an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters on 21 October 2016 in Los Angeles. He was made a Baron of Cilicia on 19th November 2015 and Sir in 1995.
Unknown Facts About Sir Vartan Melkonian
- Vartan Melkonian was brought up in the early ‘50s as an orphan in the Birds’ Nest Orphanage in Lebanon until the age of eight. He then lived rough in the slums of Beirut, scouring the streets of the city.
- Melkonian is a United Nations ambassador for Street Children. As an ambassador, he visits developing countries who seek advice on street children.
- Melkonian’s novel, The Young Nomad and the City, is a semi-autobiographical account of a young man in Beirut, up until his 16th birthday.
Relationship status of Sir Vartan Melkonian
Sir Vartan Melkonian Biography
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|Hobbies||Listening Music, Travelling|
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