Haygashod Agasyan

composer, performer

28.01.1953 г.Varna - Bulgaria

Haygashod Agasyan graduated with viola from the master class in chamber music at the BDK (now the State Music Academy “Prof. P. Vladigerov”) in 1978. He attended courses in France and Hungary (1977-80).

Since 1979 he has worked at the National Youth Theatre, since 1991 – at the Vazrazhdane Theatre. He plays in various symphony and chamber orchestras. He has given solo concerts and recitals of his songs together with the poets Nedyalko Yordanov and Stefan Tsanev in many cities of Bulgaria, in Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Moscow (Russia), etc.

Haygashod Agasyan is the author of theatre and film music, entertaining songs for adults and children, many of which have gained wide popularity. As a composer, he has won awards from prestigious national forums, including the Golden Orpheus, the Sweet-footed Lark, Burgas and the Sea, the Youth Fun Song Contest, the BNT Children’s Song Contest, the Spring Radio Contest, etc.


Fun songs:
“Don’t Grow Old Love (1983),;
“Spring” (1985);
“The Dream of the Child (1986);
“From Very, Very Far Away (1989);
“Dedication” (Grand Prix of the Golden Orpheus, 1993);
“Where Are You?” (First Prize at the Golden Orpheus, 1994);
“God Save Bulgaria (1995);
“Prayer” (1996);
“Teen Song” (1997);
“I Don’t Believe” (1998), etc.

Children’s songs:
“The World is Beautiful (1989);
“Carnival (1991);
“Christmas Eve” (1991);
“A Difficult Age (1992);
“Note Ladder” (1993);
“Hey buddy, hello” (1995);
“Kalpazan Paradise” (1995);
“The Moth (1996);
“The World is Beautiful (1997);
“A Lesson in Falling (1998);
“Shturotia orisia” (1999);
“The Magic Pill (1999), etc.

Music to the tales:
“Winnie the Pooh”, “Puss in Boots”, “Happy Birthday”, “Winter’s Tale”, etc.