Edgar Tumajyan is a native of Yerevan, Armenia and joined the Binghamton Philharmonic as a violinist in 2015. He began his violin study at age 8, at the Tchaikovsky Specialized Music School.
His Bachelor’s Degree is from the Yerevan State Conservatory; his Master’s Degree from Syracuse University, where he worked with Symphoria Concertmaster Peter Rovit. He attended the Aspen Festival as a festival fellowship awardee. His past symphonic experience has been with the orchestras of Cheyenne, Fort Collins, Tuscaloosa, and Mobile. Mr. Tumajyan has served as Associate Concertmaster of the Armenian National Theater of Opera and Ballet for three years. His solo and chamber music touring ensemble travels have taken him to Russia, Greece, Lebanon, Jordan, and to Bolivia as winner of the University of Wyoming concerto Competition. He currently is a member of the Allentown Symphony and Symphoria violin sections.